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Achuar women carrying their machetes and baskets full of yucca and plantains. Credit: Pachamama Alliance

Achuar women carrying their machetes and baskets full of yucca and plantains. Credit: Pachamama Alliance

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Anthropocene in the Midlands

07 Apr 2016 - 16 Jun 2016

 
How do local histories of industrialisation register in local geology? This course, formed of six sessions, explores how we account for and act upon the relationship between humans and other-than-human things.
 
All sessions will run from 6.30pm – 8.30pm unless otherwise stated.
 
Session 1: Thu 7 April: Introducing the Anthropocene with Alex Vasudevan, University of Nottingham. More >>
 
Session 2: Thu 21 April: Narrating the Anthropocene with Georgina Endfield and Martin Mahoney, University of Nottingham. More >>
 
Session 3: Thu 5 May: Art & Literature in the Nuclear Anthropocene' with Ele Carpenter, Goldsmiths and Daniel Cordle, NTU. More >>
 
Session 4: Thu 2 June: How Many Natures Can Nature Nurture? With artist Pedro Neves Marques. More >>
 
Session 5: Thu 9 June: Written in Stone. Exploring the Anthropocene thesis with members of the Anthropocene Working Group. More>>
 
Session 6: Thu 16 June: Day Study Trip to the British Geological Survey and a fracking exploration area led by Frack Free Notts.* More>>
 
*Please note this event is offsite. It's expected to start at 10am, returning to Nottingham at 6pm approx.
 
 
6.30pm. Free. Booking required

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Added Thursday, 19 May, 2016
Session 4 Thu 2 June - I would like to book for this talk. Thank you
Saxon A Barrie
 
Added Friday, 27 May, 2016
Hi Saxon, You can book onto this talk on Eventbrite - http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-study-sessions-how-many-natures-can-nature-nurture-tickets-22466301312?aff=ebrowse Thanks Rebecca
rmitchell

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