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  • BLUE is an anthropologically anchored but interdisciplinary project that utilizes ethnographic and natural science fieldwork methods to better understand the compounded threats that oceans face. The aim is to conduct thickly textured, more-than-human, and situated analyses of four interlinked ocean crises.



2021.04.16 | People

New PhD researcher with BLUE

Johanne Tarpgaard has taken up a position as PhD researcher with BLUE

2021.04.08 | People

New PhD researcher with BLUE

Fine Brendtner has taken up a position as PhD researcher with BLUE


2021.04.08 | Bogomtaler

Antropocæn - Historien om verden af i morgen

The first introduction in Danish to the Anthropocene will be published by DJØF Forlag in April 2021.

Upcoming Events

Tue 05 Oct
15:00-17:00 | zoom
BLUE Reading Seminar 7
Consuming Ocean Island: Stories of People and Phosphate from Banaba
Tue 16 Nov
09:00-17:00 | Moesgård Museum (301 & auditorium)
BLUE Openings: Approaches to More-than-Human Oceans
Join the opening conference from 16-17 November 2021. Registration is open!


Bubandt, Nils. 2021. Antropocæn. Historien af i morgen. DJØF Forlag

Bubandt, N., Astrid O. Andersen & Rachel Cypher, eds. 2021. Multispecies Methods for the Anthropocene.  Curiosity, Collaboration and Critical Observation in Multispecies Fieldwork. Minneapolis: Minnesota University Press   


Principal Investigator

Co-Principal Investigator


BLUE is generously funded by the Danish Independent Research Fund (FKK)

Independent Research Fund

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