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.
Regular registration is $150. We offer $20 discounts for early registration and for those who are not fully employed. There are late registration options, as seen on the form: https://forms.gle/dmm4m178MSP81fZH7. The registration fee includes everything the conference has to offer: all plenary and panel presentations, coffee and snacks, and dinners Thursday, May 30 and Saturday, … Continue reading REGISTER NOW! https://forms.gle/dmm4m178MSP81fZH7