All posts filed under ‘lecture

Atacameño Geologies: Subterranean Pluralities and Extractivist Un-Worlding in the Atacama Saltflat

Atacameño Geologies: Subterranean Pluralities and Extractivist Un-Worlding in the Atacama Saltflat Manuel Tironi (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile) Thursday 20th May 2021, 5-7pm GMTOnline Event | ZoomPlease Register with Eventbrite here: https://tinyurl.com/ybuffn4f In the Salar de Atacama, northern Chile, different forms of doing and knowing geology meet. In this talk, Manuel Tironi reflects on the […]

What Comes After Entanglement?

Friday 6th March 2020 | 4.30.00-6.30pm  Margaret Macmillan Building (MMB) 220Goldsmiths, University of LondonLondon SE14 6NW Part of the Pluralistic Variations Lecture SeriesOrganised by Martin Savransky (Sociology) What Comes After Entanglement? The Wrong Framing of the Question Drawing on examples from environmental and vegan activism, this paper asks what possibilities for action and intervention might exist in the wake of […]

Philosophy Without Grounding

Thursday 13th February 2020 | 4.30-6.30pmMargaret Macmillan Building (MMB) 220Goldsmiths, University of LondonLondon SE14 6NW All Welcome. Part of the Pluralistic Variations Lecture SeriesOrganised by Martin Savransky (Sociology) Philosophy without Grounding In the wake of the so-called “foundational crisis” in philosophy, one can discern at least two distinct responses. The first one gives up the idea […]

After Progress | Symposium Series

After Progress | Symposium Series 2019 In this forthcoming symposium series, we propose to experiment, from an interdisciplinary and global perspective, with a pressing question for our troubled times: can we reimagine human and more-than-human arts of living and flourishing from the ruins of the modern idea of progress? The notion of “progress” is arguably the defining […]

Theory of Metamorphosis

13th March 2019 | 5.00-7.00 pm Margaret Macmillan Building (MMB) 220 Goldsmiths, University of London London SE14 6NW Part of the Pluralistic Variations Lecture SeriesOrganised by Dr Martin Savransky (Sociology) Theory of Metamorphosis Since Darwin, we know that every biological identity is the result of a metamorphosis: every species is only a transformation of the […]

Around the Pluriverse in 9 Objects

Around the Pluriverse in 9 Objects: Cosmological Compositions for Critical Zones Wed 13th February 2019 | 4.30-6.30pm  Margaret Macmillan Building (MMB) 220 Goldsmiths, University of London London SE14 6NW Part of the Pluralistic Variations Lecture SeriesOrganised by Dr Martin Savransky (Sociology) This talk presents brief episodes of a history of the cosmos. Its immediate prompt […]