LARCA / CNRS UMR 8225, Université de Paris, France
This research group has been founded to create a space of exchange and interdisciplinary dialogue which will be part of a national and international network of scholars working in the field of Environmental Humanities. Environmental preoccupations already underpin the work of many researchers in fields such as literature, history, decolonial studies, gender studies, visual studies or linguistics. It will showcase and highlight the diversity of approaches used to think about the relationship between humans and the environment.
We meet on a regular basis on Zoom, usually on Thursdays (5-7pm, Paris time). Check our programme here.
- [SEM] Session 5 – ‘Vegetal Attunements: Thinking Models Against Philosophical Totalizations,’ 8 March 2021Giovanni Aloi will present his paper ‘Vegetal Attunements: Thinking Models Against Philosophical Totalizations’ 5-7 o’clock, Paris time, 8 March 2021 Zoom link Western philosophy has a tendency to generalize and normitivize to the point of abstraction. Philosophical universalism has often deliberately concealed nuances in human-non-human kinship. This has limited the emergenceContinue reading “[SEM] Session 5 – ‘Vegetal Attunements: Thinking Models Against Philosophical Totalizations,’ 8 March 2021”
- THE ENDS OF THE EARTH: Online Symposium at University of Illinois on Polar Print Culture, Fri March 26, 2pm Central Time on ZoomThe Ends of the Earth: Polar Exploration, Print Culture, and Climate Change is an online symposium which will showcase recent scholarship at the intersection of American literary studies, environmental humanities, and print culture and serve as a provocation to the audience: what kinds of knowledge are produced at the (geographical, ecological, andContinue reading “THE ENDS OF THE EARTH: Online Symposium at University of Illinois on Polar Print Culture, Fri March 26, 2pm Central Time on Zoom”
- CFP: VICTORIAN ECOLOGIES (DEADLINE EXTENDED)Victorian Networkis an open-access, MLA-indexed, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing and promoting the best work across the broad field of Victorian Studies by postgraduate students and early career academics. We are delighted to announce that our fourteenth issue (2021) on the theme of “Victorian Ecologies” will be guest edited by ElizabethContinue reading “CFP: VICTORIAN ECOLOGIES (DEADLINE EXTENDED)”
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