The Wabunowin Dawn Society in collaboration with the University of Vermont Environmental Program and the Steven Rubenstein Professorship for Environment and Natural Resources will be screening the new documentary “Awake, […]
Middlebury College professor emeritus and author John Elder gave the second Eco-Arts and Humanities talk this year, at Ira Allen Chapel on October 18, 2017. It was entitled “Stay together,/learn […]
Here’s a brief report on some developments in the Environmental Arts and Humanities at the University of Vermont connected to BASTA!, the Lattie Coor Environmental Humanities Fellows, and the Steven Rubenstein […]
Re-posted from Immanence: Since it’s the Holocene that has provided the conditions for the (human-led) biogeochemical experimentation that has now likely achieved a runaway state, and since “Holocene” was never anything […]
UVM’s Rubenstein School, Environmental Program, Department of Art and Art History, and Lattie Coor Fellows in Environmental Humanities are happy to co-host eco-artist, engineer, and environmental health physician Natalie Jeremijenko […]
Rachel Jones at Seven Days has written a nice piece on the 6X Howl organized by BASTA! in connection with Sixth Extinction author Elizabeth Kolbert’s visit to the University of Vermont. […]
Here are my meeting notes from the February 17 meeting of BASTA!: Bridging the Arts, Sciences, and Theoretical Humanities for the Anthropocene Location: Bittersweet House, 12:00-1:00 pm; approx. 14 in […]
McKenzie Wark gets at some very important issues in what we might call “the ontology of the Anthropocene” in this review of Jason Moore’s book Capitalism in the Web of Life.
Here are my notes from the November 2 meeting of BASTA.
1. BASTA! was successful in obtaining a Multi-disciplinary Collegial Network grant from the UVM Humanities Center to organize a series of meetings (with food) over the course of this coming year. The next […]