SYMPOSIUM: Deterritorialising the Future

Deterritorialising the Future: A symposium on heritage in, of and after the Anthropocene 14th September 2018, 9:30 - 17:30 Senate House London UK What does it mean to conserve, collect, curate or interpret ‘the past’ in the shadow of the Anthropocene? How might we reimagine issues of care, vulnerability, diversity and inheritance in this new geological/conceptual framework? Drawing on current …

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REMINDER: Prof. Rosi Braidotti’s summer school “Posthuman Ethics, Pain and Endurance (How to Live an Anti-Fascist Life and Endure the Pain)”

Prof. Rosi Braidotti’s summer school “Posthuman Ethics, Pain and Endurance (How to Live an Anti-Fascist Life and Endure the Pain)” 20-24th of August 2018   Drift 13, 004 – Utrecht University, 3512 BR Utrecht, the Netherlands Course Director: Prof. Rosi Braidotti Lecturers: Prof. Rosi Braidotti (Utrecht University), Dr. Rick Dolphijn (Utrecht University), Lucas van der …

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Mini-symposium “Becoming with Alien Encounters and Speculative Storytelling”

The Posthumanities Hub in collaboration with Tema Genus Higher Seminar Series  and The Eco- and Bioart Research Network have a pleasure to present: Mini-symposium Becoming with Alien Encounters and Speculative Storytelling 5th April 2018 13:15 - 16:30 Linköping University Room: Faros, Tema building (Campus Valla) Speculative fiction – as an ‘umbrella term’ – refers to …

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Feminist posthumanities is for everybody!

Human nature is not the oxymoron we imagined it to be. In this new planetary age of the Anthropocene, defined by human-induced climatic, biological, and even geological transformations, we humans are fully in nature. And nature is fully in us. This was, of course, always the case, but it is more conspicuously so now than …

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