4-5.30pm. ‘Unlonely Planet: Entangling for Good in Tourism Nature Cultures’. Presented by Kellee Caton, Thompson Rivers University, with Ana Maria Munar, Graham Huggan, Dominic Lapointe, Christine Lundberg, Vassilios Ziakas & Ilia Alvarado-Sizzo.
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3-4.30pm. Conversation Series Event to interrogate the exclusionary conditions of current economic models and consider disabled people’s marginalisation across social policy areas.
4-5.30pm. Art and Extractivism seminar. Organised by Maria Rovisco with Paula Serafini and Veronica Sekules, of GroundWork gallery which participated in the project EXTRACTION: ART ON THE EDGE OF THE ABYSS. Postponed from March. Click here for more info.
ARTS: Event. 3-5pm. Organised by Maria Rovisco in collaboration with Layla Bloom, curator at the Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery, University of Leeds. With invited artists, activists and scholars. Stage 1 @ PCI.
Gurminder Bhambra and John Holmwood present and debate their much anticipated text Colonialism and Modern Social Theory. With respondents Manuela Boatcă, S.Sayyid, and Adrian Favell. Co-organised with CERS.
3-5pm. A book launch discussion featuring Katy Wright’s new book with Routledge, Community Resilience: A Critical Approach. With Iain Wilkinson, Ioana Sendriou, Sébastien Nobert and Adrian Favell.
4-5.30pm. Dominic Lapointe, UQàM. Territories, Biopolitics and Tourism : Moving Subjectivities in Place. The second in a species series exploring the cutting edge of critical mobilities theory. Organised by Rodanthi Tzanelli. Click here to find link.
4-5.30pm. On Eduardo Kohn, How Forest’s Think. Discussion group on social and political theory in the face of the (no) future. Organised by Katy Wright and Greg Hollin. Click here for link.
UPDATED TIME 4-5.30pm. Organised by Adrian Favell. Click here for details.
3-4.15pm. At this online event, Dr Mark Davis (Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Leeds) and Bruce Davis (Co-founder and Joint Managing Director, Abundance Investment) discuss their new book Crowdfunding and the Democratization of Finance (Bristol University Press).
3-4.30pm. The third discussion in our series on critical theory in the face of global environmental catastrophe, on the key French thinker, Bruno Latour.