Author: Adam Bobbette

CFP: Cultures of Plate Tectonics

CFP Cultures of Plate Tectonics A special issue Eds. Adam Bobbette, Zeynep Oğuz The adoption of plate tectonics in the 1960s as scientific orthodoxy was one of the most profound scientific revolutions of the 20th century. It transformed the status quo understanding of the earth system, its history, and evolution. By combining existing explanations...

CFP: Restoring Forests in Times of Contagion

Call for papers Restoring Forests in Times of Contagion We are seeking papers on the history and policy of tree planting to restore Australian and New Zealand forests and landscapes. They will be published on-line concurrently as a collection in October 2020 to mark John Evelyn’s birth...

Kerb Journal 28 Call for Abstracts

Kerb Journal of Landscape Architecture is now open for submission of abstracts until 22nd of April. This year our theme is: Decentre: Designing for coexistence in a time of crisis. This global ecological and climatic crisis has been created by humans. In this crisis we encounter our ecological entanglement and...

Plumwood Mountain Issue on Plant Poetics

The March 2020 issue of Plumwood Mountain journal is now live. John Charles Ryan has edited an issue on ‘plant poetics’ with poems from Australian and international poets, essays and book reviews: https://plumwoodmountain.com/plumwood-mountain-volume-7-number-1/ --...

CFP: Performing Plants

CFP "Performing Plants" Editors Prudence Gibson and Catriona Sandilands This issue of Performance Philosophy is dedicated to redefining the way plant qualities are understood and valued. It celebrates and interrogates the agency, in/inter-dependence and performing subjectivities of plants. We ask: what if plants have a unique set...

EoI: Oratunga Winter School #3

ORATUNGA WINTER SCHOOL #3 Creating Out of Place 19-25 July 2020 Historic Oratunga Sheep Station Adnyamathanha Country Over five days, a team of distinguished scholars and creative practitioners will guide you through the art of creative place-making in storied Country. Practice and reflection on practice will be encouraged through a programme...

HATCH: Taronga Zoo Accelerator Program

Welcome to HATCH: Taronga Accelerator Program. HATCH aims to inspire, support and launch innovative ideas and actions to help address some of the most pressing environmental and conservation challenges currently facing our planet. We are calling on innovators, thought leaders, disruptors, developers, passionate individuals and everyone in...

NCHU Summer School for the Environmental Humanities in Asia, June 29-July 3, 2020

Call for Applications: Imagining Nature in the Anthropocene 1st NCHU Summer School for the Environmental Humanities in Asia Date: June 29th – July 3rd 2020 Venue: National Chung-Hsing University, Taichung, Taiwan Description Human activities have propelled the Earth into a new geological epoch. This insight is encapsulated in the Anthropocene concept,...