International workshop, CUNY Public Science, May 2nd, 2014.
Audio recordings of some of the papers presented at the symposium can be found below.
Anatoli Ignatov - How Land Speaks: Orature and ecological change
Michelle Bastian - Multi Species Methods: Participatory research and the more-than-human
Gwendolyn Blue - Animal Publics: Political subjectivity after the human subject. View the Powerpoint slides here.
Aaron Goodfellow - ‘It’s a Killing Machine Just Waiting for You’: Chemical dependency, slave narratives, and biological citizenship in Baltimore Maryland
Naveeda Khan - From Metamorphosis to Sentience in Plants: Two approaches
Ali Lara - Spicy and Thermoception: The affective experience of eating street food
Ananya Mukherjea & Jeffrey Bussolini - La Vie en Commun: Cat Yoga
Catherine D’Ignazio - The Babbling Brook
Andres Marquez-Lara - Imagining and Embodying ‘Others’: How theater helps us explore the relationship between humans and non-present, non-human and non-living ‘others’. View the powerpoint slides for the Pecha-Kucha presentation here.
Amy Hicks - With the Animal in Mind: Searching for the girl with the hairy paw
Rita Turner - Re‐Imagining Human Relationships with the More‐Than‐Human World
Fernando Quigua and Joshua W. Clegg - Toward an Aesthetic Science
Elan Abrell: Collaborative Rescue:Non-human agency in animal sanctuaries
Plenary discussion: with Jane Bennett, Maria Torre, Julian Brigstocke, Rachel Liebert.