Schedule

The newbies to anthropology/architecture were selected for "Nutshell" sessions. "Future Cities" talks are covered. Call for Presenters generated a number of excellent contributors to "Perspectives". "Workshops" are up for registration. "AAN Meeting" programme to be announced. Guided Tours to be announced. Looking forward to the co-creation show in Oslo.

DAY 1   presents Nutshells, Speakers, Meet-up, Future Studies and Panel Discussion.

City Hotspot opens during registration, lunchtime and break.

DAY 2  opens with Perspectives.

Hands-on Workshops after lunch.

WWNA 2019 will be concluded with the Plenary Session.

DAY 3 offers site-specific activities in Oslo.

EASA Applied Anthropology Network holds an Open Meeting.

Schedule

Day 1
25 Oct 2019
Day 2
26 Oct 2019
Day 3
27 Oct 2019

Registration, City Hotspot and Nutshell sessions

WWNA Registration On arrival at the Registration Desk, you will be given “Sustaining Cities” package and booklet. Only participants with Eventbrite ticket and completed registration will be permitted to the...
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Melina Hozhabri
Martin Demant Frederiksen

Welcome to Day 1

Together with our dear guests, Kamzy Gunaratnam and Kasper Landmark, we will welcome you to the Norwegian capital, the proud holder of this year’s title “Green Capital” of Europe. Kamzy...
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Kamzy Gunaratnam
Martin Demant Frederiksen
Pardis Shafafi
Pavel Borecký

Marianne Sætre

Towards Innovative Architecture – Collaborating with Anthropologists and Other Disciplines At Snøhetta we are open and inclusive in sharing our knowledge – and we are eager to learn. We want...
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Marianne Sætre

Morten Nielsen

Urban Orders: When the City Models Itself How might people’s everyday urban practices be converted into viable resources for designing sustainable cities? What would it take for urban planning to...
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Morten Nielsen

Lunch Break, City Hotspot and Meet-up

City Hotspot Partners and Sponsors will set up their stalls in the main hall of Youngs. Do not miss the chance to meet your prospective (future) colleagues and to see...
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Melina Hozhabri
Hélène Veiga Gomes

Gareth Doherty

Why Landscape Architects need Anthropologists? I will explore the common ethnographic ground between anthropology and landscape architecture and, through the example of ethnographic projects in Bahrain and The Bahamas, speculate...
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Gareth Doherty

Gemma John

Ways of Knowing (in) Cities: Sustainability, Wellbeing and Community How is ‘sustainability’ imagined and understood by real estate businesses seeking to provide young people with affordable housing? What version of ‘wellbeing’...
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Gemma John

Coffee break, City Hotspot and Future Cities

City Hotspot Partners and Sponsors will set up their stalls in the main hall of Youngs. Do not miss the chance to meet your prospective (future) colleagues and to see...
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Melina Hozhabri
Laura Korčulanin

Sustaining Cities – Panel Discussion

WWNA Speakers will clash over the topic of Sustaining Cities. Marianne Sætre, Morten Nielsen, Gareth Doherty and Gemma John will bring their perspectives into the Panel discussion moderated by Trude...
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Marianne Sætre
Morten Nielsen
Gareth Doherty
Gemma John

Closing Day 1

What are your most important takeaways?  Are you ready for more? WWNA moderators will call it a day, share some key info and guide you towards the social event. Moderators:...
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Pardis Shafafi
Pavel Borecký

Social event at Kulturhuset

We’ll toast away the end of day one at the iconic Kulturhuset just around the corner from Youngs! Since its inception in June 2013, Kulturhuset has established itself as Oslo’s...
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Welcome to Day 2

The ball moves to the participant’s corner on Day 2. Moderators will open the day with the programme overview, quick updates and a handful of warm-up jokes. Moderators: Pardis Shafafi and Pavel...
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Pardis Shafafi
Pavel Borecký

Perspectives

The Perspectives Session offers the possibility to present specific case studies related to work with and in sustainable cities. Presentations are (strictly) limited to 7 minutes but may take any...
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Martin Demant Frederiksen
Pavel Borecký

Lunch break

The best news ever: There is no need to run away. There will be several lunch options for sale on-site!

Workshops

Our curatorial team crafted the mix of established industry professionals and cutting-edge scholars, many of them members of Applied Anthropology Network, who are going to deliver hands-on Workshops on Day...
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Catharina Sletner

W14: DESIGN TO MOBILIZE

Full name: Design to Mobilize – A Multidisciplinary Hackathon to make Oslo’s Cultural Scene more Social & Inclusive Time: 13:30 – 16:30 Location: TBA The workshop is facilitated by: Pouria...
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Alexander Frogner
Pouria Ruhi

W13: THE GAUSTAD CREEK VALLEY WALK

Time: 13:30 – 15:00 Location: Outside – Meet-up outside the entrance of Georg Sverdrups Hus       The workshop is facilitated by: Unni Eriksen, Oslo Elveforum   Aim of the workshop...
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Unni Eriksen

W1: CO-DESIGN A SUSTAINABLE CITY

Time: 13:30 – 16:30 Location: Grupperom 4 The workshop is facilitated by: Annie Liu, UX Researcher and an Anthropologist from Taiwan. Aim of the workshop The workshop aims to leverage international...
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Annie Liu

