perhaps 2014 will be the year where geophilosophy makes a formidable appearance… Stay tuned for our 2014 AAG D & G panel contribution.
Elizabeth Johnson, Harlan Morehouse and myself are putting together some sessions at the 2014 AAG around the relationship between Geophilosophy and Geography, and particularly what we are calling the Geo-Social.
Please circulate the below CFP to anyone you think may be interested.
Geophilosophy and the Geo-Social
Call for Panels/Papers
Harlan Morehouse, University of Minnesota
Rory Rowan, Wageningen University
There is a growing consensus that in the 21st century the planet is no longer the concern of geologists and climate scientists alone, but that philosophical and social thought must also increasingly engage with planetary concerns. Emergent literatures across the social sciences and humanities are struggling to generate new conceptual frameworks and research strategies to adequately account for the complex knots that bind social, geological, biological and technological forces together, as well as the catastrophic potentials that reside within them (see, for example: Braun and Whatmore…
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