Cardiff Environmental Cultures and Environmental Justice Research Unit Reading Group on Dipesh Chakrabarty’s The Climate of History in a Planetary Age (2021). May 5th 2021.
Cardiff Environmental Cultures and Environmental Justice Research Unit Reading Group on Kathryn Yussof’s A Billion Black Anthropocenes or None. March 10th 2021.
‘Environmental Activism Workshop’ for students taking eco-modules at Cardiff University. The workshop featured presentations by Prof. Allen Webb (University of Western Michigan), Emma Lewins (SOS-UK), Hannah Penwright (Cardiff University) and Dr Sophia Hatzisavvidou (University of Bath). 23rd February 2021.
Cardiff BookTalk in association with Cardiff ScienceHumanities — Susan M. Gaines’ Accidentals. Martin Willis, Frank Hailer and novelist Susan M. Gaines discussed this contemporary novel that addresses some of the most pressing environmental and political issues of our times. February 17th 2021.
‘Politicising Environments: a workshop on politics and the environment’. Four informal 10-15 minute presentations from four scholars, each followed by questions, and then culminating in plenary discussion. Our conversations were prompted by contributions from Wilko Hardenberg (MPIWG), Anna Hornidge (DIE), Flora Roberts (Cardiff), and Aidan Tynan (Cardiff). February 12th 2021
Professional Development Seminar on ‘Embedding environmental issues in non-eco modules’ with contributions from Aidan Tynan, Ceri Sullivan, Jamie Castell, David Shackleton and Allen Webb. December 15th 2020.
ScienceHumanities Unscripted – The Environmental Humanities. December 7th 2020.
Environmental Activism Workshop with Professor Allen Webb (Western Michigan University). November 17th 2020.
ScienceHumanities Unscripted: The role of the humanities during the pandemic. 16th November 2020.
Martin Willis and Keir Waddington, visit to the Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Amsterdam, March 2020.
Keir Waddington, ‘Interdisciplinary Working(s)’, Cardiff Futures, February 2020.
Martin Willis and Keir Waddington, The ScienceHumanities and Interdisciplinary Research, HVUK, 13-14th February.
Martin Willis and Keir Waddington, ‘There are two ways of telling this story’, AIS conference, Amsterdam, 24-26th October 2019.
Roundtable discussion on the Technosphere, Duke University, 19th June 2019.
Cardiff-Duke ScienceHumanities Symposium. 18th June 2019.
ScienceHumanities International Summer School. 20-24th May 2019.
ScienceHumanities Populations Workshop. 10th April 2019.
James Castell (with Wilko Graf von Hardenberg), Transnational Conceptions of Nature and Ecology, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science
James Castell & Keir Waddington, Roundtable, The ScienceHumanities, British Society for Literature and Science Postgraduate Conference
Keir Waddington, Frankenfest, Cardiff University
James Castell, Frankenstein, BBC Beyond Belief (https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0bjzq68)
James Castell, Martin Willis & Keir Waddington, Plenary Panel, 3rd International Conference on Science and Literature, Sorbonne University, Paris
ScienceHumanities International Summer School
ScienceHumanities International Summer School
Keir Waddington & Martin Willis, The Moonstone, BookTalk, Cardiff University.
James Castell, Martin Willis & Keir Waddington, The ScienceHumanities, Centre for Environmental Humanities, Bristol.
James Castell, Martin Willis & Keir Waddington, Cardiff Duke Colloquium, Duke University, NC, USA.
James Castell, Martin Willis & Keir Waddington, Roundtable on Interdisciplinarity, Center for Interdisciplinary Studies of Science and Cultural Theory, Duke University, NC, USA.
Martin Willis & Keir Waddington, Talks in support of ‘Drawing Bipolarity’, Exhibition opening, Insole Court, Cardiff.
ScienceHumanities International Colloquium, Cardiff University. 2-3 December 2016.
Martin Willis, Invited Seminar’, ‘Edinburgh Medicine’, University of Edinburgh and Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, 7th December 2016.
James Castell, Invited Seminar, ‘Romanticism in the Anthropocene’ and ScienceHumanities at Amherst College, USA, 8th December 2016.
James Castell, ‘Romanticism in the Anthropocene’, Department of English and Princeton Environmental Insitute, Princeton University, USA, 12th December 2016.
Talk: Martin Willis, ‘The Visual History of Seizures: Exhibitions and Talks’. 18 November 2016.
James Castell and Martin Willis, Podcast, ‘Reflecting on the New Humanities’, ScienceHumanities Online, 1st November 2016.
Keir Waddington, Conference Paper, ‘‘misled by the picturesque appearance of villages’: The rural idyll, backwardness, and imagining the rural environment in Victorian Britain ‘, Society for Literature, Science and the Arts, 30th Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, 3-6 November 2016.
Martin Willis, Conference Paper, ‘Science in Travel Guides to London’, Society for Literature, Science and the Arts, 30th Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, 3-6 November 2016.
James Castell, Invited Seminar, ‘Romanticism in the Anthropocene’, Cambridge University Eighteenth Century and Romantic Studies Research Seminar, 24th November 2016.
Talk: Martin Willis, Keir Waddington and Becky Spear, ‘Pain and Prejudice: Women and Science in the Romantic Era’. 17 October 2016.
Martin Willis, Blog Post, ‘What Might the ScienceHumanities Look Like?’, ScienceHumanities Online. 1 March 2016.
Seminar: Sam Goodman, “Alcoholism in Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children”. 9 March 2016.
Medical Education Journals Reading Group (and ongoing across the year). 3 March 2016.
Seminar: Sally Shuttleworth, “Diseases of Modern Life”. 2 February 2016.