ASEEES 2018 - Call for participants in panel on nuclear products/by-products, material, and metaphor


I am seeking participants for a panel as part of the 2018 ASEEES annual convention to take place Dec. 6 - 9 in Boston. The panel centers on the topic of nuclear production (in relation to both weaponry and nuclear energy) and its radioactive by-products. There are two presenters so far, and I am seeking a third presenter, as well as a chair and discussant. If I receive enough responses, I might form a second panel. 

Official Release of Toxic Docs

The Special Section: ToxicDocs: Opening a New Era of Evidence for Policies to Protect Public Health had gone live on the Journal of Public Health Policy website as part of Issue 39.1. Editorial Board members Jerry Markowitz and David Rosner introduce, a project they have been building up over many years. They brought the idea to us for JPHP participation and served as Guest Editors for this Special Section.

CFP: Animal Studies and Multispecies Precarity: The Politics of Living and Dying Together (DOPE Conference, U Kentucky, Feb. 22-24)

Deadline: November 17, 2017
CFP: Animal Studies and Multispecies Precarity: The Politics of Living and Dying Together

Eighth Annual Dimensions of Political Ecology Conference (DOPE)
February 22 – 24, 2017
University of Kentucky (Lexington, Kentucky, USA)

Announcing An Online Resource for Grassroots Indigenous and Environmental Organizing

The Red Thunder Oral History Project, an educational website, is now online. Collaborators from the Fort Belknap Indian Community, the University of Michigan, Michigan State University, and the University of Montana have been working for two years to recount the story of a little-known Indigenous-led, multi-racial environmental campaign that changed the course of mining in the sacred Little Rocky Mountains during the final decades of the 20th century.


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