Author: Dan Smyer Yu

CFP: Storying climes of the Himalaya, Andes, and Arctic Anthropogenic water bodies, multispecies vulnerability, and sustainable living

CALL FOR PAPERS PUBLISHING WORKSHOP Storying climes of the Himalaya, Andes, and Arctic Anthropogenic water bodies, multispecies vulnerability, and sustainable living 9-15 October 2021 | Online In partnership with My Climate Risk, a lighthouse activity of World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) Co-hosted by Royal Thimphu College (Royal University of Bhutan) and...

Two panels on ACQUATIC EXTINCTION

Two panels of talks on extinction in aquatic environments, supported by ASLE-UKI and the Sheffield Animal Studies Research Centre (ShARC) About this eventJoin us for two panels of talks on biodiversity loss in aquatic environments by experts in the humanities and the sciences. This event is...

CFP: Alternatives to the Anthropocene

Alternatives to the Anthropocene A Call for Proposals from the Radical History Review Issue number 145 Abstract Deadline: June 1, 2021 Co-Edited by Ashley Dawson and A. Naomi Paik This issue seeks submissions that examine the voices of those who fought against the development of the Anthropocene, the geological age...

Online Conference: Toward a New Way of Being with Plants, June 2021

When: June 17 - 18, 2021, 1:00 - 5:00 pm, Central US Time Where: Online Register: Free, at www.beingwithplants2021.org This free two-day online event will explore human/plant connections, including ethics in human treatment of plants, plant sentience and communication, and opportunities for developing more respectful and reciprocal relationships...

Call for Submission: KERB JOURNAL 29 (WILD)

KERB is an internationally recognized, not-for-profit journal that has been produced by RMIT University for close to three decades. This year, our theme is: WILD A force of disturbance and surprise, a catalyst for evolution in the natural world. We invite you with your opinions on can reimagining what...

Ecocide in a Pandemic

Ecocide in a Pandemic: Laws of Exposure and Encounter in the Anthropocene Tuesday 17th November 2020, 8.30 – 10pm AEDT In this seminar, we will explore the confluence of colonisation and ecocide in the Anthropocene thesis, and the challenge to modernist claims to mastery posed by the...

Strange/Letters

Call for presentations: Strange/Letters an ASLEC-ANZ symposium Proposal submission deadline: Tuesday 1st December 2020 Notification of proposal acceptance: Friday 10th January 2021 Symposium date: Friday 5th February 2021 These are strange – and, for some, estranging – times. Dislocated from one another by lockdowns, border closures, and the unsustainability, cost, and even danger of travel, we’re reminded...