I'm happy to report that yesterday's EASLCE webinar with Dr Ursula Heise went well! In hindsight, it's easy to say that of course it did, why wouldn't it? The host was a high-profile and eloquent ecocritic, so I guess this was a pretty safe bet. Still, as a coordinator I do get a little … Continue reading Another Webinar in the Bag!
No, I'm not talking about my own blogging. I wish. Just wanted to recommend a few things from the blogosphere that I've read recently. Shit Academics Say spread Alison Coil's article in Wired on gender bias in research. Turns out male scientists have a hard time accepting the existence of gender bias in their own, … Continue reading Some Goog Bloggin’
This almost never happens. There are two very interesting conferences in Finland this fall, and they're both on the same dates. Dammit. I wrote a few posts back about applying for the Gender Studies conference at University of Jyväskylä, and just found out that my abstract was accepted! So, I'll be heading there at the … Continue reading Fall Conferencing
Geez I'm working with a fashionable topic! Credit: threedeepmarketing.com The Rachel Carson Center, one of the epicenters of ecocriticism in Europe, just published their newest Perspectives issue, which focuses on men and nature. The issue contains a Foreword by THE masculinities scholar Raewyn Connell, and an interesting Introduction, too. Credit: Rachel Carson Center. I'm so … Continue reading Men and Nature: Hegemonic Masculinities and Environmental Change
I'm very excited to announce the upcoming EASLCE webinar here on extremeresearcher! The webinar takes place already September 23, 19:30-21:00 CEST, and is hosted by Ursula Heise herself. Here's a condensed description of the webinar (in italics): At the beginning of the third millennium, humankind is confronting a mass extinction of species of a kind … Continue reading New Webinar: Narrative, Biodiversity, and Multispecies Theory