Seminars and Lectures

Below you will find a list of upcoming and recent seminars and lectures. If you would like further information on any of these talks please get in touch.

Upcoming Seminars and Lectures

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28 March 2017
Practical Justice Initiative Seminar Series
University of New South Wales
Provisioning Crows: Ecologies of Hope in the Mariana Islands

10 May 2017
Department seminar, Australian Centre for Cultural Environmental Research
University of Wollongong
Provisioning Crows: Ecologies of Hope in the Mariana Islands

17-18 May 2017
Humanities for the Anthropocene: Developing New Approaches to Knowledge, Engagement and Impact I
Kings College London

Mid May 2017
Possible trips to University of Oxford and Bath Spa University, UK

20 June 2017
Aesthetics and Practices of the Earth
Université Libre de Bruxelles
Encountering Crows: Enacting Multispecies Democracies

23-25 June 2017
Field Philosophy and Other Experiments
École Normale Supérieure, Paris

 


Past Seminars and Lectures (from late 2014 only)

2016

1-3 December 2016
Speculative Ethology: History, Philosophy and Future of Ethology III
Curtin University, Perth
Provisioning Crows: Ecologies of Hope in the Mariana Islands

28-30 November 2016
Geo- (the earth and the earth sciences in humanities inquiry)
Curtin University, Perth
Rethinking the Final Frontier: Cosmologics and an Ethics of Interstellar Flourishing

23-25 November 2016
Global Ecologies, Local Impacts
University of Sydney
Encountering Crows: Enacting Multispecies Democracies

22-24 October 2016
International Association of Environmental Philosophy
Salt Lake City, USA
Invited Book Session: Flight Ways: Life and Loss at the Edge of Extinction
and
Spectral Crows: Conservation and the Work of Inheritance
(Session: Rethinking Conservation)

7-8 April 2016
Feminist, Queer, Anticolonial Propositions for Hacking the Anthropocene
University of Sydney

11 April 2016
Planetary Responsibility?
University of New South Wales

Short visit (17-19 Feb 2016)
Environmental Humanities, University of Leeds
Spectral Crows in Hawai‘i: Conservation and the Work of Inheritance

Short visit (22-26 Feb 2016)
Environmental Humanities, University of Edinburgh
Violence and Deep Time Workshop (22-23 February)
Keynote: The Unwelcome Crows: Hospitality in the Anthropocene (22 February)

2015

21-23 January 2015
Seminar, Research on the Anthropocene
Aarhus University, Denmark

Banking the Forest: Loss, Hope and Care in Hawaiian Conservation

27 January 2015
“The Environmental Humanities: Emergence and Impact”
Mellon Sawyer Seminar, University of California Los Angeles

Lively Ethography: Storying Animist Worlds (co-authored with Deborah Bird Rose)

23 March 2015
Happiness, ecology, and life in glass
A workshop with Sara Ahmed, Sarah Franklin, Elspeth Probyn, Eben Kirksey and Thom van Dooren
Environmental Humanities, University of New South Wales, Sydney

7-11 July 2015
Literary Networks
Panel: The Environmental Humanities and the Literary Imagination
Lively Ethography: Storying the World
Thom van Dooren and Deborah Bird Rose
University of Wollongong

6 August 2015
The Outer Space Business: The Humanities and Social Sciences on Economic Expansion Beyond the Earth
University of Technology Sydney
Re-thinking the Final Frontier: Cosmo-logics and an Ethics of Interstellar Flourishing (co-authored with Matthew Kearnes)

11 September 2015
Grand Challenges Public Lecture
Institute for Future Environments, Queensland University of Technology
The Unwelcome Crows: Hospitality in the Anthropocene

15 October 2015
Council for the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences Forum, 2015
Session Chair (and introduction)
Agricultural Landscapes: Perspectives from the Environmental Humanities
Woodward Conference Centre, University of Melbourne

5-6 November 2015
2015 Off Earth Mining Forum
University of New South Wales, Sydney
The Ethics of Off-Earth Mining: Expanding the Discussion (co-authored with Matthew Kearnes)

7 November 2015
Zoology on the Table: The Science, Sustainability and Politics of Eating Animals
Forum of the Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales
The Promises of Pests: Wildlife in Agricultural Landscapes (co-authored with Emily O’Gorman)

12-15 November 2015
Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts
Rice University, Houston
Panel: Extinction Studies: Life and Death in the Anthropocene
Paper: The Last Snail: Loss, Hope and Care for the Future

Making Worlds with Crows: Multispecies Studies as Field Philosophy

18-22 November, 2015
American Anthropological Association, Denver
Panel: The Familiar and The Strange of Personhood: “The New Animism” and The Re“Turn To Things” (Panel 1 of 2)
Paper: Lively Ethography: Storying Animist Worlds (co-authored with Deborah Rose)

Panel: Gaia Strikes Back: Feral Landscapes of The Anthropocene (Panel 1 of 2)
Discussant

25-26 November 2015 (via Skype)
The Ethics of Hope? Posthumanism, Life and Climate Change
La Trobe University
The Last Snail: Loss, Hope and Care for the Future

2014

22 September 2014
Biology Seminar, Richard Gilder Graduate School, American Museum of Natural History
Authentic Crows: Identity, Captivity, and Endangered Species Management

23 September 2014
Public lecture, American Museum of Natural History
Living with Crows in Hawai’i: Conservation in Haunted Landscapes
12:30pm – 1:30pm
Entrance: AMNH 77th Street Entrance
Location: Linder Theater

25 September 2014
Ecology and Culture Seminar, Columbia University

Living with Crows in Hawai’i: Conservation in Haunted Landscapes

6 October 2014
Seminar, Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment
KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm

Banking the Forest: Loss, Hope and Care in Hawaiian Conservation

13 November 2014
Human Geography Seminar, University of Edinburgh

Living with Crows in Hawai’i: Conservation in Haunted Landscapes

15 November 2014 (via Skype)
Nonhumans Conference
University of California, Davis

16 November 2014
At the Edge of Extinction: A Conversation
Only Human? Being with animals, elements and environments
University of Glasgow

18 November 2014
Life After the Anthropocene
Oxford University

The Unwelcome Crows: Hospitality in the Anthropocene

20 November 2014
Seminar, Lunchtime Colloquium
Rachel Carson Center, Munich

Living with Crows in Hawai’i: Conservation in Haunted Landscapes

2-4 December 2014
Im/mortality and In/finitude in the Anthropocene
Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment
KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm

The Unwelcome Crows: Hospitality in the Anthropocene

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