Kathryn Yusoff Lecture: Inhuman Memory

Research Institute CLUE+, the Environmental Humanities Center and the Graduate School of Humanities, in cooperation with the Research Center for Material Culture present Lecture by Kathryn Yusoff (Professor of Inhuman Geography) Inhuman Memory If the earth remembers more than it forgets—as a billion blackened Anthropocenes of colonial earth suggest—what is inhuman memory?  Can a gritty... Continue Reading →

Environmental Media Symposium

CLUE+ in collaboration with Waag Futurelab invites you to join an interdisciplinary symposium on sensing practices, environmental media and more-than-human infrastructures on 22 April at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.

Hybrid Workshop Learning from Aliens: New Directions in Environmental Humanities Research and Practice

The Environmental Humanities Center Amsterdam would like to share this hybrid workshop organized by the Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore (NUS). The world’s flora and fauna are often classified as native and non-native, indigenous and alien. These simple binaries mark biological life and, in doing so, define what belongs where and why. But... Continue Reading →

Save the date: 24 May Kathryn Yusoff at Environmental Humanities Center Amsterdam

On Wednesday 24 May 2023, 17:30hrs, Kathryn Yusoff, the author of A Billion Black Anthropocenes will give a public lecture at the Environmental Humanities Center Amsterdam. Yusoff’s current work focuses on Inhuman Memory. She will be joined by members of Planetary Portals, a creative research group that uses imperial archives to create critical cartographies of the colonial praxis of... Continue Reading →

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