Recorded Video from my Keynote at Telemark University College

My talk on May 14th 2014 about “Cultures of sustainability: Transdisciplinary research cultures”, at the international Symposium “Cultures of Sustainability in the Age of Climate Crisis”, May 13-15 2014, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Telemark University College, Bø (Norway), got recorded on video and is now available for watching online (the recorded talk lasts 61 minutes – the plenary discussion that followed the talk is not included in the edited video uploaded by Telemark University College):

http://radix.hit.no/en/cultures-of-sustainability-in-the-age-of-climate-crisis/transdisciplinary-research-cultures

The video can also be downloaded for offline watching:

http://radix.hit.no/resource/transdisciplinary-research-cultures/download/video/Transdisciplinary_research_cultures.mp4

And there is even an audio file for download:

http://radix.hit.no/resource/transdisciplinary-research-cultures/download/audio/Transdisciplinary_research_cultures.mp4.mp3

The Symposium was organized as part of COST IS 1007 “Investigating Cultural Sustainability”.

By the way: Just one short comment about the video-recorded lecture: One colleague in the audience pointed me (in the following day) at one possible misunderstanding that my talk might generate. When I say the “ETH” approach in this talk, please understand it as a shorthand for “an approach and research culture stemming from researchers at the ETH” but not as implying that I am talking about everything going on and everyone at the ETH. Unlike the CIRET, the ETH is a very big organization and there are, at the ETH, also other approaches (and nuances) than the one I am focusing on in this talk. As I said in my talk, I am focusing here on two approaches that have international significance, but am not at all claiming that these are the only two approaches to Transdisciplinarity…

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