In this post, we are happy to feature some work by Maya Weeks, a multimedia artist and independent scholar interested in a range of related topics like marine toxic dumping, oceanic geopolitics, global capitalism, climate[…]
Five Propositions | Critiques for the Anthropocene Anja Kanngieser, University of Wollongong Angela Last, University of Glasgow What we are trying to address in this paper follows on, in a way, from other[…]
Of those of us engaged in the project of GeoCritique, some are graduate students. Others are early career academics. All of us confront a disorienting set of neoliberal expectations and metrics, which purport to indicate[…]
Erik Swyngedouw discusses the Anthropocene, climate change, and depoliticization in his recent talk, “ANTHROPOCENIC PROMISES. The End of Nature, Climate Change and the Process of Post-Politicization.
The latest issue of Antipode is out today, freely available online, and chock full of great titles. I’m looking forward to reading several of these, including the two on green grabbing and another two on[…]
Image: Nikki McClure A great call for papers from Hannah Stark and Arun Saldanha, for a special issue of Deleuze Studies. Deleuze and Guattari in the Anthropocene Twenty years after his death, Deleuze’s thought continues to[…]