CFP: Land/scaping Taiwan




We are putting a workshop together at UW in April next year. The theme is Land/scaping Taiwan: (Non-)Humans, Environment, and Moments of Encounter. We sincerely invite contributions that echo the following topics across disciplinary perspectives.

Potential topics may include, but are not limited to:

Place-making and identity (re)formation (such as gender, ethnicity, etc.)

Floating or changing space/place; the rural/urban

Temporality of landscape; sites of memory; remains/ruins

Emotions, flows of affect; collective trauma/social suffering

Work, labor, human body, and embodied experiences; collective agency

Land ownership, land problems, land justice

Technology and knowledge production of nature and land

Mediascape, cultural genres, generic landscape

Environmental humanities and environmental studies; human and non-human interactions (air, land, water, energy, animals)

Please see the website for details. 


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