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UK Premier | Film Screening + Discussion 9th February 2023, 6-8.30pmCinema Room. Richard Hoggart Building. Goldsmiths, University of LondonFree. All Welcome.Please register here. (Registration required due to limited capacity). The MA Ecology, Culture & Society is delighted to invite you to the UK premier film screening and student-led discussion of COEXTINCTION, a documentary by Elena […]

The Emergence of Composite Ethnography: Collaborative Methods for the Anthropocene

Kregg Hetherington (Concordia) TEACH OUT! Wednesday 30th Nov, 5-7pm | Goldsmiths Student Union Lounge (1st Floor) | Goldsmiths, University of London All welcome! Registration required. This presentation explores the emergence of a new style of collaborative research and experimental form which I refer to as “composite ethnography.” Using examples from the longstanding project at Concordia […]

Out Now! After Progress

Available for purchase here.Special issue available here. After Progress, the latest Sociological Review Monograph, examines what it might take for us to learn to think and live after progress, “arguably the defining idea of modernity”, and one that the Monograph’s editors suggest that “we cannot live with but do not know how to live without”. […]

Pure Thought in the Physical System: Rough Metaphysics and the Earth

Pure Thought in the Physical System: Rough Metaphysics and the Earth Peter Skafish (Institute of Speculative and Critical Inquiry) 24th March 2022, 4-6pmTEACH OUTMorocco Bound Bookshop1A Morocco Street, London SE1 3HBFree event. Registration required: here.(NB– This will be an in-person only event). The philosophical humanities and critical art practice began in the last years to […]

After Progress Digital Exhibition

After 2 years of hard work, the After Progress digital exhibition has now launched! A companion to the After Progress (2022) monograph, published by The Sociological Review, the After Progress Digital Exhibition is the result of a multiplicity of collective efforts to weave together collaborative and multimedia forms of storytelling that might help us envisage ways […]

Beyond Reason: Postcolonial Theory and the Social Sciences

Beyond Reason: Postcolonial Theory and the Social Sciences A Roundtable Tue 15th June, 5.30-7.30pm GMTZoom Event. All Welcome. Please register here: In this bold and ambitious new book, Beyond Reason: Postcolonial Theory and the Social Sciences (Oxford University Press, 2021), Sanjay Seth maintains that while the knowledge disseminated by universities and mobilized by states to […]