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  • March 16, 2015

    Gulf Coast Green

    We are happy to announce that Ned Dodington will be speaking at this year's Gulf Coast Green Symposium Healthy Communities - Vitality in Placemaking. Ned will be delivering a talk titled: Other Than Human; Notes on Anthro-Eccentric Design. The talk will focus on recent thinking about the importance of considering non-human agents in the design process. He will show-case leading-edge work in the fi...

  • March 2, 2015

    On Resiliency; Part 2

    Previously, I had outlined thoughts about current happenings and the implications of resilience to enframe not only human but non-human subjectivity into a state-sanctioned political apparatus. I’m interested to add two other voices to this discussion - Timothy Morton and Tim Ingold. ...

  • February 9, 2015

    Beastly Designs

    Zoos are strange, wondrous and beguiling institutions. They are instructive and detrimental, compassionate and cruel, culturally specific but universally appealing and architecturally unlike any other construction. ...

  • January 5, 2015

    UrbAnimals

    What was lost along with the disappearance of animal life in urban centers? Clearly there were problems with the 18th and 19th century modes of urban animal life but surely there were benefits. How can we learn from past periods of beastly cohabitation? I think it would makes us all the more human....

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