We are extremely excited to announce our first symposium “Indigenous Knowledge in Europe”, at Radboud Campus. Is there a richer history of (ecological) knowledge in Europe? What relations to earth were conceptualised? How do other knowledges challenge and complement scientific practices? How extreme can beliefs get and becomes communication difficult?
On Wednesday afternoon, 13-17, we will dive into these topics with our three speakers and our audience and we hope to gain some new perspective on knowledge practices together ! We would love to welcome people from all kinds of backgrounds, studies and interests. Feel free to join us spontaneously (reallife or online), or to be sure of a spot, register per email to email@example.com. See you the 25th!
13.00 Welcome by Emma
13.10 Fabio Gatti
14.30 Yentl Schattevoet (online)
15.50 Chris Ranalli
17.00 End, drinks at the DIES of Radboud at Radboud campus
*every talk is followed by a moderated Q&A.
*bring own drinks/snacks for during the breaks.
*The talks will be recorded.
*Q&A. We encourage interaction between the audience in the room and the speakers, online participants can also ask questions in the chat/raise their hand. The moderator, Boris, will help steer discussions.