The DEEPMED Seminar organizers are pleased to announce the 2022/2023 schedule. All times are CET.
September 20, 3:00 PM: Anthony Adler (Carleton College)
From the Mediterranean to the Global Ocean: Albert 1st of Monaco and the Institutionalization of Marine Research.
October 4, 12:00 PM: Jeffrey Brodsky (Independent journalist)
The Nord Stream Pipeline Sabotage: Investigating the Century’s Biggest Geopolitical Mystery.
October 18, 12:00 PM: Irmak Ertör (University of Boğaziçi)
Blue Justice and coastal communities’ struggles: An analysis based on Environmental Justice Atlas.
November 15, 12:00 PM: Ellen Kreftig (University of Oslo)
Ordering and visualizing the ocean in early modern France.
December 13, 12:00 PM: Effie Dorovitsa (USevilla/DEEPMED)
Feeding the people/nurturing a ‘Great Idea’; the pivotal years of Greek oceanography, 1900-1924.
January 17, 12:00 PM: Peder Robers (KTH, Sweden)
Floating Ice Islands and Cold War Oceanography: Infrastructure in Search of a Purpose.
February 21, 12:00 PM: Marta Conde (UABarcelona)
Mining questions of ‘what’ and ‘who’: the seabed for future policy and governance
March 13, 3:00 PM: Katherine Anderson (York University, Canada)
The Modern Ocean: oceans and history between the world wars.
April 24, 12:00 PM: Sam Robinson (University of Southhampton)
“Paper Empire”: Hydrography and the Composition of British South Atlantic Oceanic Imperialism, 1923-1939.
May 15, 12:00 PM: Jip van Besouw (USevilla/DEEPMED)
From the River to the Sea: aims and practices of depth measurement.
June 12, 12:00 PM: Helen Rozwadowski (University of Connecticut)
“Great Sea-Gash”, or Why Did A 19th-century Hydrographer Quote Shakespeare?: Continuities Between Early Modern and Modern Ocean Mapping.
This seminar is organized by ERC-CoG DEEPMED- 101002330. Discovering the Deep Mediterranean Environment: A History of Science and Strategy (1860-2020). Universidad de Sevilla. For more information, please visit the organizers’ website. All talks will also be uploaded to the DEEPMED YouTube channel.