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Wild Emotions: Affect and the Natural World

Date: 14‒15 December 2017 Venue: Woodward Conference Centre, 10th Floor, Law Building, The University of Melbourne, 185 Pelham St, Carlton, VIC Enquiries: Grace Moore (gmoo@unimelb.edu.au) Convened by: Stephanie Trigg and Grace Moore Whether it is red in tooth and claw or a goddess to be worshipped, nature is always...

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The Australian Earth Laws Alliance (AELA) is calling out to all Australians working in the creative industries, to help promote the rights of the natural world. On 22 October 2016, AELA will host Australia’s first Rights of Nature Tribunal. This non-government, citizen’s tribunal will hear cases presented by individuals and...

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Libby Robin on Anthropocene Cabinets of Curiosity at ANU

Anthropocene Cabinets of Curiosity: Objects of Strange Change Libby Robin (Fenner School of Environment and Society, ANU and National Museum of Australia) Humanities Research Centre Seminar: HRC Conference Room, Top Floor, A.D Hope Building #14, ANU Tuesday 29 September 2015 4-5.30 pm In today’s museums and artworks, in digital...

EH@UNSW: Sarah Franklin and Sara Ahmed visit

Sarah Franklin (Professor of Social Studies of Biomedicine and Associate Director of the BIOS Centre at the London School of Economics) and Sara Ahmed (Professor of Race and Cultural Studies and Director of the Centre for Feminist Research at Goldsmiths College, University of London) will...

Visualising Environmental Humanities And History: A Postgraduate Workshop (4-8 May, 2015)

Australia-Pacific Environmental Humanities Observatory, Sydney Environment Institute, University of Sydney. Centre for Environmental History, Australian National University, Canberra. 4-8 May, 2015 Are you writing a PhD or MA in environmental history or humanities, and are interested in the relationship between writing and filmmaking? The Australia-Pacific Environmental Humanities Observatory will...

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Exhibition – The Accidental Primate

Helen Pynor’s new work transverses the thematic currents of art – science collaborations and ‘Human – Animal studies’ in contemporary art, making this exhibition astutely avant-garde. 'The Accidental Primate’ explores human-bat relations, taking Sydney as a site for the complex layering of care and disruption, ecological...