W2: PRACTICAL CITIZEN INVOLVEMENT – HOW WE WORK WITH SOCIAL REGENERATION

Time: 13:30 – 16:30 Location: Grupperom 1 The workshop is facilitated by: Byantropologene Aim of the workshop The aim of this workshop is to show how anthropology is both relevant and...
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W3: A DIRTY WORKSHOP

Time: 13:30 – 16:30 Location: Undervisningsrom 1 The workshop is facilitated by: Dan Podjed, an Applied Anthropologist from Slovenia and Executive Advisor of Applied Anthropology Network Aim of the workshop To...
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Dan Podjed

W4: THE ESSENTIAL ROLE OF FOOD IN SUSTAINING CITIES

Time: 13:30 – 16:30 Location: Undervisningsrom 2 The workshop is facilitated by: Ferne Edwards, Research Fellow and WP1 Leader, EdiCitNet Roos Gerritsen, Independent Researcher Aim of the workshop Food practices are...
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Roos Gerritsen
Ferne Edwards

W5: THE PEOPLE PROJECT

Time: 13:30 – 16:30 Location: Undervisningsrom 3 Instructors Marrije Prins, Research Associate Faculty of Social Sciences, Social and Cultural Anthropology VU Amsterdam (NL) Sara Arko, Researcher, Metronik (SI) Aim of the...
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Sara Arko
Marrije Prins

W6: GAMING FUTURES

Time: 13:30 – 16:30 Location: Grupperom 2 Instructor  Christopher Pearsell-Ross, Designit Aim of the workshop To build our capacity to engage critically with the future in order to inform our values and...
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Christopher Pearsell-Ross

W7: DESIGNING POLICIES FOR SUSTAINABLE TERRITORIES

Time: 13:30 – 16:30 Location: Grupperom 7 The workshop is facilitated by Miguel Coutinho, with company Thomas Walker, with company Aim of the workshop Participants will be invited to look to situations that will...
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Thomas Walker
Miguel Coutinho

W9: CO-DESIGN OF FUTURE CITY MOBILITY SOLUTIONS FROM A MULTISTAKEHOLDER PERSPECTIVE

Time: 13:30 – 16:30 Location: Store møterom The workshop is facilitated by: Vaike Fors, Halmstad University Katalin Osz, Volvo Cars Kaspar Raats, Halmstad University Thomas Lindgren, Halmstad University Robert Broström, Volvo Cars...
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Thomas Lindgren
Kasper Raats
Katalin Osz
Vaike Fors
Robert Broström

W10: JOURNEY MAPPING 101 – HOW TO GET THE STAKEHOLDERS ON BOARD WITH YOUR RESEARCH PLAN

Time: 13:30 – 16:30 Location: TBA Instructor Elli Ponomareva,  UXPressia   Aim of the workshop The aim of this workshop is to introduce participants to the journey mapping methodology. Applied researchers often...
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Elli Ponomareva

W11: PROTOTYPING FOR CITIES – EXPERIMENTATION PRACTICES IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR

Time: 13:30 – 16:30 Location:  The workshop is facilitated by: Diana Pamela Villa Alvarez e Maren, Politecnico di Milano Aim of the workshop Policy experimentations are playing an increasing role in understanding “what...
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Diana Pamela Villa Alvarez

W8: ANTHROPOLOGY AND CREATIVE ENTERPRISE

Time: 13:30 – 16:30 Location: Grupperom 3 Instructors Louise Pasteur de Faria, Halo Ethnographic Bureau  Livia Stroschoen, Halo Ethnographic Bureau  The goal of the workshop is to reflect creatively on our...
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Livia Stroschoen
Louise Pasteur de Faria

W12: THE CITY IN ME

Time: 13:30 – 16:30 Location: ROM 3514 (3rd floor) The workshop is facilitated by: Daniela Basílio,  Beta-i Aim of the workshop The city plays a massive role in our daily lives today...
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Daniela Basílio

Break

One quick cigarette (or two)… Get ready for the grande finale!

Closing Session of WWNA 2019

16:45-17:00 Miia Halme-Tuomisaari: EASA and the Future of European Anthropology The future of European anthropology is facing significant challenges similarly to independent scholarship more generally both in Europe and the...
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Miia Halme-Tuomisaari
Verónica Reyero
Melina Hozhabri
Niloufar Gharavi
Karen Langvik
Thomas H. Eriksen
Samira Marty
Ståle Wig
Martin Demant Frederiksen
Catharina Sletner
Pardis Shafafi
Hélène Veiga Gomes
Laura Korčulanin
Pavel Borecký

Drinks reception at UiO

Join us for light drinks and nibbles. With support from the Norwegian Anthropological Association (NAF), we will toast the end of another WWNA event at UiO’s Georg Sverdups Hus.

Social Event at Storgata 26

Day 2 will end at ‘that place with the light-up dancefloor’, none other than Storgata 26, for a good old fashioned WWNA dance-off, and this year in one of Oslo’s...
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EASA Applied Anthropology Network meeting

The active and present members of EASA Applied Anthropology Network will hold an Interim Meeting. The meeting is open to all interested parties and event participants. Join us and plan...
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Verónica Reyero
Karen Langvik
Pardis Shafafi
Hélène Veiga Gomes
Laura Korčulanin
Pavel Borecký

Guided Tours in Oslo

Urban Street Art Tour by Oslo Street Art tour and James Finucane Learn all about the artists and the stories behind unique Oslo (street)artworks on a journey from the eastern...
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Niloufar Gharavi