Nature is not natural and can never be naturalized — Graham Harman

Past Talks

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2017
“Water and the Body,” dialogue, Marfa, November 19.
“Lights, Camera, Stillness,” Porto, November 10.
“Closing Remarks about Solidarity with Nonhumans and the Humans of 2100,” After the End of the World, CCCB, Barcelona, October 25.
“Causality and Reality,” seminar, Bau Design School, Barcelona, October 25.
“Maintaining the Future,” Bau Design School, Barcelona, October 25.
“Ministerial Statement,” After the End of the World, CCCB Barcelona, October 24.
“Kaleidoscopic Entities,” Kunstlerhaus Bethainen, Berlin, October 10.
“Disturbulence,” Test. Dept. album launch, London, October 7.
“Here Come the Lizard People,” Serpentine Gallery, London, October 7.
“You’re Not Guilty: What It’s Like to Be Human at a Global Warming Scale,” London, October 6.
“Is Landscape Architecture Possible?” Oyster Seminar, Stockholm, September 29.
“There Are More Parts than Wholes: Emulsion Theory and You,” University of Pennsylvania, September 18.
“Fake News, Ecological Edition,” University of Southern Denmark, Odense, September 8.
“Objects and Literature,” University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark, September 8.
“Humankind: Solidarity with Nonhuman People,” Tate Modern Bookshop, London, August 21.
“We Are All Mermaids,” Decad, Berlin, August 9.
“Let's Take a Walk Through the Uncanny Valley,” Cinema Camp, Lithuania, July 29.
“Human Kind,” Dialogue with Paul Johnson, Camden Arts Center, June 14.
“Borne,” Dialogue with Jeff VanderMeer, Brazos Bookstore, Houston, May 22.
“Ecological Pleasures,” Click Festival, Helsingor, May 21.
“Dark Ecology,” Click Festival, Click Festival, Helsingor, May 20.
“Belonging to the Biosphere: Why Ecology Beyond Green Requires a New Holism,” Copenhagen, May 19.
“Queer Green Sex Toys,” Penn State University, March 31.
“Hyposubjects,” Penn State University, March 31.
“Changing Is Changing,” Kosmopolis Literature Festival, Barcelona, March 23.
“Lifeforms vs Trump,” The Showroom, London, March 18.
“We Are Them,” Consuming Animals, York University (UK), March 17.
“The Golden Stain of Time,” SCI-Arc, Los Angeles, March 7.
“Ecological Monstrosity,” Universität der Künste Berlin, February 8.
“Rocking: A New Theory of Action,” Matter: States of Urgency, Labortheater, HfBK, Dresden, January 27–29.

2016
“Avant What?” dialogue with Cary Wolfe, Avant Museology, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, November 21.
“Voyager 3,” Golden Record Redux, New York, November 10.
Dialogue with composer Jennifer Walshe, Copenhagen, November 4.
“Nihilism Upgrade,” Hybrid Ecologies, Academy of Fine Arts, Munich, November 3.
“Perforated Worlds,” Continuous Verb Electronic Music Festival, MMCA, Seoul, October 30.
“Things Just Got Weird,” The Renaissance, University of Chicago, October 23.
“Use the Force,” Aesthetic Activism, Yale University, October 12.
“Stuff Can Happen,” Serpentine Miracle Marathon, London, October 8.
“The Parliament of Things,” dialogue with Olafur Eliasson, Leeum, Seoul, September 28.
“Where Are All the Megacities?” Future Cities conference, Singapore, September 14.
“Rock Your Body,” Rock/Body Symposium, University of Exeter, September 9.
“Nature Isn’t Real,” at Aleppo, Nature, Brussels, September 6.
“The Halting Problem,” Arctic Encounters / Dark Ecology Tour, Tromsø, Norway, June 15.
“Dark Ecological Chocolate,” Dark Ecology Tour, Kirkenes, Norway, June 10.
Dialogue with David Brooks, Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, Connecticut, June 4.
“Agriculture Is Exploding,” Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, Connecticut, June 4.
Roundtable, “Music, Art, and Machine Intelligence,” Google, San Francisco, June 1.
“Solidarity with Nonhuman People,” York University, Toronto, May 19.
“Omaobamaoldsmobile,” Dialogue with Haim Steinbach, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, May 7.
“Bugging Marx,” Cultures of Energy, Rice University, April 23.
“From Hyperlocal to Hyperobject: Art, Ecology, and OOO,” Marfa Dialogues, Fotofest Biennial, March 26.
“Haunted Houses,” SCI_Arc Architecture School (Los Angeles), March 14.
“Philosophy is Design is Philosophy,” SCI_Arc Architecture School (Los Angeles), March 10.
“Objects and Ecology,” 4 seminars, SCI_Arc Architecture School (Los Angeles), March 10–14.
“Résistances,” participant and presentation, Studio Ferber, Paris, February 25–28.
“When Frogs will Cross the Street You've Designed,” Façoner l'Avenir, Paris, February 8.
“X-Existence,” Annual Art History Lecture, College of William and Mary, January 28.
“Art Objects,” Seminar and studio visits, Glassell School, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, January 19.
“And You May Find Yourself Living in an Age of Mass Extinction,” ISCP, New York, January 12.

