Upcoming conferences & other events

Video: Cockroach Tour at the London Science Museum

Here are some upcoming conferences/calls I’d like to pass on… while I’m looking for the paper notebook in which I wrote the latest blogpost. Disadvantages of analog-to-digital blogging…

International Symposium
Humanities After Fukushima: Dialogues between Cultural Studies and Philosophy in the Post-Nuclear Age of Critical Junctures
28 October 2011 – 30 October 2011
Birkbeck College, Main Building, Malet Street, WC1E 7HX, London.

Public event: ‘All things bright and small’. An evening of presentations and exhibitions by the Institute of Making, King’s College. 24 October 2011, 7-10pm. Free entry, but pre-booking required.

Science Museums Lates: London Science Festival Closing Party, featuring the ‘Cockroach Tour’, which allows visitors to experience another take on climate change from the perspective of the cockroach… almost literally, as you get to don costumes! 26 October, 6:45-10 pm. No pre-booking required, first-come (apparently).

Call for Papers: “Out of the Ruins: The University to Come”. The deadline for submissions is 15 February 2012.

‘Careful! Risk’ Art and Science / Art and the production of knowledge – Perspectives for Art Academies. 9-11 November 2011, Braunschweig University of Art.

Minding Animals Conference 2: Building Bridges Between Science, the Humanities and Ethics. 4-6 July 2012.

Art-Science Residency, University of Singapore

First International Conference of “Science Art”, Moscow State University. 4-5 April 2012.

RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2012 ‘Security of geography/geography of security’, 3 July 2012 – 5 July 2012

Feel free to add related events you know of!


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