Events Programme 2021
All events take place on Zoom. Registration links below.
4 Feb, 4pm: Jared Margulies (Alabama), ‘Watching extinction in cactus country, or what I learned about flourishing from a cactus on a doomed mountain.’ Register here.
25 Feb, 4pm: Launch Event for ‘Writing in the Pause’ (Plumwood Mountain, Vol. 7 no. 2) with Ian Davidson, Ghazal Mosadeq, James Thomas Stevens and Jonathan Skinner. Register here.
26 Mar, 4pm: ‘Monitoring Microbes: Diagnostics, Surveillance Systems, and The Politics of Preparedness’, Ann Kelly (KCL), Frédéric Keck (CNRS, Paris), and Claas Kirchelle (UCD). Register here.
1 Apr, 4pm: Mark Clare, artist in residence at UCD & Dun Laoghaire County Council. ‘The Unavoidable Interconnectedness of Everything.’ Register here.
15 Apr, 4pm: Charis Olszok (Cambridge), ‘Following the Pipeline: Angels, Jinn and Ghouls in Fāḍil al-ʿAzzāwī’s Last of the Angels and Imīl Ḥabībī’s Sarāyā, The Ogre’s Daughter.' Register here.
5 May, 4pm: Josephine Taylor (RHUL), ‘Energy Futures and the Failure of Mastery: Alternative Relations in Science Fiction.’ Register here.
13 May, 4pm: Martin Arboleda (Universidad Diego Portales), talk based on Governing Utopia: on Planning and Popular Power, title tbc. Joint event with Durham Centre for Culture and Ecology. Register here.
20 May, 4pm: Nicole Seymour (CSU): ‘Facing the Plasticene: Object Lessons from Glitter’. Register here.
4 June, 4pm: Harriet Tarlo (Sheffield Hallam), title tbc. Register here.
Funded by UCD College of Arts and Humanities Funding for Research Activity 2021.
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