2015
“How to Make a Catastrophe out of a Disaster,” Bétonsalon, Paris, December 19.
“A.P.E: Art, Philosophy, Ecology,” Bétonsalon, Paris, December 18.
“You Are Inside a Wormhole: Portraits from within a Convex Mirror,” QSO LENS installation by Emilija Skarnulytė, Vilnius, November 28.
“Have a Nice Dream,” Force and Power in the Anthropocene, the American Anthropological Association, Denver, November 21.
“Cthonic Live,” Resonance FM, London, UK, November 19.
Chair, Roundtable, “Who Am Us Anyway? The Human Species in a Posthuman Frame,” SLSA (“After Biopolitics”), Houston, November 14.
“Can We Let Spoons be Alive?” SLSA (“After Biopolitics”), Houston, November 14.
“Live Evil: Patriarchal Life and Object Undeath,” SLSA (“After Biopolitics”), Houston, November 13.
“Planet-Scale Death Drive: Olafur Eliasson in Conversation with Timothy Morton,” CPH:DOX documentary film festival, Copenhagen, November 11.
“Super Natural,” Voices of Urgency, FIAC, Paris, October 25.
“Artist Talk: Olafur Eliasson and Timothy Morton,” Moderna Museet, Stockholm, October 2.
“How to Defeat Invisible Gods,” Keynote, Op3ra 2, Mexico City, June 26.
“The Spectral Plain,” Keynote, The Fourth Colloquium on Artistic Research in Performing Arts (CARPA4), “The Nonhuman and the Inhuman in Performing Arts,” Theatre Academy, University of the Arts, Helsinki, June 11–13, 2015.
“From Them Flows What We Call Time,” Keynote, The Substance of Time, International Association for the Study of Time, Université de Paris 8, May 21–22.
“Humankind,” keynote, Approaching the Anthropocene: Perspectives from the Humanities and Fine Arts, UC Santa Barbara, May 7–8, 2015.
“Show Us Your Papers!” Keynote, Ethics, Agency and Aesthetics in the Anthropocene: A Symposium, UC Berkeley, April 17, 2015.
“Electric Peanuts,” Dialogue with Paul Johnson, Focal Point Gallery, Southend, UK, March 21.
Roundtable, SonicActs Festival, Amsterdam, February 26.
“Subscendence,” SonicActs Festival, Amsterdam, February 26.
“Brenda Hillman's Elements,” Roundtable, Rice University, February 13.
“Escape from Mesopotamia (12 000 Years Too Late),” Atmospheres: Emergence Architecture Conference, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada, February 7.
“On Ecological Touching: Knowing (as) Intimacy,” University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada, February 5.
“The Anthropocene: Tactics for Understanding It in the Humanities,” Seminar, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada, February 5.
“The Uncanny Valley Is in Fact a Gigantic Plain, Stretching as Far as the Eye Can See in Every Direction,” Keynote, HGSA Conference, Rice University, January 31.
“The Fast Track to Ecological Sadness,” SonicActs Book Launch, Amsterdam, January 17.
“The Party Cools of Stoan,” Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen, Norway, January 15.
2014 “Ecology, Objects, Design,” Seminar, Zooetics, Kaunas, Lithuania, December 20.
“I Believe in Coral,” Keynote, Zooetics, Kaunas, Lithuania, December 19.
“Hypocrites,” at “The Humanities in the Age of Ecological Crisis,” Northwestern University, November 4.
Dark Ecology Roundtable, Dark Ecology Symposium, Kirkenes, Norway, October 11.
“Human Thought at Earth Magnitude,” Dark Ecology symposium, Kirkenes, Norway, October 9.
“What Is Ecological Art?” Wordsworth and Basho Conference, The Wordsworth Museum, September 21.
“...and I Feel Fine?” Keynote at The End of Place as We Know It, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, September 19.
“Close Encounters: Haim Steinbach,” The Object is Present, The Menil Collection, Houston, June 28.
“Dark Ecology: For a Logic of Future Coexistence: The Third Thread,” The Wellek Lectures, University of California, Irvine, May 23.
“Dark Ecology: For a Logic of Future Coexistence: The Second Thread,” The Wellek Lectures, University of California, Irvine, May 22.
“Dark Ecology: For a Logic of Future Coexistence: The First Thread,” The Wellek Lectures, University of California, Irvine, May 21.
“Why Ecological Awareness Is Loopy,” Keynote, “Imagining Earth” conference, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, May 30.
“Dark Ecology and Ecocriticism,” Deleuze and Ecocriticism Seminar, Berne, Switzerland, May 11.
“Ecocriticism and the Anthropocene,” Keynote, “Deleuze and Ecocriticism,” University of Switzerland, Bern, May 11.
“What Makes Us Human? A Response to Judy Natal,” Cultures of Energy Symposium, Rice University, April 24.
“Victorian Hyperobjects,” Keynote, Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies Conference, University of Texas, Houston, March 29.
“Journey to the Center of the Ecological Chocolate,” The Contemporary, Austin, March 7.
“The Humanities in the Age of Ecological Emergency,” Provost's Lecture Series, Rice University, February 18.
“Ecological Awareness 101,” Loyola University, February 4.

