[csaa-forum] ICS Seminar Series semester 2 announced

Emily-Kate Ringle-Harris E.Ringle-Harris at westernsydney.edu.au
Tue Jun 21 13:25:55 ACST 2016

Semester 2 of the ICS Seminar Series starts on 14 July with an exciting range of speakers and topics.

Check http://www.westernsydney.edu.au/ics/events/seminars/ics_seminar_series for the latest details or email e.ringle-harris at westernsydney.edu.au if you would like to receive our weekly seminar flyers.

Seminars take place on Thursdays, 11.30am-1pm at Western Sydney University Parramatta campus (South), followed by lunch.

Thursday 14 July
Jack Parkin (ICS)
The Algorithmic Geographies of Bitcoin: Material Architectures of a 'Decentralised' Code-Money

Thursday 21 July
Leah Gibbs (University of Wollongong)
Nonhuman Agency and Human-shark Encounter

Thursday 28 July
Denis Byrne (ICS)
Coastal Reclamation as an Anthropocene Marker? An Elizabeth Bay Case Study

Thursday 4 August
Abby Lopes (ICS, Western Sydney University)
Design as an Ecological Practice

Thursday 11 August
Deborah Stevenson (ICS)
Urban Cultural Policy and the Structure of Creative Practice

Thursday 18 August
James Goodman (UTS)
Social Change and Climate Agency: Towards a Climate Dialectic?

Thursday 25 August
Sheree Gregory (ICS, Western Sydney University)
Barriers to Women's Employment Participation in the Cultural Industries

Thursday 1 September
Sebastian Martin-Valdez (ICS)
Politics by Other Means: Human Rights and Media Reform in Argentina

Thursday 8 September
Jessica Whyte (ICS, Western Sydney University)
Inventing Collateral Damage

Thursday 15 September
Astrida Neimanis (University of Sydney)
Water as a Planetary Archive of Feeling

Thursday 22 September
Grant Bollmer (University of Sydney)
The Genealogy of Connection and the Uses of Affect

Thursday 29 September
Emma Kowal (Deakin University)
Haunting Biology: Science and Indigeneity in Australia

Thursday 6 October
Louise Crabtree, Liam Magee, Ann Hill and Emma Power (ICS, Western Sydney University)
Thinking in Common: the Commons

Thursday 13 October
Jenny Pickerill (University of Sheffield)
Black and Green: the Future of Indigenous and Environmental Relations in Australia

Thursday 20 October
Cecelia Cmielewski (ICS)
Case Studies from the Arts in a Multicultural Australia

Thursday 27 October
Céline Granjou (IRSTEA Grenoble)
Sociology of the Future? On Anticipating the Shared Futures of Nature and Society


Seminar Committee:
- Gay Hawkins: g.hawkins at westernsydney.edu.au
- Timothy Neale: t.neale at westernsydney.edu.au
- Ben Dibley: b.dibley at westernsydney.edu.au
- Tsvetelina Hristova: t.hristova at westernsydney.edu.au

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