Source: Ginn F and Barber J 2015 FF: “ACA/GEO/21/IBG/CONF/2015/TEMPORAL-ANXIETY/BG-JL-KY/FF” | Society and space. Our analysis of this peculiar item can be found here.
This Thursday, 5th March, I’m presenting some new ideas on gardening for the Anthropocene. The talk will be part of the ‘Critical Environments’ lecture series convened by Lynn Turner & Wood Roberdeau at Goldsmiths Department of Visual Cultures…
Animals, Apocalypse and the Anthropocene in the Annals of Association of American Geographers – that’s a lot of As, and a new article <pdf>
Caring for the Future Through Ancestral Time | The Onomatophore of the Anthropocene by Bronislaw Szerszynski; Thurs., 27 Nov at 6pm. You are cordially invited to a special evening performance and […]
Spoiler red alert: this is an assessment, not a review, of Interstellar. A film in which: Michael Cain is revealed as cinema’s least convincing science-genius. Retire already! Matthew McConaughey pushes his grufflo-whistly-voice into the red zone. McConaughey’s character, Cooper, also undergoes total consistency fail to make sure we get to Act V.
My piece on the inspiring rise of the fossil fuel divestment campaign! […]
An event I’m organising in the Autumn with the Edinburgh Environmental Humanities Network… Symposium: University of Edinburgh 11:00-17:00 Friday 28 November 2014 Not only has the Earth become sensitive to […]