News Subscribe to RSS Feed

“‘Polder-Geist’ & the Languages of Sustainability” (Nov. 13 & 14, 2018)

Published: Oct 31st, 2018

Simon Richter asks, Can the Dutch save our coastal cities? How do we translate the concept of sustainability? Getting Creative: Translation & Etymology as Cultural Narratives of Sustainability & Resilience… Read More

“Urban Paradise” (Nov. 14, 2018)

Published: Oct 30th, 2018

What will become of Miami? Filmmakers Jimmy Evans and Jack Edmondson’s “Urban Paradise” explores the realities of future sea level rise in South Florida.… Read More

“Uncommoning Nature” (Oct. 19, 2018)

Published: Oct 9th, 2018

A conversation with Marisol de la Cadena on building alliances of divergent interests.
Read More

“The World to Come: Art, Politics & Climate Change” (Oct. 19–20, 2018)

Published: Sep 12th, 2018

An interdisciplinary symposium on art, scientific fieldwork, and anthropological research in response to the greatest planetary crisis of our era.
Read More

“The World to Come” (Sept. 18, 2018–March 3, 2019)

Published: Aug 20th, 2018

Forty-five contemporary international artists chronicle an era of rapid, radical, and irrevocable ecological change.
Read More

“In Ecomedia Res + EcoTour” (Feb. 28 + Mar. 1)

Published: Feb 27th, 2018

Nicole Starosielski and Casey Boyle on digital heat and the end of time + an augmented reality tour of Paynes Prairie.
Read More

“Daring or Collusion?” (Feb. 23)

Published: Feb 10th, 2018

Jorge Volpi, Pedro Ángel Palou, and Eloy Urroz on the responsibilities of literature in an age of crises.
Read More

“Ecologies and Institutions” (Nov. 17)

Published: Nov 8th, 2017

Schuyler Esprit on redefining Digital Humanities and educational institutions in the Caribbean
Read More

“The Contexts of Climate Change” (Nov. 6-7)

Published: Nov 1st, 2017

Helen Hughes on “Glaciers, Nuclear Power & Documentary Film in Europe” + two film screenings at The Wooly (downtown Gainesville)
Read More

“The Past & Future of the Anthropocene” (Oct. 23-24)

Published: Oct 14th, 2017

Helmut Trischler and Franz Mauelshagen on the “human epoch” 
Read More