Dear World-Ecologists and Friends, We want to inform you that we are working to organize the Bonn 2021 conference. Details will be released as soon as they are solidified. We look forward to the meeting, which will likely be a hybrid of virtual and in person sessions. We are also in conversation with our colleagues … Continue reading 2021 and beyond…
We're thrilled to announce some of our confirmed speakers for February's Workshop: Jason W. Moore, Nicole Aschoff, Christian Parenti, Annie Shattuck, and, Eddie Yuen.
Please join us in Bonn, July 28-30 for "Working Environments, Unruly Natures" World-Ecology Conference. The CFP is here: https://worldecologyconferencesblog.wordpress.com/working-environments-unruly-natures/ and You can submit here: https://forms.gle/T4KmqHgyw8vQHbQa6 #worldecology #capitalocene
No Politics of Work without Nature, No Politics of Nature without Work! Sixth Annual Conference of the World-Ecology Research Network, Bonn, July 28-30, 2020 In the unfolding climate crisis, two questions loom large in the search for planetary justice: What is a radical politics of work in an era of climate crisis? What is a … Continue reading Working Environments, Unruly Natures
Life, Power, and Planetary Justice in the Capitalocene Binghamton University, USA, 7-8 February 2020 Call For Papers link and important deadlines below: Confirmed speakers include: Jason W. Moore, Nicole Aschoff, Christian Parenti, Annie Shattuck, and, Eddie Yuen. Today’s climate crisis marks an unprecedented transition – and not only because of dramatically changing geophysical conditions, marking … Continue reading Climates of Crisis:
Following the Utopia, Dystopia and Climate Change Utopian Studies Society conference, which focused on the utopian and dystopian possible outcomes of anthropogenic global warming, we are delighted to announce a call for contributions to a special issue. For this special issue authors, drawing on their unique disciplinary and, crucially, interdisciplinary perceptions, are invited to submit papers for … Continue reading Call for Papers: Special Issue – Climate Fiction, Friction & Fact
We are excited to announce the CFP for the Sixth Annual World-Ecology Research Network conference in Bonn, July 28-20, 2020. Find the CFP here. Please feel welcome to distribute far and wide. Hope to see you in Germany! If you have any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you happen to be in NYC April 29, head on over to CUNY's Segal Theatre for a reading followed by a panel with the author, Harry Newman, 4:00 Reading, 6:30 Panel Heat. The sun bearing down. People in line for food, for water at temporary camps. Elsewhere, a party, as if nothing’s changed in … Continue reading “Dry Time” a global climate change play
There are three weeks remaining to register without the late fee add-on. You can do so here: https://forms.gle/dmFU8eX6xtxVDhmv9. We are pleased to let you know that we have negotiated a discounted room rate of $169 + tax at the Hotel Whitcomb for the nights of May 29 through June 2. The Whitcomb is located at … Continue reading Regular Registration is Open! (plus, hotel discount opportunity)
Day pass registration: https://forms.gle/wpRm8wSZi4hxBwbi6 Day passes ($30) are valid for any one day at the conference.