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Seminar: Feminist Posthumanisms (Cate Sandiland), Sydney, 16 July 2018

Feminist Posthumanisms: Lives in Ruins A workshop with Cate Sandiland 16 July, 2018 10 am – 12:30pm SOPHI Common Room (822 Brennan McCallum Building) University of Sydney In conjunction with a public lecture as part of the HUMANNATURE Sydney Environmental Humanities Lecture Series (13 July 2018), Professor Catriona...

Mycena epipterygia. Image: Alison Pouliot
Fungal Wonders of the Arboretum and Surrounds

The National Arboretum Canberra presents two fungus workshops with natural historian and environmental photographer, Alison Pouliot. These workshops introduce participants to the diversity, ecology and curiosities of the Kingdom Fungi, specific to fungi found in the region, but also within wider Australian and international contexts. They include...

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Join ASLEC-ANZ (Australia and New Zealand)

The Association for the Study of Literature, Environment and Culture is devoted: To fostering scholarly and creative work that explores the relationship between human culture, natural history & global ecologies To sharing information and ideas about how the arts and humanities are responding to global...

HumanNature: The Sydney Environmental Humanities Lecture Series

February to October, 2018 Sydney The inaugural, 2018, series includes nine esteemed international and domestic speakers. There is one lecture scheduled each month from February through to October. Further information on each of these speakers and their lecture topics is provided below. About the Series From climate change and...

CFP: Conference on Environmental Future (7ICEF): Humans and Island Environments (Honolulu, 16-20 April 2018)

Call for papers 7th International Conference on Environmental Future (7ICEF): Humans and Island Environments Honolulu, Hawai'i April 16-20th, 2018 Abstract submission for contributed talks and poster presentations for the 7ICEF are now open. Further information and submission here. Deadline for submissions is December, 1, 2017. Islands are at the forefront of...

Future Remains – An Environmental Humanities Seminar @UNSW

Environmental Humanities Seminar with Professor Gregg Mitman (University of Wisconsin–Madison) Wednesday 30 August 2017 | 4:00-5:30pm Morven Brown Building, Room 310 | UNSW, Kensington Campus What can a pesticide pump, a jar full of sand, or an old calico print tell us about the Anthropocene, the age of...