Zeenath Hasan is a design educator. An erstwhile social entrepreneur and corporate ethnographer, in her current role as Senior Lecturer at the Design Department in Linnaeus University, she serves as deputy head of department in the department leadership group and coordinates the Design+Change master programme.
Zeenath also leads the development of Food + Change, a platform engaging food as pedagogy in a cross-sectoral interchange with society and economy. The projects listed below are social experiments and initiatives conceived and conducted by students at the Design Department.
Concept and production: Una Hallgrimsdottir, Nada Okruhlicova, Laura Fähndrich
Featured at the Multispecies Storytelling in Intermedial Practices symposium
Deployed as a tool for a conference wrap up and for the team Drivhuset Växjö.
Concept: Nada Okruhlicova, 2019
The dinner performance was featured at the Multispecies Storytelling for Intermedial Practice symposium, January 2019, Växjö
Performers: Hubert Gaca, Lacey Dams, Nada Okruhlicova, Norman Lammers, Stephanie Föhr
Co-initiators: Karen Cort Nielsen, Laura Fähndrich, Una Hallgrimsdottir, Leah Ireland
In collaboration with Växjö Kommun
Since growing season 2018 onwards.
Located at Brände Udde, 10 min walk from the LNU Växjö campus.
Co-initiators: Nada Okruhlicova, Sofia Ratzinger, Lisa Shields
2017-2019 Community page
Chapter in book (Other academic)
- Hasan, Z. (2019). Recipe for eating memories within Earth's limits. Oikology – Home Ecologics : A book about building and home making for permaculture and for making our home together on Earth. Växjö, Linnaeus University Press. 138-138.
- Hasan, Z. (2016). Countering Malnutrition : Participatory Intervention as an Act of Revelation. Methodological Reflections on Researching Communication and Social Change. Palgrave Macmillan. 123-137.
Article in journal (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
Chapter in book (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
- Hasan, Z. (2007). Creating a Media Platform for Sonic Socio-Cultural Exchange. LARM : from mouth cavity to laptop : the sound of nordic art : [ LARM : från munhåla till laptop : ljud i nordisk konst ]. Kabusa.