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August 2018

Petrocultures 2018: Conference Session 5F—Just Powers: Energy. Feminism. Decolonized Futures.

August 31, 2018 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
University of Glasgow—Gilmorehill Campus, University Avenue
Glasgow, G12 8QQ United Kingdom
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Presentations include: Sheena Wilson: Just Powers as Feminist Intercultural Intermedia Interruption Sourayan Mookerjea: Subalternity, the Fetish and Energetic Common-being Angele Alook/Bigstone: A Cree Vision for the Future: An Indigenous Feminist Analysis of Maintaining a Land Based Culture While Surrounded by an Oil Economy Natalie Loveless: Speculative Energy Futures: Research-Creation, Energy Transition, Feminist Method M.E. Luka: Documenting Designs for the Future Location: Venue 6 Tickets: (Conference rates apply). £220/£95 - Full Conference (Waged/Unwaged) £55/£30 - Day Rate (Waged/Unwaged)

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Petrocultures 2018: Conference Session 5A—Indigenous Canada

August 31, 2018 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
University of Glasgow—Gilmorehill Campus, University Avenue
Glasgow, G12 8QQ United Kingdom
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Presentations include: Angele Alook: Living in a Colonial Capitalist Petrostate: Using Traditional Indigenous Teachings to Reverse Colonial Energy Violence Location: Charles Wilson Lecture Theatre Tickets: (Conference rates apply). £220/£95 - Full Conference (Waged/Unwaged) £55/£30 - Day Rate (Waged/Unwaged)

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September 2018

Petrocultures 2018: Session 8D—iDoc: Documenting Designs for the Future [Workshop] I & II

September 1, 2018 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
University of Glasgow—Gilmorehill Campus, University Avenue
Glasgow, G12 8QQ United Kingdom
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During this workshop style session featuring Natalie S. Loveless, Mary Elizabeth Luka, Sourayan Mookerjea, Sheena Wilson, and Charles Stubblefield, the iDoc team will show video clips to participants and seek their responses to what they hear about energy transition. The participatory conversation will consider how energy transition operates as a galvanizing politic around which we can actualize feminist, intersectional, and decolonial goals, one of our guiding principles. The discussion will be recorded for the purpose of archiving participants’ reflections, iteratively…

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