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Veer Ecology

A Companion for Environmental Thinking Edited byJeffrey Jerome CohenandLowell Duckert The words most commonly associated with the environmental movement—save, recycle, reuse, protect, regulate, restore—describe what we can do to help the environment, but few suggest...

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Studying Arctic Fields

http://www.combinedacademic.co.uk/studying-arctic-fields Studying Arctic Fields Cultures, Practices, and Environmental Sciences Richard C. Powell "Studying Arctic Fields is expertly researched, well-situated in the literature on the history and philosophy of science,...

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We Have Souls, and So Do Crows

Maybe because it’s Winter Solstice, the darkest and hence most spiritual time of year, I’ve been thinking about souls. By soul I mean essence, what makes you uniquely you and me uniquely me. From one point of view, souls cannot possibly exist. To be human is to...

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Concerning the Spiritual

Read Issue 38 of the Interalia Magazine, offering knowledge and inspiration from the world’s most exciting thinkers and practitioners. Concerning the Spiritual explores contemporary dialogues at the intersection of Art, Philosophy, Science and Spirituality....

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Imaginary landscapes and more…

A podcast from thefamiliarstrange.com Find it here In this month’s panel discussion, Jodie (1:14) tells us about documents with agency: “Ideas just get up and grow legs, and they run away with themselves.” (Trigger warning: this segment mentions the recent Royal...

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The Song of Trees

The Songs of Trees: A Biologist’s Lyrical Ode to How Relationships Weave the Fabric of Life “Trees speak to the mind, and tell us many things, and teach us many good lessons,” an English gardener wrote in the seventeenth century. “When we have learned how to listen to...

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Uniformannual

Uniformannual We’ve deferred the next issue of the quarterly Uniformagazine for the moment in order to publish the first Uniformannual. Tapping into some idea of what an annual might be, or at least look like, it is a hardback with printed paper over boards, and...

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TEDeX – Social Sculpture

Shelley Sacks introduces the field of social sculpture and connective practice as an expanded understanding of art concerned with developing new imaginaries and the art of changing mindsets. This talk emphasises capacity building for transformation as a social...

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Journalism in the Anthropocene: Living in Liquid Worlds

An essay by  Dominic Hinde “All that is solid melts into air”, wrote Karl Marx in the Communist Manifesto, a line subsequently borrowed as the central frame to Marshall Berman’s later seminal book of the same name on how we experience modernity. The idea of solid...

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The Gift

From the publishers of Journal of Ethnographic Theory: We are delighted to present our seventeenth issue: “the gift” is full to the brim as winter fast approaches, with 575 pages of HAU autumn leaves. Our weighty issue begins with a debate concluding the symposium on...

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The World is Breathing Me

introduction to Artizein special edition on Art, Ecology and Education Jan van Boeckel, Guest Editor To me, one the most compelling expressions of art, ecology and education coming together happened when I attended a lecture, a decade or more ago, by Timo Jokela, a...

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from Arran Stibbe

Dear all, I recently completed a fascinating piece of research for a global environmental charity.  They gave me permission to share it with you so long as I didn’t mention the name of the charity. I enjoyed this because it was putting ecolinguistics into practical...

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An ethnography of global environmentalism

a new book by Caroline Gatt Based on nine years of research, this is the first book to offer an in-depth ethnographic study of a transnational environmentalist federation and of activists' work and life. The book presents an account of the daily life and the ethical...

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Public Art Takes Flight

In his final years, John James Audubon, the celebrated 19th-century painter of bird life, lived in rustic uptown Manhattan in a house by the Hudson where some of his final paintings were of urban rats that caught his eye. But birds remained his forte. And as Audubon...

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Making Ends Meet

Please support Guillemot Press by buying MAKING ENDS MEET by Andrew McNeillie, his seventh collection of poems just published. Guillemot Press was founded by Luke Thompson, Cornishman, author and editor, sometime star pupil on the Exeter University MA Writing,...

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Volupté

Volupté Interdisciplinary Journal of Decadence Studies Volupté is an MLA-indexed online journal of Decadence from antiquity to the present. It appears each year in Spring and Autumn, and brings together in themed issues creative and critical approaches to the...

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Marlene Creates – new book

A major book that covers almost 40 years of my work has just been published — Marlene Creates: Places, Paths, and Pauses.  There is also a French edition — Marlene Creates: Lieux, sentiers et pauses. It includes essays by the independent curator Susan Gibson Garvey,...

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Landscape in the Longue Durée

UCL Press is delighted to announce a brand new open access book that may be of interest to list subscribers: Landscape in the Longue Durée by Christopher Tilley. Download it free from: https://goo.gl/JjByqy ********************************* Landscape in the Longue...

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Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet

Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet: Ghosts and Monsters of the Anthropocene Edited by Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing, Nils Bubandt, Elaine Gan, & Heather Anne Swanson 20% discount with this code: CSL17ALDP** Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet exposes us to the active remnants...

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Eden is Broken…

“EDEN IS BROKEN”: A CARIBBEAN LEADER CALLS FOR ACTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE A report by Natalia Meade for the New Yorker. At eleven o’clock on Saturday morning, long after Donald Trump, other world leaders, and the hundreds of journalists who cover their every word...

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Movementers: keeping the rivers alive

Movementers: keeping the rivers alive by Shai Zakai As I considered the question “what are our moral and civic responsibilities to water?” I went outside, stood by my favorite tree, faced the dry stream below, and thought about the urgency of keeping the movements and...

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Biophilia and Beauty

Biophilia and Beauty Emma Robertson Over the last three years, I have sought to develop work in new ways in order to offer an alternative discourse to the overwhelming pessimism of climate change debates. Taking my artwork out of the frame, and then off the wall, into...

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In Other Tongues @ Dark Mountain

IN OTHER TONGUES: CREATING A VESSEL by Richard Povall 30th August, 2017 Today Dark Mountain has uploadedthe sixth and final instalment of our series about learning to listen to the myriad other voices beyond the human. Inspired by In Other Tongues, a three-day...

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Vernissage Morphosis, una tensione tra uomo e natura

February 2, 2018, 6:00pm - February 2, 2018, 8:00pm

ARTE FIERA 2018 di Maria Rebecca Ballestra A cura di Clive Adams (Director of CCNAW-Center for Contemporary Art and Natural World UK) SEDE ESPOSITIVA: Galle...

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