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Message posted on 14/01/2022

[CfA EASST2022] 012: Doing Airborne Exposure

                ***apologies for crossposting***  
       Dear 
        all, 
       We are pleased to invite you to submit papers to our EASST 
        2022 panel titled “DOING 
          AIRBORNE EXPOSURE: STORIES, 
          DEVICES, KNOWLEDGES AND PRACTICES.  
      The deadline is 1 Feb. 2022, the conference takes place in 
      Madrid 6-9 July 2022. 
      You can submit your abstract proposal via:  
        https://easst2022.org/openpanel.asp 
       We look forward to your submissions! 
        Best, Brett, Ignacio and Nona  
      Panel 
organizers: Brett 
          Mommersteeg, Humboldt University; 
          Nona Schulte-Römer, Humboldt University; Ignacio Farías, 
          Humboldt University 
      In this panel, we invite 
        colleagues exploring current problematizations of airborne 
        exposure as hazardous for human and nonhuman bodies. Most 
        research on ‘bodily exposure’ focuses on how class, gender, race 
        and space determine levels of exposure among human populations. 
        Not losing sight of such structural lines of environmental 
        burden, we are interested in collectively understanding how 
        ‘exposure’ is made or, better, enacted through situated 
        practices of knowing, sensing and articulating bodily impacts. 
      Please, continue to read the full abstract here:  
          https://easst2022.org/IMAGENES/panelsResultados/012.pdf  
        Key words: bodily exposure, sensing techniques, 
        environmental risk  
        
       
      --  
Dr. Nona Schulte-Römer 
Phone +49 331 288-1135 
Section 1.4 Remote Sensing and Geoinformatics 
Helmholtz-Centre Potsdam - GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences 
Public Law Foundation of Brandenburg 
Telegrafenberg, 14473 Potsdam 
       
            
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