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Dead wasps fly further, or: what is to be done?

Image source: Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin

‘Why are you going to an STS workshop? Haven’t you moved on to postcolonial studies?’ This question was posed to me by a colleague who seemed perplexed about my continued desire to participate in… 3,362 more words


Dead Wasps Fly Further

This month, I will be participating in two events. ‘Geo-Studio’ (20 March), a geography-arts symposium at Northumbria University, and ‘Dead Wasps Fly Further‘ ( 400 more words


Guest talk at the New Centre for Research & Practice

On Monday, I gave a virtual guest lecture at the New Centre for Research & Practice. It was the first instalment of a seminar on ‘ 135 more words


AAG 2015 CFP: Feminist Geophilosophy

Image: Still from Björk ‘Mutual Core’

Feminist geophilosophy

AAG 2015 CFP, Chicago IL 21st – 25th April 2015

Convenors: Angela Last (University of Glasgow) and Kathryn Yusoff (Queen Mary University of London) 518 more words


The Everyday Battlefield: Hito Steyerl & Juliana Spahr

A few weeks ago, I went to see Hito Steyerl’s exhibition at the Institute for Contemporary Art (ICA) in London. Unfortunately, the exhibition has since ended, but Steyerl’s performances have stayed with me as some kind of lightbeam that flags up disturbing ‘facts of life’. 2,086 more words

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One In Other @ Anthropocene Feminism, UWM

This week, I attended the Anthropocene Feminism conference at the Center for 21st Century Studies in Milwaukee. There, I spoke as part of a hugely enjoyable… 118 more words

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Super-natural futures: One possible dialogue between Afrofuturism and the Anthropocene

Image: Ellen Gallagher, ‘Abu Simbel’

Two types of invitations seem to be floating into my inbox with increasing frequency, for talks and exhibitions on the… 1,996 more words