On 30 November, Framed Framed will host a hybrid symposium, co-organised by Colin Sterling (University of Amsterdam School for Heritage, Memory and Material Culture) and Blake Ewing (University of Oxford). The event aims to ‘take stock’ of Anthropocene related projects in the museum sector over the past decade and begin to sketch out the contribution museums might make to a post-Anthropocene world.
Workshop 1: 3-4 December, 20221 ; Workshop 2: 31 March -1 April, 2022 ; Workshop 3: 1-2 July, 2022 Andrew Patrizio (University of Edinburgh) and Olga Smith (University of Vienna), are looking for participants to join a series of workshops in the environmental humanities with a focus on methods and practices in ecocritical art history. Their main... Continue Reading →
What does it mean to be responsible in the context of the crises confronting the world today? In this CLUE+ lecture, Ryosuke Ohashi reflects on responsibility as a problem of philosophical as well as linguistic dimensions.