Political Ecology as Practice
Date(s) - 10/30/2017 - 11/04/2017
UIC Institute for the Humanities
Political Ecology as Practice: A Regional Approach to the Anthropocene
Organizers: Ömür Harmanşah, UIC Art History and Molly Doane, UIC Anthropology
October 30-November 4, 2017
Master Class: “Facing Gaia: An Enquiry on the New Climatic Regime”
October 30-November 2, 2017
Details and location to be announced.
Please note! Participation is restricted. Contact Pinar Yilmaz: email@example.com for details.
Bruno Latour, leading figure in Science and Technology Studies and Professor at Sciences Po (Paris), will offer a four-day long advanced seminar (a “master class”) to a limited group of graduate students and faculty at UIC, who are engaged with questions of the politics of the environment, the Anthropocene, and climate change. In this master class, Latour will focus on his recent work entitled Facing Gaia (emerging from Gifford Lectures at the University of Edinburgh lecture series and his upcoming book with the same title), where he addresses the complex relationship between nature and religion in the age of the Anthropocene.
Public workshop: “Political Ecology as Practice: A Regional Approach to the Anthropocene”
November 3-4, 2017
Location: Institute for the Humanities, 701 South Morgan, Stevenson Hall, University of Illinois at Chicago
Panels, Presentations, including:
Bruno Latour (Sciences Po, Paris) Keynote Speaker
November 4, 2017 AM: “Facing Gaia“
Please see preliminary program details: