Who's Who

Chair
Dr Iris VAN DER TUIN (NL)

Vice-Chair
Dr Felicity COLMAN (UK)

COST Science Officer
Dr Rossella MAGLI

COST Admin Officer
Ms NATHALIE WARENGHIEN

MC Member(s) by Country

Austria
Dr Waltraud ERNST
Prof Sigrid SCHMITZ

Belgium
Dr Nico CARPENTIER

Czech Republic  
Dr Dagmar LORENZ-MEYER
Dr Zuzana Stefkova

Denmark  
Prof Cathrine HASSE
Associate Professor Malou JUELSKJAER

Estonia
Dr Endla LOHKIVI
Ms Katrin VELBAUM

Finland
Dr Katve-Kaisa KONTTURI
Dr Milla TIAINEN

France
Nathalie Blanc
Anne Goarzin

Germany
Prof Marie-Luise ANGERER
Dr Hanna MEISSNER

Hungary
Agnes KOVACS

Iceland
Prof Bjorn THORSTEINSSON
Prof Sigridur THORGEIRSDOTTIR

Ireland
Dr Lai MA
Dr Aislinn O’DONNELL

Israel  
Michele RAPOPORT
Mr Joshua SIMON

Lithuania  
Dr Kestutis SAPOKA

Malta
Dr Marc KOSCIEJEW

Netherlands  
Dr Iris VAN DER TUIN
Prof Maaike BLEEKER
Janice MCNAB

Norway
Prof Aud Sissel HOEL
Prof Liv HAUSKEN

Poland
Dr Dorota GOLANSKA
Dr Monika ROGOWSKA-STANGRET

Portugal
Dr Ana MOURAZ
Prof Jose CARAMELO GOMES

Serbia
Dr Jelena DJURIC
Prof Nevena DAKOVIC

Slovenia
Prof Tomaz KERESTES

Spain
Dr Beatriz REVELLES-BENAVENTE
María Del Mar ALONSO

Sweden
Associate Professor Cecilia ASBERG
Dr Jakob WENZER

Switzerland
Dr Vera BUEHLMANN
Prof Claus NOPPENEY

United Kingdom
Dr Felicity COLMAN
Mr Sam SKINNER

MC Substitute(s) by Country

Austria
Dr Doris ALLHUTTER
Dr Marlen BIDWELL-STEINER

Denmark
Prof Dorthe STAUNAS
Assoc. Prof Katja Brøgger

Finland 
Dr Marja VEHVILAINEN
Dr Visa IMMONEN
Ms Salla PELTONEN
Dr Ilona HONGISTO
Ms Xin LIU

Germany
Dr Bettina PAPENBURG
Prof Corinna BATH

Iceland 
Ms Erla KARLSDOTTIR
Ms Nanna HALLDORSDOTTIR

Israel  
Dr Katya OICHERMAN
Dr Sobhi RAYAN

Lithuania
Dr Basia NIKIFOROVA

Netherlands 
Dr Kathrin THIELE
Dr Rick DOLPHIJN

Norway 
Prof Nina Lager VESTBERG
Ms Trine Krigsvoll HAAGENSEN

Poland   
Olga CIELEMECKA

Serbia    
Dr Ljiljana ROGAC MIJATOVIC
Dr Vladimir MILISAVLJEVIC

Spain
Ms Krizia NARDINI
Dr Ana M. GONZALEZ RAMOS

Sweden
Dr Lisa FOLKMARSON KALL
Dr Josefin PERSDOTTER

Switzerland
Mr Manuel KRETZER

United Kingdom
Dr Rebecca COLEMAN
Dr Anna HICKEY-MOODY
Prof Maria TAMBOUKOU
Prof Jussi PARIKKA

MC Observer(s) by Institution

Charles Sturt University
Estelle Barrett

University of Melbourne
Dr Barbara Bolt

University of New South Wales
Dr Peta Hinton

COST Action IS1307 New Materialism: Networking European Scholarship on 'How Matter Comes to Matter'.

Here you will find background material, current activities, calls for papers, working group information, and project outputs.

With the changing of societies on local, national and international scales owing to economic, ecological, political and technological developments and crises, a reorganized academic landscape can be observed to be emerging. Scholarship strives to become increasingly interdisciplinary in order to grasp and examine the unfolding complexity of ongoing ecological, socio-cultural and politico-economic changes. Additionally, academics forge... Read more or find out Who's Who

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Activities

Information relating to activities undertaken, including conferences, training schools, short-term scientific missions, and annual meetings, are archived here.

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Working Groups

Working Groups focus on four key areas of research

Working Group One

Genealogies of New Materialisms; examines and intervenes in canonization processes by compiling a web-based bibliography, coordinating the OST 068/13 8 EN... Read more

Working Group Two

New Materialisms on the Crossroads of the Natural and Human Sciences; seeks to develop new materialisms at the boundaries of the human and natural sciences. The group focuses on how European new materialisms can rework the ‘Two Cultures' gap... Read more

Working Group Three

New Materialisms Embracing the Creative Arts; brings together European researchers, artists, museum professionals, and other activists with a keen interest in the material... Read more

Working Group Four

New Materialisms Tackling Economical and Identity – Political Crises and Organizational Experiments... Read more

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COST Action IS1307

New Materialism —
Networking European Scholarship on 'How matter comes to matter’

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