Geographer Rosemary Collard will be visiting UW-Madison on Friday, March 8th to participate in a writing workshop hosted by the Environmental Justice in a Multispecies World research group. We’re looking for participants interested in having their work-in-progress discussed during the workshop!
Whether you have an article, presentation, seminar paper, dissertation chapter, book project, or another ongoing project, please consider sharing your work-in-progress. This is an excellent chance to speak with researchers working across multiple fields, like Geography, Science and Technology Studies, History, Political Ecology, Literary Studies, Art, and Forest and Wildlife Ecology.
Send an email to Laura Perry, email@example.com by February 22nd, 2019 to express interest in sharing your work during the workshop. Drafts will be due by midnight, February 25th, so that papers can be pre-circulated to Rosemary Collard and workshop participants.
Rosemary Collard is an Assistant Professor of Geography at Simon Fraser University. Her research draws on multispecies fieldwork, feminist thought, and critical theory to examine the relationship between capitalism and biological life and the role this relationship plays in extinction and biodiversity loss. Find out more about her work and publications.
The Environmental Justice in a Multispecies World research group is supported by funding from the Holtz Center for Science & Technology Studies, the Center for the Humanities Borghesi-Mellon Workshop, and the Center for Culture, History, and Environment (CHE). We meet regularly to discuss readings and works-in-progress.
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