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BIOSINQ explores and pushes the concept of ’the biosocial’, building on developments in recent decades in the natural and social sciences and the humanities that challenge the borderlines between disciplines.

The Centre will explore what it may mean to academic research within and beyond the humanities to dissolve disciplinary boundaries between the biological and the social, based on the assumption that all biological life practices some form of sociality, however in very different ways and with different degrees of complexity.


Jens Seeberg

Professor with Special Responsibilities

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| Publication

Biosocial Worlds. Anthropology of health environments beyond determinism

Edited by Jens Seeberg, Andreas Roepstorff, and Lotte Meinert

| Publication

Feral Atlas. The More-Than-Human Anthropocene

The digital site invites you to navigate the land-, sea-, and airscapes of the Anthropocene.