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We will conclude the Atomic Art Fest portion of the program and the study year with an atomic-themed film screening of Into Eternity: A Film for the Future (2010), a documentary on the safety of nuclear storage.
The film and evening will have an introduction by RELEASE-project member and PhD candidate, Nynke van Uffelen, whose research is dedicated to energy justice from a philosophical perspective. Nynke will help us establish a final critical frame for this fun way to finish the programming year.
The night will also begin with some trivia from the students of the Leiden-Delft-Erasmus Centre for Sustainability.
Library Greenroof (free and open to the TU community, seating is first come first serve and ticket will be required. Bring your own blanket and refreshments.) **For disabilities accommodation, please contact: email@example.com.
A TUS+/ORAS & TU Delft Library collaborative event.
For more info on the Atomic Reactions program: https://www.tudelft.nl/library/over-de-library/tu-delft-library-presenteert/atomic-reactions
Nynke van Uffelen is a second-year PhD candidate at the Delft University of Technology. Being part of the RELEASE-project on energy storage, Nynke’s research is dedicated to energy justice from a philosophical perspective, combining climate ethics and political philosophy. Van Uffelen studied philosophy and political science at the KU Leuven (2018), focusing on the crossroads between political philosophy, political science and philosophy of education, followed by a teacher’s training (2019). From 2019-2020 she worked as project coordinator ethics and economy at UCSIA vzw, focussing on themes such as climate ethics and the just transition.
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