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Laura Perry Jun 27
Hey writers and artists! Pitch your and projects to , a weekly environmental magazine. We’re especially interested in publishing grads, adjuncts, and other voices adjacent to the traditional professoriate:
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JHI Environmental Humanities Network Jun 26
‘Climate apartheid’: Rich people will buy their way out of the environmental crisis while the poor suffer, UN warns
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V21 Collective Jun 25
common, colloquial, convincing examples of crediting literature with changing material social world, a la The Jungle? non Anglo-American examples? how long in the past do they need to have been to be subject to these claims?
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The Goose Journal Jun 22
is pleased to announce that our special issue on Environmental Art and Activism is now available here: , with a gaggle of poems, art, articles, and reviews on the theme. Cover art by Lindsey Davis.
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Sean Kheraj Jun 20
"An Enterprise of National Importance" 1949 ad for debentures in Interprovincial Pipe Line Company (). It's interesting to read how the company pitched itself to investors and how much emphasis was placed on how oil would transform the Canadian economy.
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Edge Effects Jun 18
Donna Haraway and Anna Tsing helped develop ideas of the . With , they reckon with the ecological simplification and forced labor at the heart of the .
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Jackman Humanities Jun 18
We're thrilled that Amitav Ghosh will be our 2019-2020 Distinguished Visiting Fellow during our annual theme . Here's an opportunity to read an extract from his newest book, Gun Island
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Judith Ellen Brunton Jun 15
Really looking forward to these conversations!
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JHI Environmental Humanities Network Jun 15
Delighted to announce that will be back next year with more events and speakers. Thank you for supporting at . Let's grow the conversation around the environmental humanities. Our 2019-2020 schedule is in the works. Stay tuned!
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David Carruthers Jun 14
I’m pleased to share my most recent publication, a short provocation in the exciting new liber herbalis, _becoming-Botanical_: a popular/scholarly visual/literary text that thinks with plants. Read it, and other insightful work, here:
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Matt Henry Jun 8
It’s almost like the changing climate is deliberately revealing its origins to us.
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JHI Environmental Humanities Network Jun 9
From publications to pedagogy, academic research to public scholarship, academics have long been devoting their careers to the climate discussion, not to mention environmental justice. Which scholar(s) would you recommend to someone new to the discipline?
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Dr. Jessica DeWitt Jun 2
Contemplating the End with Annie Proulx and Bruce Pascoe | CBC Radio
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Max Planck Institute for the History of Science Jun 8
One week left to apply for our Postdoctoral Fellow position! Join Dept. I with the Working Group (AWG) and . Deadline June 15, 2019.
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JHI Environmental Humanities Network Jun 9
"How do we talk about the urgency of climate change without making people tune out? And how do we tell stories that help chart the way out of this emergency?" via
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Nina Munteanu May 23
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JHI Environmental Humanities Network May 19
If you're like us and had to look up what a "nurseryman" is, you should probably attend 's lecture. (We assume you're already going if you know what it means.)
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JHI Environmental Humanities Network May 17
FYI Green New Deal Town Hall: Tuesday, May 21, 12:45pm, 192 Spadina Ave, Ground Floor, Bigger, Bolder Meeting Room, Toronto. The input from these town halls will be used to inform a vision for a Green New Deal for all.
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JHI Environmental Humanities Network May 1
Happy ! What is your favorite work on labor, labor movements, workplaces? (Or, if you're working on an article, book, or dissertation in this area, what are you researching?)
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Resilience Journal Apr 29
Friends, please share this call for papers widely. Resilience and American Literature are doing a joint special issue! CFP: “The Infrastructure of Emergency” American Literature and Resilience: A Journal of...
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