TALKS AND CONFERENCES
November 14, 2017
February 11, 2017
September 12, 2016 @ 10.00 hrs.
School of Architecture and Design; Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts; bygn. 68, rum C.426
April 21, 4:30 pm, History Bldg rm 307,
Program in History and Philosophy of Science,
University of Kassel,
National Tsing Hua University,
Hsinchu City, Taiwan
May 27, 3.20-4:35 pm
Keynote for MA Student Conference
Bldg. 1455, rm. 127
(When Maps Become the World
Stanford University, California, USA
"One of the greatest potentials the ocean has for mankind has little to do with oil or diamonds, pharmaceuticals, or even food. It is the opportunity to contemplate, enjoy, and explore this new realm."
Jacques Cousteau - The Ocean World
Rasmus Grønfeldt Winther is a philosopher of science, researcher, writer, educator, diver, seeker, and explorer. He has a PhD in philosophy of science, and several masters' degrees, including in philosophy and evolutionary biology. He has taught university in Denmark, USA, and Mexico.
As a successful Routledge series editor, and Cambridge University Press and University of Chicago Press author, he is happy to coach you with your new book. You can do it!
As a resourceful, even encyclopedic, connoisseur and scholar of a broad variety of sciences, he is happy to discuss with you your burning projects on evolution, genetics, cosmology, thermodynamics, geology, psychology, geography, cartography, and mathematics.
As a knowledgeable and insightful critic of contemporary capitalism, with an eye towards social equality and environmentalism, he is happy to brainstorm with you your plans for environmental projects and for green urban design.
As an engaging and inspiring public speaker, he is happy to hold public and pedagogical lectures for you: in English; på dansk; en español.
Or... if you need an article, review, etc. about any of the above topics, let him know!
Author's Note from WHEN MAPS BECOME THE WORLD (University of Chicago Press, 2019)