LECTURE: Susan Reid // Multibeing Ocean Relationality
Very soon, Planet B will be hosting the last public online lecture in its fall series. This time, environmental philosopher Susan Reid will talk about her research into the relationships and dependencies amongst entities co-creating oceanic ecosystems. Everyone is warmly welcome!
DATE: November 27, 2023, 4.30pm CET
International law represents the ocean as a divisible, passive resource – pantry, sink, and sump. Speculating across material, temporal and dynamic scales, we will explore four propositions for re-imagining the ocean otherwise. With countervailing agency, seawaters, fish bodies, sea floors, and currents are indivisibly ocean and multibeing.
Susan Reid is an environmental philosopher whose work re-imagines embodied and material relations between beings of all kinds, in service of more ethical world making. Susan's work is grounded in feminist and queer environmental humanities, with a focus on ocean ontologies. They are collaborating on the University Of Sydney’s project ‘Extracting The Ocean’.
DATE: November 27, 2023, at 4.30pm CET
ACCESS EVENT HERE: https://cesnet.zoom.us/j/5973922832