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May 11 2013


Tim Morton Weird Embodiment

A talk given by Tim Morton at the Performance Studies Department, UC Davis, May 9, 2013.
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April 02 2013


PodOmatic | Best Free Podcasts

This week I speak with "pyro-theologian" Peter Rollins.   This interview, perfect for Holy Week and Easter, is about "divine doubt" and letting go of the need for God to solve our problems.  His latest book is called The Idolatry of God:  Breaking Our Addiction to Certainty and Satisfaction. "He explores how the Good News actually involves embracing the idea that we can’t be whole, that life is difficult, and that we are in the dark. Arguing that God has traditionally been approached as a product that will render us complete, remove our suffering and reveal the answers, he introduces an incendiary approach to faith that invites us to embrace our brokenness, face our unknowing and accept the difficulties of existence. Only then, he argues, can we truly rob death of its sting and enter into the fullness of life."" name="DESCRIPTION http://religionforlife.podomatic.com/entry/2013-03-28T12_54_16-07_00

September 02 2012


Ecological Awareness as Blindness

A talk by Tim Morton at Monash University, ASLEC-ANZ 2012, September 1, 20112.

August 30 2012


This Is Not My Beautiful Biosphere

A talk by Timothy Morton at The Cultural History of Climate Change, ANU, August 27, 2012.

August 27 2012


Of Planet-Sense

A talk by Tim Morton given at NIEA, Sydney, August 25, 2012.

On Entering the Anthropocene

A talk by Tim Morton at the Environmental Humanities seminar, UNSW, Sydney, August 24, 2012.

March 16 2012


Whales within Whales: Ecological Emergency as the End of Human Narrative

A talk by Tim Morton at East Michigan University, March 15, 2012. And Q&A with Eileen Joy and Jeffrey Cohen. Part of the JNT Dialogue series.

February 10 2012


Stuff You Should Know

How Coral Reefs Work -- Coral reefs are the largest organic structures on Earth, yet they're created through a symbiotic relationship between creatures about 3 millimeters long. Learn more about the the world’s coral reefs (and how to protect them) in this episode.

April 17 2011


Ockham's Razor - 17 April 2011 - The Titanic disaster and global warming

Arthur Marcel lectures at the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane and in today's talk he compares the circumstances surrounding the sinking of the Titanic to issues surrounding global warming. http://www.abc.net.au/rn/ockhamsrazor/stories/2011/3191637.htm

November 29 2010


Videos and podcasts - Methods in Ecology and Evolution

Jason Knouft, from Saint Louis University, Missouri, talks to Elizabeth Horne, MEE Journal Coordinator, about his recently published paper, “Using fine-scale GIS data to assess the relationship between intra-annual environmental niche variability and population density in a local stream fish assemblage".

August 13 2010


A New Way to Track Great Whites

Counting great white sharks. Why scientists want your sightings.

July 29 2010


Beetles, Bears, and Climate Change

Disappearing forests in the Northern Rockies. Climate Change. An explosion of beetles. Confused grizzly bears. We ask what’s going on.
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