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CFP: Remembering Voices Lost

The (re)emergence of populism(s), the increase in hate speech, and the resurgence of ethnic and religious violence and xenophobia—in what Pankaj Mishra has called “the age of anger”—all evince a complex web of relations and gestures toward the Other, which call the project of modernity into question.

CFP: Multispecies Storytelling in Intermedial Practices

We face an unparalleled historical situation of global multispecies suffering, variously known as the Anthropocene, or the New Climatic Regime, and signalled by alarming states of exposure and precarity in more-than-human worlds. The question of how to nurture liveable futures for 'us' – while also asking who and what might be included in this 'us' and with what consequences – depends on our abilities and willingness to re-negotiate means of entering into relations and, indeed, conversations with nonhumans, be they other species, microbes or machines.

CFP: War and Peace: Militarism, Biopolitics and the Environment in East Asia

CALL FOR PAPERS The 6th International Symposium on Literature and Environment in East Asia War and Peace: Militarism, Biopolitics and the Environment in East Asia October 20-21, 2018 National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan In this context, we would like to invite proposals that explore the question of war and peace and the environment in East Asia, and beyond.

CFP: Ecology and Culture Mohamed I University

The Guiding Question: [How can Ecology be Communicated through Culture?] The natural environment is not only the air we breathe, the water that covers most of the earth's surface, the plants and animals around us, it is everything that makes up our surrounding and affects our ability to live on the earth. The environment is that magical biosphere that encompasses the interaction of all living species, humans and non-human animals, climate, and natural resources. 

CFP: Energy, Ecology, and the Culture of Cities

International Symposium at National Chung-Hsing University, Taichung, Taiwan November 23-24, 2018 There is a long tradition conceiving of the city as a kind of parasite – the seat of powerful elites which, as geographer Guy Brechin has argued with respect to San Francisco, syphon food, raw materials, and labor from the “contado,” as medieval Italians referred to the territory controlled by a particular city...