Planetary Gardening @ Goldsmiths

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…

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Call for Papers: Cultivating Ecologies, RGS/IBG 2015

RGS/IBG Conference 2015 (Exeter 1st-4th Sept) Session Call for Papers,

Session convenors: Stephanie Lavau (Plymouth University) & Franklin Ginn (University of Edinburgh)

Whether as fossil fuels, domesticated crops, weedy foot-soldiers of Empire, habitat for endangered species, cosmopolitan globalisers from below, carbon sinks, or indicators of climatic change, plants have been significant players in cultivating the ecologies of the Anthropocene […]

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