The Chinese Commons

Dear colleagues,

The new issue of Made in China may be of interest to those on this list who work on the commons or the environment in the broadest acceptation of both terms.

The issue is available for download at: http://www.chinoiresie.info/PDF/Made-in-China-2_2017.pdf

Previous issues are vailable at: http://www.chinoiresie.info/made-in-china-quarterly/

All the Best,

Andrea

 

 

The Commons (web resource)

Friends:

The Commons is a collection of photographs donated by more than 100 libraries and archives hosted on Flickr.

To have their photographs accepted, the institution must state that there are "no known copyright restrictions" for the photographs.

Photos are searchable by institution and topic.  When I searched on "contagion" I retrieved over 900 images--many of them were prints or similar images, not just photos.

Flickr: The Commons

 

 

 

CFP: COMMONING THE CITY: COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES FROM ISTANBUL AND BEYOND

* APOLOGIES FOR CROSS-POSTINGS *

CALL FOR CHAPTERS

COMMONING THE CITY: COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES FROM ISTANBUL AND BEYOND

Güldem Baykal Büyüksaraç & Derya Özkan (eds.)

This edited volume has its roots in Spaces in Common, a seminar series realized in Istanbul in the Spring of 2016, where a group of academics and activists were invited to think together about forms of urban living created through acts of commoning –spaces imagined and lived as urban commons, belonging to no one and everyone.

Panel: Fishing the Commons, Mass. Historical Society, Apr. 11

Boston Environmental History Seminar

Massachusetts Historical Society

April 11, 2017, Tuesday, 5:15 PM

Erik Reardon, University of Maine at Orono, and Stacy Roberts, University of California, Davis

Panel: Fishing the Commons

Comment: Matthew McKenzie, University of Connecticut at Avery Point

CFP: COMMONING THE CITY: COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES FROM ISTANBUL AND BEYOND

* APOLOGIES FOR CROSS-POSTING * 

CALL FOR CHAPTERS

COMMONING THE CITY: COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES FROM ISTANBUL AND BEYOND

Güldem Baykal Büyüksaraç & Derya Özkan (eds.)

This edited volume has its roots in Spaces in Common, a seminar series realized in Istanbul in the Spring of 2016, where a group of academics and activists were invited to think together about forms of urban living created through acts of commoning –spaces imagined and lived as urban commons, belonging to no one and everyone.

EXTENDED DEADLINE Call for Papers, Panels, and Posters - XVI Biennial IASC Conference (Utrecht, 10-14 July 2017) - Extended deadline November 1, 2016

Given the many requests for an extension of the abstract submission deadline the local organizing committee of the IASC-Conference ‘Practicing the Commons: Self-Governance, Cooperation, and Institutional Change’ (Utrecht, 10-14 July 2017) has decided to postpone the deadline for submitting abstracts (500 words max.) for papers, panels, and posters until the 1st of November, 2016.

Did you already submit a paper or full panel proposal?

Reminder - Call for papers, panels, and posters IASC Conference 'Practicing the Commons: Self-Governance, Cooperation, and Institutional Change' (Utrecht, 10-14 July 2017) - deadline for abstracts 15 October 2016

The IASC and the local organizers of the XVI Biennial Conference at Utrecht University welcome abstracts (500 words max.) for papers, panels, and posters to be presented at this global conference, to be held in Utrecht, The Netherlands, from 10 to 14 July 2017.

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