Solidarity is a key theme today, especially given its widespread failures as well as its numerous and multi-scalar forms, often provoked by current political developments. How can solidarity be described in the era of Brexit, the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States and regressions into exclusive nationalism and authoritarianism, such as … Continue reading Call for Papers: Solidarity
FINAL Call for papers The Lives and Afterlives of Plastic: A nearly carbon-neutral conference June 26th – July 14th 2017 Keynotes We are proud to announce the following internationally acclaimed keynotes: Richard C. Thompson, Professor of Marine Biology, Plymouth University Gay Hawkins, Professor of Cultural Studies, Western Sydney University Ian C. Shaw, Professor of … Continue reading Last call for papers: The Lives and Afterlives of Plastic
On January 31, prof Martin Jones (Geography, Sheffield) will give a ‘Wageningen Geography Lecture’, entitled: “Pinning a Butterfly to a Board”? Assemblage, Assembling, Plasticity Martin Jones’s work is probably of interest to a range of people in the centre, please feel welcome to drop by. In Lumen 2, at 16:00, with drinks and bites … Continue reading Wageningen Geography Lectures
“Not that I condone fascism, or any ism for that matter. Isms, in my opinion, are not good.” -Ferris Bueller Intimidated by all the “isms” out there these days? Searching for some clarity through the minefield of contemporary social theory? Then this course may be for you: Critical Perspectives on Social Theory 21 February – … Continue reading PhD Course: Critical Perspectives on Social Theory
You are all cordially invited to join the first CSPS Latin America cluster activity, which will be an informal afternoon meeting with two Mexican human rights defenders Cristina Auerbach and Esmeralda Saldaña who work in the field of mining/energy conflicts. They are in Holland on the invitation of PBI and would like to share their experiences with interested scholars and students. … Continue reading Latin America cluster: meeting with Mexican human rights defenders
The Art of the Abstract CSPS Writing Workshop 13:00-16:00, 17 November 2016 Location C75 Writing a good abstract for a conference presentation is an important yet underappreciated academic skill. Attending regular conferences is one of the most effective ways to build your professional network and your abstract is both what gets you in the door … Continue reading CSPS Writing Workshop
The Value of Life: Measurement, Stakes, Implications International Conference Hotel de Wageningsche Berg Wageningen, The Netherlands 28-30 June 2017 EXTENDED REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 15 JANUARY 2017 Confirmed Keynote Speakers: Katherine Gibson, Western Sydney University Annemarie Mol, University of Amsterdam How to properly conceive of, value, measure, sustain and improve on ‘life’ – in its myriad forms and at … Continue reading CfP: The Value of Life: Measurement, Stakes, Implications, 28 – 30 June 2017
This is a gentle reminder to please send in your abstracts for our internal WUR launch event of the Centre for Space, Place and Society (CSPS) by 15 Sept. to firstname.lastname@example.org. Anna Tsing and Scott Prudham, our first CSPS Visiting Fellows, have been confirmed as keynote speakers. We look forward to hearing from you soon! The Future of Critique: Critical Social Science … Continue reading Reminder: Call for Papers
All CSPS members are invited to an opening reception on 20 June from 17:00 to 19:00 on the Lumen Terrace. Refreshments will be provided!
Dr Raoul Bianchi will be visiting from 19-20 September 2016. He will be giving guest lectures in MSc Leisure, Tourism and Environment courses on Marxian perspectives on tourism studies and tourism practices. More information will be provided soon.