Centre for Cultural Ecologies
What We Do
The Centre for Cultural Ecologies aims to provide a forum at the interface of the sciences and the humanities for research concerned with world-making practices, insofar as these impact on and trouble the distinction between natural and cultural systems.
‘Cultural’ ecologies captures debates surrounding not only the ‘natural’ environment and the depletion of planetary ecosystems, but also issues pertaining to the technological-cultural ecosystems in which human life exists. ‘Ecologies’ encompass both human and non-human lifeworlds in their interrelationships and interdependencies. By thinking cultural questions through models of ecology, and ecology as (also) a problem of culture, the Centre brings perspectives and methodologies from the critical humanities to bear on pressing contemporary social and environmental issues.
Thursday 14 February 2019
- Feminist Narratives: Shaping Futures for the End-Game 4:00pm to 6:00pm, ER146, Elvet Riverside 1, Emily Spiers (Lancaster; invited by the Centre for Cultural Ecologies)