Urban Communities Reclaiming Nature

Join us for our second seminar – this time on the topic of Greener Cities!

2017.05.04 | Mia Korsbæk

Date Thu 11 May
Time 15:00 18:00
Location Moesgaard Museum, Room 4240-301 (Moesgård Allé 15, 8270 Højbjerg)

Our speakers will frame the idea of "Urban Communities Reclaiming Nature" from different perspectives, drawing together both academic and practical concerns!


This event is free and open to whoever would like to hear more about the various ways urban communities can and do initiate institutional and grassroots processes for greener and more sustainable life within urban environments, as well as about the symbolic use of nature that goes hand in hand with those practices.


Like all of the events of the Centre for Environmental Humanities, this seminar is also intended to be a networking opportunity, giving all students and academics with an interest in the interrelation of humans and the environment a space to meet up and discuss! A cosy atmosphere with refreshments and snacks will be provided as usual ;)




Thursday, May 11th from 15:00 to 18:00 

Moesgaard Museum, Room 4240-301 (Moesgård Allé 15, 8270 Højbjerg) NOTE: This is a seminar room in the museum itself.




Stefan Darlan Boris: Associate Professor at Aarhus School of Architecture, cand. arch., PhD. 


Stefan will talk about the project of establishing a landscape laboratory on a former waste deposit in the Aarhus River Valley. Through his lecture, we will be introduced to interdisciplinary processes of studying urban nature and diversity.


Nicolai Juhler: Freelance Project Coordinator at Center for Urbankunst


Nicolai will present an overview of the symbolic use of nature as a substitute within contemporary societies.