Earlier in the day there will also be A Critical Ecologies workshop –
Air Pollution, Toxicity and Local Agency Friday 27 September, 1pm–4.30pm
https://criticalecologies.gold.ac.uk (please sign up here for mailing list)
Will questions of global warming, environmental justice, colonial dispossession, climate migration, nuclear cultures, media geology and e-waste from an arts and humanities perspective that takes scientific research and practices seriously. The stream formalizes connections between existing areas of research and practice by bringing together established environment-focused initiatives from across Visual Cultures/Research Architecture; Anthropology; Art; Sociology; Media, Communications & Cultural Studies; Computing; and English & Comparative Literature to develop collaborations, funding bids, and curricula. Our core aspiration is to evolve new academic platforms capable of shaping public debate.