Leverhulme Doctoral Scholarships Centre for Water Cultures – Great Flood Stories and What They Teach Us: Applying Lessons from Cross-Cultural Diluvial Traditions (closing 24 January 2024)

Applications are invited for a funded 4-year PhD studentship to start in September 2024. Closing date for applications is Wednesday, 24 January 2024. Apply for this scholarship. This is an exciting opportunity for an ambitious, talented and enthusiastic researcher to conduct interdisciplinary research in order to advance thinking within the area of blue-green humanities. Despite … Read more

Call for Papers

Canada, Ireland, and Transatlantic Colonialism: Historical Perspectives. Extended Deadline From May 28 to May 30, 2024, St. Michael’s College, in the University of Toronto, in partnership with the Department of Foreign Affairs of Ireland, will be hosting a conference titled: “Canada, Ireland, and Transatlantic Colonialism: Historical Perspectives.” The themes of the conference include– Ireland and … Read more

Resilience and reconstruction: Histories of the present @ Copenhagen (30 Nov – 1 Dec 2023)

Contemplating Post-Traumatic Futures: Indigenous History, Eco-Trauma, and Traumas of Technological Change (30 November to 1 December 2023) Joy Porter has been invited to speak at the ‘Resilience and Reconstruction Workshop at the Centre for Culture & the Mind’, University of Copenhagan, Denmark. Programme Abstracts and bios Event details This conference will be held from 30 November … Read more

How Sustainable Is American Farming and Can Indigenous Agroecology Solve Its Key Challenges? @ UCL (14 November 2022)

‘How Sustainable Is American Farming and Can Indigenous Agroecology Solve Its Key Challenges?‘ (in-person event) Abstract Almost 10 billion people are predicted to exist on Earth by 2050—that is about 3 billion more who will need to be fed compared to 2010. However, expanding our current agriculture systems is not a sustainable solution to this … Read more