Ageing in post-human contexts
This panel concludes the symposium with a series of crucial topics on posthuman aging contexts in the era of the Anthropocene, with presentations on alternative thinking about death and dying, aging in rural geographies, and literary reimaginings of human/non-human solidarities, with speakers illustrating the strengths of interdisciplinary approaches to new and often neglected voices and stories of truth about growing older today.
The making of "The Bubble"
Andrew Maclaren, University of Aberdeen
Posthumanist geography and rural ageing
Kathleen Woodward, University of Washington
“Old trees are our parents …”
Moderator: Ulla Kriebernegg
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