Location: Utsikten, Skogishuset, SLU
Organiser: SL Future Forests
Price: Free of charge
This lecture will be held by Gudrun Norstedt, research fellow at Várdduo-Centre för Sámi Research, Umeå University.
This lecture is a part of Forest Social, Future Forests’ lecture series for all students from SLU and Umeå University.
What does the forest mean to us, to society and to our culture? The forest is a part of society, but society is also a part of the forest. What questions do we need to ask to better understand this relationship? These are some areas that this lecture series will try to highlight.
The series aims to inspire interdisciplinary perspectives on the forest and explore the relationships between forests and society.
Researchers from arts, humanities and social sciences present their research. After the lectures, there will be opportunities for questions and discussion. Fika will be served.