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Tarsh Bates: Queer human microbiopolitics

Tarsh Bates: Queer human microbiopolitics

What does it mean to be human when we recognise our bodies as multispecies ecologies My research explores the intimate and fraught contact zones of biology, aesthetics, culture and care between...

23 April, 2018

Therese Asplund: If you see something that doesn´t look right. Call for the Environmental Humanities

“If you see something that doesn’t look right, call the British Transport Police. We’ll sort it”. This message was called out during my train journey through the British landscape. I’m...

29 March, 2018

Climate Fiction Book Club: Memories of Water by Emmi Itäranta

Climate change, environmental problems, justice, food security, human relations to nature, water scarcity, political differences, and power relations. These are just a few examples of concepts that...

16 March, 2018

Jennifer Hamilton & Anna Kaijser: Malexander Walkshop – No outputs, slow scholarship and lots of food

We started planning the Malexander Walkshop in earnest on a bus from Rindö to Artipelag in June 2017. The moment of conception is important to note because it represents the problem we explored on...

7 February, 2018

Emelie Fälton: A Climate Festival that Crossed Borders

Cross borders. It has almost been three months since I, together with two colleagues, could enjoy the climate festival that we had been planning for almost half a year. It was pure pleasure to...

1 February, 2018

Simon Pope: Discussion Island

Artist Simon Pope introduces his post-doctoral project at Goldsmiths, University of London – a participatory artwork that explores a lakeshore community’s social relationships to rising...

22 October, 2017