Erik Swyngedouw discusses the Anthropocene, climate change, and depoliticization in his recent talk, “ANTHROPOCENIC PROMISES. The End of Nature, Climate Change and the Process of Post-Politicization.
Image: Nikki McClure A great call for papers from Hannah Stark and Arun Saldanha, for a special issue of Deleuze Studies. Deleuze and Guattari in the Anthropocene Twenty years after his death, Deleuze’s thought continues to[…]
Image: Tokelauns protest during Pacific Warrior Day of Action (Te Mana: Litia Maiava) via ABC Australia An exciting call for papers from friends and colleagues Kathryn Yusoff, Anja Kanngieser, and Angela Last. Link from Mutable Matter.[…]
The Environmental Humanities Laboratory at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm has opened a call for papers for a great looking symposium, which will take place from December 2-4 in Stockholm. Organized around the[…]
The Canadian Mountain Studies Initiative is organizing a fascinating interdisciplinary mountain studies conference. It will take place from May 5-8, 2015, in Alberta’s Jasper National Park. All information is available here. From the organizers:[…]
View of “Les Immatériaux,” Centre Pompidou, Paris, 1985. Art Agenda has posted an excellent 1985 interview with Jean-François Lyotard, conducted by Bernard Blistène, on the subject of ‘the immaterial’ and/or ‘non-material.’ Based on the 1985 exhibition “Les[…]