Anthropocene Slam Keynote Talk by Kathryn Yusoff

Anthropocene Slam Keynote Talk by Kathryn Yusoff

kathryn_yusoffIn conjunction with the Anthropocene Slam Zurich on May 13, 2015, a keynote talk will be given by Kathryn Yusoff, senior lecturer in human geography at University of London. adidas zx 750 pas cher buty air jordan son of mars yeezy

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  • Keynote: 14:30-16:00, UZH Zentrum, Room KO2-F-152, May 13

    Anthropocene Slam Zurich: 19:00 – 22:00, ETH Zentrum, Polyterrasse Alumni Pavillion, May 13

     

    Keynote talk abstract:

    Geopower: genealogy after life

    The Anthropocene thesis contains within it a notion of geologic planetary agency and thus it furnishes a new mode of subjectivity that is constituted by – and constituting of – geologic forces. adidas zx 500 After a century of biologic thought, a sharp “turn” is being enacted towards an inchoate geological futurism, and all things mineralogical. nike air max pas cher NA-Anilata – MU Legend Zen timberland boots sale Compra Zapatillas Nike This turn, in a biopolitical critique, disputes the dominant tenets of a corporeal materiality (and modernity) that have secured imaginaries of life that enact violence across social and earthly bodies. nike air tn mu legend redzen online Soldes Asics 2017 However, if we are to be truly epochal in our thought at all, such a “turn” needs to go beyond biopower to rethink the attendant critiques of those social and political lives. chaussure asics adidas ultra boost adidas zx 500 adidas X 16.5 Nike Air Max 2017 Femme While geopower was an explicit, if underdeveloped concept, within Foucault’s thought, its foregrounding within the origination of Anthropocenic Man (sic) requires a far more extensive understanding of the genealogies of what I have been calling “geologic life”. adidas superstar soldes asics gel lyte iii mu legend zen for sale ZOOM ALL OUT Given the centralisation of life as an organising concept within biopolitical thought, the consideration of political subjectivity in the Anthropocene raises the question of what “geopolitics after life” might look like. adidas superstar 80s chaussure tn pour homme adidas originals stan smith Air Jordan 10 (X) In an attempt to respond to this question, I take as my starting point an examination of the possible genealogies of geology; connecting geopower to political subjectivity through an examination of the potential of geological powers and politics. nike free run louboutin pas cher sac a dos fjallraven soldes This is not just a question of how life is politicised, but how political thought is able to accommodate the flows of geology through bodies, agency, and, ultimately, the cosmos. asics soldes adidas zx 750 pas cher adidas femme soldes adidas superstar for sale

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  • Staying with the fractured ontology of geology, as corporeal condition *and* a question of political subjectivity that needs to refute the implicit imperial (racist, masculinist and universalising) claims of the Anthropocene thesis, I examine the *pre*political condition of geopower.

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