Tag: publics

My notes on Liboiron, M., Tironi, M., & Calvillo, N. (2018). Toxic politics: Acting in a permanently polluted world. Social studies of science, 48(3), 331-349. The authors of this paper take “a permanently polluted world” as their starting point. It is one where toxicity is ubiquitous, even if unevenly distributed. Unfortunately, “[t]he tonnage, ubiquity and longevity of […]

Annual International Conference, London, 26–29 August, 2014 Royal Geographical Society (RGS) with Institute of British Geographers (IBG) CFP: Geographies of Public-Art Co-Production: Let Us Talk about Public Art, but Where Are the Publics? Sponsored session by the Space, Sexualities & Queer Research Group (SSQRG) Update: seeing the current SSQRG sponsorship of this session, we actively seek […]