Anthropocene Islands talks 



Some forthcoming talks:-


Jonathan Pugh will be talking about the ‘Anthropocene Islands’ project at the 12th International Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS 12), International Institute for Asian Studies, Kyoto, August 24 to 27, 2021https://www.iias.asia/events/icas-12 (Details forthcoming).




Institute of British Geographers/Royal Geographical Society Annual Conference 31st August-3rd Sept. 


There will be two ‘Anthropocene Islands’ sessions (with papers from Ian Bethell Bennett; Amina Ghezal; Liam Saddington; Steven Harry; Delilah Griswold; Jonathan Pugh and David Chandler).


Jonathan Pugh and David Chandler will also be in conversation about the book ‘Anthropocene Islands: Entangled Worlds’ with Stephanie Wakefield, Amina Ghezal, Delilah Griswold, Jamie Lorimer, Michele Lobo, Elizabeth DeLoughrey and Kevin Grove. (Details forthcoming).




Jonathan Pugh will be interviewed by Erica Angliker (ICS-London) and Lilian Laky (University of Sao Paulo), 28th Sept 2021. The interview will launch the publication of the volume "Questions of Insularity" in the journal Mare Nostrum. It will also be transmitted though the youtube channel. (Details forthcoming).



7th November, 2021. Panel discussion of ‘Anthropocene Islands, Entangled Worlds’. Global Anthropocene Conference. https://phiso.org/2021/01/26/phiso2021-free-virtual-international-conference-on-global-anthropocene/ (details forthcoming).



1st December, 2021. 12 midday GMT. Jonathan Pugh will disscuss ‘Anthropocene Islands, Entangled Worlds’. Multispecies Seminar Series. Chiang Mai University. 



Jonathan Pugh will be leading ‘Anthropocene Islands’ sessions 

at the following forthcoming conferences. 

Email Jonathan.pugh@ncl.ac.uk if you are interested in being involved


18th ‘Islands of the World’ conference. 13-17th June, 2022. Zadar. Croatia. http://www.isisa.org/


International Geographical Union Congress. 18-22nd July, 2022. Paris. France. https://www.ugiparis2022.org/

 




Taster of the book ‘Anthropocene Islands’ (34 mins)



Longer talk on ‘Anthropocene Islands’ (1 hr 18 mins)



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