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Rice Seminar Symposium: Waste: Histories and Futures

Friday, December 7, 2018

10am - Opening Remarks by Joseph Campana, “When Was Waste?”

10:45am - Panel A - Orienting Waste: Directions Old and New

Susan Morrison, “Slow Ecopoetics: A Pilgrimmage Through Waste.”

Pauline Goul, “An Ecology of Waste.”

12:15pm - Lunch

1pm - Panel B - Vast, Waste, Wilderness

Vin Nardizzi, “Devastation”

Timothy Sweet, “Waste and Unoccupied Grounde: Utopia, Colonization, Entropy.”

2:30pm - Coffee Break 

3pm - Panel C - Producing is Consuming: Garden Varieties of Waste

Hilary Eklund, “Wasting Opportunity: Richard II, Ireland, and Planning in the Anthropocene”

Dan-el Padilla, “Gardens and Garbage: Copropolitics and Coprotheology in Ancient Rome”

4:30pm - Keynote by Michael Marder, “Our Scatalogical Eschatology”