2013
“Secret Agents ov Gaia,” American Academy of Religion,” Baltimore, November 23.
“Bristles,” Medieval and Early Modern Studies Institute, George Washington University, November 15.
“Automatic Nothingness,” Keynote, Performing Objects, Falmouth University, October 18.
“Weird Essentialism,” Keynote, Society for Literature, Science and the Arts, October 5.
“All Objects Are Deviant,” Society for Literature, Science and the Arts, October 4.
“Mal-Functioning,” 2013 English Symposium Keynote, Rice University, September 13.
“Romantic Ecology Revisited,” Wordsworth Summer Conference, Rydal, UK, August 10.
“She Walks in Beauty like the Night in Which All Cows Are Black: Byron's Nonhuman,” International Byron Conference, London, July 3.
“Earworms,” Tuned City Brussels, Belgium, June 30.
“What Is Ecological Philosophy?” Erasmus University, Rotterdam, May 24.
“Some Problems in Ecological Philosophy,” Erasmus University, Rotterdam, May 24.
“Things Are Fuzzy,” Yes Naturally, Gemeente Museum, The Hague, May 23.
“Environmentality,” University of Sussex, May 22.
“ ‘The Only Emergency Is the Lack of Emergency’: Reflections on Creativity in the Anthropocene,” University of Sussex, May 21.
“Concentric Temporalities,” History and Politics of the Anthropocene, University of Chicago, May 17–18 (May 18).
“Weird Embodiment,” UC Davis, May 9.
“What Vegetables Are Saying about Themselves,” Princeton University, May 3.
“Dark Ecology,” Cultures of Energy Symposium, Rice University, April 20.
“Ecology Kitsch Parchment” (a close reading symposium) with Bruce Holsinger, UVa, March 23.
“The Dark Side of the Household Object,” University of Virginia, March 22.
Participant, Energy Arts Symposium, Rice University, March 20.
“The Age of Asymmetry,” Rice Graduate Student Recruiting talk, March 16.
“Great Disillusionments,” Rice University Victorian Studies Symposium, February 9.
“Ecology without Agriculture: A Philosophical–Anthropological Investigation,” Anthropology Department, Rice University, January 16.
“Raven Gloss: Victorian Dark Ecology,” MLA, Boston, January 6.
“Grotesque Romantic Ecology,” MLA, Boston, January 3.

