Special Issue of Resilience on Environmental Futurities now available
A History of Environmental Futurity: Special Issue Introduction (pp. 1-20)
Susie O'Brien and Cheryl Lousley
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Global Futures Past: Our Common Future, Postcolonial Times, and Worldly Ecologies(pp. 21-42)
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Resilience Stories: Narratives of Adaptation, Refusal, and Compromise (pp. 43-65)
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Prayers on the Record: Mobilizing Indigenous Futures and Discourses of Spirituality in Canada's Pipeline Hearings (pp. 66-93)
Patricia H. Audette-Longo
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Fantastic Futures? Cli-fi, Climate Justice, and Queer Futurity (pp. 94-110)
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Fields of Dreams (pp. 111-126)
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Climate Change Fiction and the Future of Memory: Speculating on Nathaniel Rich's Odds against Tomorrow (pp. 127-146)
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Another Poetry Is Possible: Will Alexander, Planetary Futures, and Exopoetics (pp. 147-165)
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CFP: Accelerated Academy #4
Academic Timescapes: Perspectives, Reflections, Responsibilities
May 24-25, 2018, Villa Lanna, Prague, Czech Academy of Sciences
After meetings in Prague, Warwick and Leiden, the fourth Accelerated Academy conference calls for a more nuanced perspective in order to advance our understanding of academic temporalities as experienced, understood, controlled, managed, imagined and contested across different institutional contexts. The question of temporality – the human perception and social organization of time – in and of the academy has been attracting considerable attention across the social sciences in recent decades. Notable accounts have demonstrated that time is an important research object potentially offering new insights into the complex and shifting nature of the contemporary academy and its future. Existing studies tend to stress how pressures intrinsic to the imperatives of the knowledge economy and academic/epistemic capitalism co-shape policies and subsequently impact how time is perceived and experienced on the level of individuals and institutions, leading to concerns over their temporal relation to wider society. Taking the cue from the long tradition of sociology of time the conference aims to tackle various pressing question in the emerging field of the social studies of academic time. The conference will address the following themes but the organizers welcome other cognate problematics:
· Theorizations and different disciplinary takes on temporality in academia
· (Possible) methods of inquiring into academic temporalities
· Temporal design(s), temporal policies
· Temporal justice vs/and temporal autonomy
· The promises and limits of ‘the slow’ in academia
· Temporalities in/of teaching; temporalities in/of research – tensions, complementarities, (in)compatibilities
· Temporal interfaces with wider society and its implications for science communication
· Temporality of science communication via social media
· Digitalization, temporal intersections and emerging temporalities in academia
· Temporality, metrics, evaluations
Please submit short abstract (250 words) and bio to email@example.com by 28 February 2018. We intend to generate an edited volume from the conference so please indicate whether you’d be interested in contributing to the volume.
Organized by Centre for Science, Technology, and Society Studies, Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences & University of Minho, Research Centre on Communication Studies (CECS).
Funded by Czech Science Foundation, Czech Academy of Sciences (Strategie AV21) & Portuguese Science Foundation, CECS, University of Minho.
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