PUBLICATION: TERA journal #1

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Journal
Date: 
November 23, 2020
Subject Fields: 
Urban History / Studies, Social Sciences, Research and Methodology, Political Science, Humanities

PUBLICATION: TERA journal issue 1 

 

The journal of Technology, Ecology, and Risk Assemblages (TERA) explores how speculations about the future affect societies in the present day. This first issue of TERA provides a curation of thinkers and practitioners who explore risk and resilience in different yet, interrelated ways. Starting point of all essays is an urge to develop new ways of thinking, as established frameworks fail to capture the complexity of risks in the present day. The essays included in this journal offer ways to approach the notion of risk in speculative ways, foster complex and interdisciplinary perspectives and critically question the ethics they imply.

 

TERA journal #1 includes contributions of renowned and emerging thinkers and artists: Ed Finn, Erik Bordeleau, Jacqui Frost, Nicola Privato, Groundhem Initiative, James R. Watson, Laura E. R. Peters, Jamon van den Hoek, Shannon Lambert, Isabel Cavenecia, Tinna Grétarsdóttir and Sigurjón Baldur Hafsteinsson, and Thomas Pogge in an interview by Krisha Kops.

 

The journal can be freely downloaded and read on www.tera.institute/journal Please consult the website for further activities of TERA institute, upcoming events and future journal editions.

 

 

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Sarah Bijlsma 

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