POLLEN Reverse Plenary

With over 90 sessions and more than 1000 participants, POLLEN2020 included people from around the world in panels and workshops. Four keynote sessions explored pressing themes: Covid-19, Black ecologies, conservation and feminism. At the end, we asked participants to share their reactions in a 'Reverse Plenary' by Twitter (#POLLENreverseplenary) and email. The responses have been … Continue reading POLLEN Reverse Plenary

Keynote sessions at POLLEN20

We’re excited to announce four keynote sessions at the POLLEN20 conference! Follow the links below for details of each session. Update: You can now watch video of keynote sessions on YouTube. KEYNOTE 1: POLITICAL ECOLOGIES OF COVID-1922 September at 16.00-18.00 BST (UK time), Hummingbird Stage Roundtable with Melissa Leach, Patricia Lopez and Abigail Neely, Jonathan … Continue reading Keynote sessions at POLLEN20

Research storytelling: a beginner’s guide – a workshop at POLLEN20

This interactive workshop takes place on 22 September at 12.30-3.30pm UK time (BST).  This event is hosted externally, using Zoom. You must register in advance to receive the Zoom link: Register for this event About the workshop Stories are the backbone of literature, film-making, politics, media, and sports, as well as our own lives. Through … Continue reading Research storytelling: a beginner’s guide – a workshop at POLLEN20

‘Troubling Waterscapes’ goes live and invites contributions

Online exhibition, part of the POLLEN 2020 unconferencing stream, goes live and invites conference attendees to think with us about troubling human and more-than-human water relations. About the exhibition As part of the POLLEN 2020 unconferencing stream, Troubling Waterscapes is an exploration into the possibilities of troubling dominant representations and experiences of water. It is … Continue reading ‘Troubling Waterscapes’ goes live and invites contributions

POLLEN20: Submissions and registration temporarily closed

Following the announcement earlier this week, the conference system is no longer accepting session submissions at this time, while the organizers take some time to consider carefully alternative arrangements for hosting the conference. We will be updating registered delegates, session organisers and the wider POLLEN community about the new plan for the conference as our … Continue reading POLLEN20: Submissions and registration temporarily closed