Please join us for the first Environmental Humanities reading group, which will take place on Wednesday 6thDecember, from 3-5pm at Birmingham School of Art (room G.01).
For this first session we will be reading chapter 1 of Bruno Latour’s The Politics of Nature (2004). If you would like to attend but don’t have the time to read in advance please feel free to join us nevertheless – all contributions are welcome, and this first meeting will be a good opportunity to share research interests as well as discuss the text itself.
The reading group and has been organised under the umbrella of the new research cluster in Art, Ethics and Ecologies, which will meet on a more formal basis in 2018. While housed at the School of Art, both the reading group and the research cluster seek to create inclusive spaces for conversations that cross disciplinary boundaries and extend beyond the boundaries of the university. The group is open to all staff, students and members of the public, so please feel free to share this announcement far and wide.
If you’d like to be kept informed of the activities of the research cluster, or simply get hold of the text for the next meeting, please e-mail Theo.Reeves-Evison@bcu.ac.uk and your wishes shall be fulfilled.