BIOSINQ is a forum for people and projects that explore and push the concept of ’the biosocial’ while 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.
BIOSINQ does not ‘have’ projects. Rather, projects form BIOSINQ. It is not a closed group but open to interested people and projects across the globe. Feel free to become part of the mailing list to receive updates, or contact the Centre if you wish to link your biosocial project to BIOSINQ.
Jens Seeberg, Centre Director and Professor, School of Culture and Society - Department of Anthropology
Eimear Theresa Mc Loughlin, Postdoc and seminar organizer, Department of Animal Science - ANIS Welfare
Mia Korsbæk, Administrative Coordinator, School of Culture and Society - Department of Anthropology