‘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

CfP POLLEN20 –Waterscape, hydrosocial territory and other water words. Theorising space in the political ecology of water: Opportunities and challenges

Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN 20) Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration Brighton, United Kingdom 24-26 June 2020 Session organizers If you would like to contribute, please send abstracts (250 words maximum) to Silvia Flaminio (silvia.flaminio@unil.ch) and Gaële Rouillé-Kielo (gaele.rouille@parisnanterre.fr) by 15th November, 2019. Session description Over the past two decades, various … Continue reading CfP POLLEN20 –Waterscape, hydrosocial territory and other water words. Theorising space in the political ecology of water: Opportunities and challenges