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Timothy Morton’s Lecture “Geotrauma”
Moderator: Professor Yuko Hasegawa

We are pleased to announce that GA will organize an online public lecture by prominent philosopher Timothy Morton’s Lecture on the topic “New Ecology and Arts/Cultures” on November 21. Professor Morton was born in 1968 in London, UK. He is currently a professor at Rice University. His publications include Being Ecological (Pelican Books, 2018), Humankind: Solidarity with Non-Human People (Verso Books, 2017), Dark Ecology: For a Logic of Future Coexistence (Columbia University Press, 2016), Hyperobjects: Philosophy and Ecology after the End of the World (University of Minnesota Press), The Ecological Thought (Harvard University Press 2010), and Ecology Without Nature: Rethinking Environmental Aesthetics (Harvard University Press, 2007). COVID-19 urged us to reconsider the relationship between humans and nature. Professor Morton, who has developed his unique thoughts on ecology, will talk about what he is thinking about new ecology and arts/cultures.

Date:2020/11/21(Sat) 10:00~12:00
Venue:Online(Zoom Webiner)
Free of charge(advance reservation is necessary)
※Please register from the link below in advance.

**We restart registration. The maximum number of participant is 1,000 this time.
Organized by:Graduate School of Global Art, Tokyo University of the Arts


[For English Speakers]

In this talk, we use simultaneous interpretation for Japanese speakers. You can choose language from the [] mark in the right bottom of Zoom screen.