2012
“Philosophy and Climate Change,” case study for the Sawyer Seminar Cultures of Energy, with Gwen Bradford, Melinda Fagan and Simon Keller, December 5.
“Distributed Mind,” American Anthropological Association, November 16.
“Underground, Unground, Ground Under,” U of Western Ontario, November 2.
“Ecology without Presence: Some Romantic Models,” U of Western Ontario, November 1.
“Dark Ecology Phase II,” Guimaraes, Portugal, October 28.
“Dark Ecology: Art and Thinking in the Anthropocene,” Lisbon, October 26.
“Biopolitics: Life in Past and Present,” Sawyer Seminar, U Wisconsin, Madison, October 19.
“After Biopolitics,” U Wisconsin, Madison, October 19.
Ecophilosophy class, U of Wisconsin Madison, October 18.
“Dark Ecology: Philosophy in the Anthropocene,” U Wisconsin Madison, October 18.
“Two Worlds Embracing One: Aesthetics, Mathematical Image-World, Physics, and the Humanities,” panel chair, SLSA, Milwaukee, September 29.
“Buddhist Objects,” SLSA, Milwaukee, September 27–30.
“Closer than Hands and Feet: Plato's Cave and the Proximity of Things,” SLSA, Milwaukee, September 27–30.
“Ecological Awareness Is a Strange Oedipal Loop,” University at Buffalo, September 24.
“Nonhuman Queer,” “After Queer, After Humanism,” Roundtable, Rice University, September 15.
“The Matter of Contradiction,” Roundtable, Limousin, France, September 8.
“Art without You,” Limousin, France, September 8.
“Ecological Awareness as Blindness,” ASLEC-ANZ, Monash University, Australia, September 1.
“Re-Imagining the Global,” Roundtable, RMIT, Australia, August 31.
“This Is Not My Beautiful Biosphere,” The Cultural History of Climate Change, Australian National University, August 27.
“Of Planet-Sense,” Sense of Planet, National Institute for Experimental Arts, Australia, August 25.
“On Entering the Anthropocene,” University of New South Wales, Australia, August 24.
“Undeath in the Ghost of Bushes: Postmodernism and Environmentality,” ALA, San Francisco, May 26.
“The Global Nineteenth Century,” symposium, Rice University, May 19.
“They Are Here,” The Nonhuman Turn, U Wisconsin Milwaukee (Keynote), May 4.
“Waking Up Inside an Object,” The Shape of the I, CU Boulder, April 13.
“Whales within Whales: Ecological Emergency as the End of Human Narrative,” JNT Dialogue, EMU, March 16.
“Fear of Nothing: Heidegger's Buddhism,” ALSCW, Claremont, March 11.
“Ecology without the Present,” Harvard, Febrary 6.
“Dawn of the Hyperobjects,” MLA, Seattle, January 8.
“Melancholy Objects,” MLA, Seattle, January 6.

2011
“Enter the Nonhuman: A New Phase in Aesthetics,” California College of the Arts.
“Disturbing Gentleness: The Ontological Depth of Nonviolence,” University of South Florida (Keynote).
“Ecological Ethics after the End of the World,” Southern Illinois University (Keynote and the Wayne Leys Memorial Lecture).
“The Time of Hyperobjects: Hegel, Ecology, Aesthetics,” Emergent Environments Keynote, Queen Mary University of London.
“Dawn of the Hyperobjects,” New Climes Conference, Exeter University, UK.
“Dark Ecologies,” in dialogue with Douglas Kahn, Dunedin and Auckland, New Zealand.
“The Time of Hyperobjects: New Directions for Ecological Philosophy,” National Institute for Experimental Arts,” Sydney (Keynote).
“Philosophy and Ecology after the End of the World,” Melbourne University Law School.
“Emergency Room: Art and Climate Change,” Columbia College, Chicago.
“Dawn of the Hyperobjects,” Georgia Institute of Technology.
“Ecology and Philosophy in the Time of Hyperobjects,” Tunghai University, Taiwan.
“Philosophy and Art in the Time of Hyperobjects,” Chung-Hsing University, Taiwan.
“Philosophy in the Time of Hyperobjects: Ecology and the Future after the End of the World,” De Paul University, 18th Annual Graduate Philosophy Conference (Keynote).
Participant in the New School Ecology and Design Symposium.
“Philosophy in the Time of Hyperobjects: Ecology and the Future after the End of the World,” Grid and Flow Urban Architecture Conference, Temple University (Keynote).

2010
“Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Animals but Were Afraid to Ask Vegetables,” Symbiotica, Perth, November 27.
“Hyperobjects 3.0: Physical Graffiti,” Cagle Lecture, Rice University, November 19.
“Hyperobjects 2.0: Oil Remix,”
“Hyperobjects,” CalArts, October 7.
“Inspiration,” Values of Environmental Writing Conference, University of Glasgow, UK, September 17.
“Implications of Textuality,” University of California, Santa Cruz, May 7 (Keynote).
“Materialism Expanded and Remixed,” “New Materialisms” conference, Johns Hopkins University, April 13.
“Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Animals but Were Afraid to Ask Vegetables,” University of Southern California, March 11.


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“Avant What?” Walker Art Museum, Minneapolis, November 21.

