New online seminar series from ESEH. Register now!
In his public lecture "Unsoiled: The Promise of Future Foods" organized by the Political Ecologies Seminar (UvA), Rhys Williams explores the narratives and aesthetics mobilised by radical developments in food production technologies, and asks what new formal relations between human and non-human nature they might bring into being. The accompanying Graduate Masterclass studies solarity and agriculture.
We are thrilled to welcome professor Jane Bennett into our Entanglements lecture series! In her lecture, she will explore the radical entanglement of human and nonhuman activities, and ask what lexicon is able to acknowledge a trans-specied kind of agency.
An overview of upcoming lectures in our online "Entanglements" series, with an archive of past lectures.
The American Society for Environmental History invites you to join the "environmental" part of its annual PhD workshop on economic, social and environmental history on 20 April. Sign up now!
On the tenth anniversary of the Fukushima disaster, Sternberg Press has published a volume on Don't Follow the Wind (eds. Nikolaus Hirsch and Jason Waite), the acclaimed collaborative project situated in Fukushima's radioactive exclusion zone. The book explores the long-term environmental crisis in the coastal Japanese region through this ongoing, inaccessible exhibition, which maintains traces of... Continue Reading →
Avans Hogeschool (Den Bosch) is looking for a Theory Tutor in their MA Ecology Futures (0,2 fte; starting 1 May 2021).
The third edition of our online book club accompanying our Entanglements lecture series is on 8 April. All welcome!
The Benelux Association for the Study of Art, Culture, and the Environment is proud to introduce a monthly online discussion series called Snippets. Join them in close-reading snippets of text from influential works in ecocriticism and green media studies on the first Friday of each month.
The TERRANOVA and HERILAND Symposium on Future Landscapes, 24 February: complete programme now available!
Our PhD student Dániel Moerman has written a new blog post for the Coping With Drought project website. Read (in Dutch) now!
Georg Stöger analyzes change and persistence in the town Linz in a long-term perspective. He is explicitly interested in the collective and individual practices in everyday life that shaped (and were shaped by) the urban environment.
The programme of events for the new online seminar series at the University of Groningen, 'Why History and politics matter in times of environmental crisis', is now available!
The Research Centre Art & Society currently has a vacancy for a Postdoctoral Researcher Art & Sustainability.