My new paper on multispecies justice and utopianism has just been published (online first) in Environmental Politics. The link to the paper is here.
For a pre-print, please go to my Publications.
My new co-authored paper, which is the result of a research stay at the University of Sydney in 2019, has just been published (online first) in Environmental Politics. The link to the paper is here.
I have just signed a contract with Cambridge University Press to publish my forthcoming book on utopias in the Anthropocene. The book will hopefully appear in late 2021/early 2022.
My new book, edited with Mihaela Mihai, has just been published. You can find it here: Political Violence and the Imagination: Complicity, Memory and Resistance. Abingdon/New York: Routledge, 2020.
As of mid-June 2020, I serve as Co-Director of Research in the School of Social and Political Science. This job is shared with Prof Toby Kelly.
CRITIQUE, the new research centre in the School of Social and Political Science, will be hosting a workshop around my ongoing manuscript dedicated to utopias in the Anthropocene. Commentators include Prof Neil Walker (Law), Prof Elizabeth Bomberg (Politics and International Relations) and Andy Hom (Politics and International Relations). The event will take place online, on June 12, 2020.
I have been awarded a Leverhulme Research Fellowship for a project entitled “Utopias in the Anthropocene”. Work on this project will start in earnest in 2021.
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