Deanthrocentric Materialism and the Politics of Matter (Programme)

INHA (online), 19 and 26 March, 2 April 2021

Webinar #1. MATTER and INDUSTRY: March, 19th, 2021

3.00-3.10. Welcome address and introduction.
3.10-3.40. Keynote address: Dr Kirsty Sinclair Dootson (University of St Andrews) “What Colour is the Anthropocene?”
3.40-4.00. Questions
4.00-4.20. Malin Palani (Independent Artist and Scholar) “Sub(e)mergence: Underwater Objects within Uncanny Worlds”
4.20-4.40. Dr. Siobhan Angus (Yale University) “Material Intimacies and Petrocapitalist Imaginaries in Warren Cariou’s Petrographs”
4.40-5.00. Questions

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Meeting ID: 945 4042 1339
Passcode: 420909

Webinar #2. BODIES THAT MATTER, March, 26th , 2021

Chair: Danielle Carr (Columbia University)
3.10 -3.30. Sourav Kargupta (Independent Scholar), “Towards a Decolonial Idea of Nonhuman ‘Resistive Materiality’: Two Moments in the Oeuvre of Gayatri Spivak”
3.30-3.50. Tina Sikka (Newcastle University), “Covid-19 through the lens of feminist new materialism”
3.50-4.10. Lara Cox, “The Sculptural Paintings of Amy Sherald: A Matter for Intersectional Feminism”
4.10-4.30. QuestionsRegister on Enventbrite:

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Meeting ID: 993 0616 7716
Passcode: 190638

Webinar #3. TELLING MATTER, April 2nd, 2021

2. 30-3.00. Keynote : Ariane Fennetaux (Université de Paris)
3.00-3.15: Questions
3.15-3.35. Tim Gupwell (Université Paul-Valéry, Montpellier 3) ‘Everything is alive.’ Vibrant matter in the non-fiction of D.H. Lawrence
3. 35-3.55. Constance Pompié (Université Paul-Valéry, Montpellier 3), “Matter that matters: the aesthetics of materiality in Sarah Hall’s Haweswater and How to Paint a Dead Man
3. 55-4.15. Questions

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Meeting ID: 944 1195 5412
Passcode: 136898 

This webinar is part of a larger project co-created by Sarah Gould (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, EA 4100 – HiCSA – histoire culturelle et sociale de l’art), Diane Leblond (Université de Lorraine, EA 2338 – IDEA Interdisciplinarité dans les études anglophones), and Estelle Murail (EA 7403, Institut Catholique de Paris, LARCA – UMR 8225, Université de Paris).

Find out more on our blog:

You can watch our first and second webinar series (‘Our Extended Bodies, Ourselves’ and ‘Anthrodecentrism: Humans as Footnotes in Time and Space’) on the IDEA YouTube channel: 

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