Deterritorialising the Future: A symposium on heritage in, of and after the Anthropocene
14th September 2018, 9:30 – 17:30
Senate House London
What does it mean to conserve, collect, curate or interpret ‘the past’ in the shadow of the Anthropocene? How might we reimagine issues of care, vulnerability, diversity and inheritance in this new geological/conceptual framework? Drawing on current investigative work in the environmental humanities, comparative literature, media studies, archaeology, museology, and cultural geography, this transdisciplinary symposium seeks to ‘deterritorialise’ the future by exploring new modes of doing and thinking heritage in more-than-human worlds.
- Cecilia Åsberg, Stockholm University
- Denis Byrne, Western Sydney University
- Rick Crownshaw, Goldsmiths University of London
- Caitlin DeSilvey, University of Exeter
- Christina Fredengren, Stockholm University
- Franklin Ginn, University of Bristol
- Þóra Pétursdóttir, University of Tromsø
- Mary Thomas, Ohio State University
- Adrian Van Allen, Musee du Quai Branly
- Kathryn Yusoff, Queen Mary University of London
- Joanna Zylinska, Goldsmiths University of London
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The symposium will be preceded by a public lecture from Professor Claire Colebrook, Penn State University, on Thursday 13th September. See the AHRC Heritage Research Events Page for further details.
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