Jami Weinstein, Ph.D.
Weinstein arrived at Linköping University, Tema Genus, in September 2010 as a LiU forskarassistent to direct her project entitled: The Zoontology Research Team. Now an Associate Professor and director of the newly named Critical Life Studies Research Group, Weinstein pursues research in areas such as: contemporary continental philosophy; feminist, gender, and queer theory; critical life studies; animal studies; posthuman studies; and science and technology studies. From January 2015, she has been working on her Vetenskapsrådet (Swedish Research Council) funded project, "Vital Signs: Life, Theory, and Ethics in the Age of Global Crisis." She is the series editor of the Critical Life Studies book series on Columbia University Press (with Claire Colebrook and Myra Hird).
CRITICAL LIFE STUDIES RESEARCH GROUP (CLSRG) - Formerly THE ZOONTOLOGY RESEARCH TEAM
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LIFE MATTERS: AFFECT, SEX, AND CONTROL - INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
May 26-28, 2014
Keynotes: Claire Colebrook, Myra Hird, Alastair Hunt, Gregg Lambert, Jasbir Puar, Cary Wolfe
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Name: Jami Weinstein
Title: Associate Professor/Docent;
Director, The Critical Life Studies Research Group
Department: Tema Genus
Ph: +46 13 28 6643
Fax: +46 13 13 3630
Tema Huset – 581 83 Linköping
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