Online Event Series: Entanglements

The CLUE+ Environmental Humanities Center cordially invites you to the new online event series: ENTANGLEMENTS

12/10/2020 | 4:00 PM

The Environmental Humanities Center is excited to announce our brand new online event series, ENTANGLEMENTS. Bringing together scholars across time zones and disciplines, the series takes an exploratory approach to environmental issues and aims to allow as many people as possible to access some of the most exciting ideas in the field of environmental humanities and beyond. 

Thursday 11 March 2021 16:00hrs (CET)


210311 Entanglements

Thursday 11 February 2021 20:00hrs (CET)


Cara Daggett (Virginia Tech) “Petro-masculinity and Climate Defiance”
Far-right movements are on the rise worldwide, and many have embraced both misogynistic and anti-climate action positions. While these resentments are often treated separately, in this webinar, I will discuss their interconnections through the concept of petro-masculinity, which appreciates the historic role of fossil fuel systems in buttressing white patriarchal rule. Petro-masculinity also helps to clarify the appeal of climate defiance, an aggressive stance that I distinguish from the broader category of climate denial.

Ahead of this lecture, you are warmly welcome to join the new Entanglements Book Club, where we will be reading selections from Cara Daggett’s The Birth of Energy (2019).

Thursday 10 December 16:00-17:00hrs ECT

Prof. dr. Leonie Cornips "How a Dairy Cow Relates to Other Cows and Humans: The Opening of a Conversation"

This lecture will focus on how the dairy cow within the power dynamics of industrial farming, makes social meaning in her barn by relating to other cows and entering human(s) via a processually emergent quality arising from multiple assemblages of human and nonhuman elements, including material things, artefacts and spaces (Cornips & van den Hengel, in press).

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