Author: Michelle Bastian

CFP: The Material Life of Time due 23 October event 15-17 March 2021

The Material Life of Time The second international Temporal Belongings conference 15th-17th March 2021 Online via QiQo Chat Call for papers Much of the time of our lives is given to us by the relationships, properties and movements of worldly materialities. Atmospheric carbon has irrevocably transformed agricultural time (Kassam et...

Free Event: Creating and Curating in a Time of Mass Extinction

Creating and Curating in a Time of Mass Extinction Two Roundtables about Art, Museums and Global Biodiversity Loss Friday 16th October, 2–4pm ; 4.30–6.30pm GMT Register here. What is the role of creativity in a time of ecological catastrophe? How can museum curation critically engage with global biodiversity loss?...

Sustainable Online Workshops

Our artists are hosting another series of workshops this September / October after a sell out July edition! We hope you can join us! We have a range of hours to suit your timezone. www.landartagency.com/workshops Feedback from the previous series: “It was super interesting to get insight into...

Capturing Climate Change online photographic exhibition

Capturing Climate Change – an online photographic exhibition by the Australian Museum, with captivating views of climate impacts and climate solutions in Australia and the Pacific. Share your images, see what others are capturing and how we are responding. They are striking and often beautiful but...

Force of Nature Masters Scholarship

Masters scholarship for the Royal Forest & Bird Protection Society’s Force of Nature Centennial History Project (2020) The Force of Nature Masters Scholarship is a one-off scholarship to give a graduate student an opportunity to contribute to the centennial history of Forest & Bird. The student...

New Handbook of Ecocultural Identity

The Handbook of Ecocultural Identity has just published. It's a timely book, as across the globe more and more of us awake to our always interconnected selves and strive to imagine and create mutually flourishing futures. The Handbook is an essential transdisciplinary resource for the...

CFP: Mapping the Environmental Humanities

Call for Chapters Mapping the Environmental Humanities: The Emerging Role of Geographic Information Systems in Ecocriticism Edited by Mark Terry and Michael Hewson Proposals due: 15th July 2020 Issues related to the global environment, planetary health, and the related survival of all species, including humans, represent fields of study...

CFP: Special issue on Youth Climate Strikes

The Australian Journal of Environmental Education is seeking papers exploring the educational dimensions of the youth school strikes for climate action. We believe that the school climate strikes offer many challenges and opportunities for environmental education research and practice, and envisage that a broad range...

Scholarship applications sought: Posthumanities, Animalities, Environments

Applications are now open for HDR scholarships at Curtin University that align with strategic projects. https://study.curtin.edu.au/higher-degree-by-research/rtp-scholarship/ Expressions of interest are sought from domestic Australian candidates working in areas aligned with the research program Posthumanities, Animalities, Environments: Transformative Concepts and Methods for the Anthropocene. https://study.curtin.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2020/06/hum-posthumanities-animalities-env-anthropocene2.pdf Over the last few decades, the...

Risk Society: call for essays, projects and research

Risk Society Issue #1: call for contributions deadline extended to 1 September 2020 -- Societies worldwide face unprecedented future uncertainties. The information age allows for new perceptions on risks, which increasingly began to play a central role in policies and broader decision-making. Today, the growing amount of data...