B: Narrative

19 June

(6am CET, GMT+2)


B0 Keynote Address: THE ANTHROPOCENE UNCONSCIOUS. GEOLOGICAL DISRUPTIONS OF DISCOURSE
Mark Bould


Presentations

B1 THE ANTHROPOCENE, A USEFUL SCIENCE FICTION TROPE
Julia Grillmayr

B2 THE IMAGINATIVE CHALLENGES OF THE ANTHROPOCENES: A RHETORICAL AND NARRATOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF THE SUBLIME IN CONTEMPORARY U.S. LITERATURE
David Lombard

B3 I LOVE YOU INFINITELY MORE THAN THE SUM OF THE PARTS OF THE UNIVERSE
Loumille Metros

B4 SUBMERGED PERSPECTIVES, ON POSSESSING NATURE
Claudia Pederson

B5 THE (IM)POSSIBLE RELIGIOUS NARRATIVES OF THE ANTHROPOCENE
Joanna Soćko

B6 MONSTERS OF THE KAIJUCENE: STRUGGLING WITH ANTHROPOCENIC METAPHORS IN GODZILLA (2014) AND GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS (2019)
Filip Boratyn

B7 THE FABLE AS THE “LIFE STORY”: A GENERATIVE RESOURCE FOR IMAGINING ALTERNATIVE NARRATIVES, RELATIONS AND PRACTICES IN AN AGE OF CRISIS
Alice Gibson

B8 ANIMIST COSMOTECHNICS IN URSULA BIEMANN AND MATTHEW BARNEY
Radek Przedpełski

B9 BODIES INSSUFICIENTLY FRESH
Mathew Emmett


Panels

B10 THE VALUE OF NARRATIVES IN/OF THE ANTHROPOCENE: BETWEEN SPECULATION AND EXPERIMENTATION

  • Kaisa Kortekallio: “Speculative Thought and Experimental Reading”
  • Hanna-Riikka Roine: “Speculative Collaborations of Narratives and Models”
  • Esko Suoranta: “Speculation as Social Criticism: The Case for Technonaturalism”
  • Marco Caracciolo: “Formal Experiments and Uncertain Futures”
  • Shannon Lambert: “Experimenting with Experiments: Science, Narrative, and Knowledge in Contemporary ‘Lab Lit’”
  • Gry Ulstein: “Weirding the Narrative: New Weird Formal Experiments”

B11 INCLUSION OF NON-HUMANS IN PEDAGOGICAL AND COLLECTIVE EXCHANGES?

  • Tony Valberg: “Togetherness – Vibrant Matter Collective: Modelling Possible Universes”
  • Shé M. Hawke: “A Critical Need for Environmental Literacy: Re-Wilding Human Consciousness”
  • Reingard Spannring: “Subjective Experience As The Basis For Connectivity And Respect In A More-Than-Human World?”
  • Martin Hauberg-Lund Laugesen: “Teaching and Learning in the Great Outdoors: On the Pedagogical Potential of Speculative Realism”

Concert

WHERE THE SOUL IS, Bękarty Bacha (at Hipnoza Jazz Club)