“Use the Force,” Yale University, November 13-14.

Sound Art symposium, Seoul, October 28-30.

"Lights, Camera, Stillness," with Ben Rivers (filmmaker), The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago, October 23.

“Use the Force,” Yale University, October 14.

Stuff Can Happen,” Serpentine Miracle Marathon, October 2016.

“X-Existence,” College of William and Mary, January 28, 2016, 5:30pm.

“And You May Find Yourself Living in an Age of Mass Extinction,” ISCP, New York, January 12, 2016, 6pm.


Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, January 19, 2016.


“A.P.E: Art, Philosophy, Ecology,” Seminar, Future Tenses, Bétonsalon, December 18.

“How to Make a Catastrophe out of a Disaster,” Bétonsalon, December 19.

"You Are Inside a Wormhole," QSO Lens, Emilija Skarnulyte, CAC, (Vokiečių g. 2, LT-01130, Vilnius) Vilnius Saturday 28th November 6 PM.

Chthonic Live,” Resonance FM, November 19, 2015.

“Super Natural,” Voices of Urgency, FIAC, Paris, October 25. Chapelle des Petits-Augustins of l’Ecole nationale supérieure des beaux-arts de Paris (14 rue Bonaparte, 75006 Paris), 6pm. 

Moderna Museet, Stockholm, October 2. Olafur Eliasson opening.

“How to Defeat Invisible Gods,” Keynote, Op3ra 2, Mexico City, June 26.

“The Spectral Plain,” Keynote, The Fourth Colloquium on Artistic Research in Performing Arts (CARPA4), “The Nonhuman and the Inhuman in Performing Arts,” Theatre Academy, University of the Arts, Helsinki, June 11–13, 2015.

“From Them Flows What We Call Time,” Keynote, The Substance of Time, International Association for the Study of Time, Université de Paris 8, May 21–22.

“Humankind,” keynote, Approaching the Anthropocene: Perspectives from the Humanities and Fine Arts, UC Santa Barbara, May 7–8, 2015.

“Show Us Your Papers!” Keynote, UC Berkeley philosophy conference, April 17, 2015.

“Electric Peanuts,” Dialogue with Paul Johnson, Focal Point Gallery, Southend, UK, March 21.

Roundtable, SonicActs Festival, Amsterdam, February 26.

“Subcendence,” Sonic Acts Festival, Amsterdam, February 26, 2015.

“Escape from Mesopotamia, 12 000 Years Too Late,” University of Manitoba, February 4–8, 2015.

“On Ecological Touching: Knowing (as) Intimacy,” University of Manitoba, February 4–8, 2015.

“The Anthropocene: Tactics for Understanding It in the Humanities,” University of Manitoba, February 4–8, 2015.

“I Believe in Coral,” Kaunas, Lithuania, December 18-20.

“Hypocrites,” at “The Humanities in the Age of Ecological Crisis,” Northwestern University, November 4, 2014.

Dark Ecology Roundtable, Dark Ecology Symposium, Kirkenes, Norway, October 11, 2014.

“Human Thought at Earth Magnitude,” Dark Ecology symposium, Kirkenes, Norway, October 9, 2014.

“What Is Ecological Art?” The Wordsworth Museum, September 21, 2014.

“...and I Feel Fine?” Keynote at The End of Place as We Know It, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, September 19, 2014.

Wellek Lecture 3, Irvine, May 23.

Wellek Lecture 2, Irvine, May 22.

Wellek Lecture 1, Irvine, May 21.

Dark Ecology and Ecocriticism,” Berne, Switzerland, May 11.

The Anthropocene: A Seminar,” Berne, Switzerland, May 11.

Victorian Hyperobjects,” INCS, March 29.

“Journey to the Center of the Ecological Chocolate,” SXSW, March 7.

The Humanities in the Age of Ecological Emergency,” Rice University, February 18, 2014.

Ecological Awareness 101,” Loyola University, New Orleans, February 4, 2014.

“Secret Agents of Gaia,” American Academy of Religion, Baltimore, November 23–26.

“Bristles,” George Washington University, November 15.

Automatic Nothingness,” Performing Objects, Falmouth University, October 18, 2013.

Weird Essentialism,” SLSA, October 5.

All Objects Are Deviant,” SLSA, October 4.

“Mal-Functioning,” Rice University, September 13.

“Romantic Ecology Revisited,” Wordsworth Conerence, Grasmere, UK, July 30–August 9, 2013.

“She Walks in Beauty Like the Night in Which All Cows Are Black: Byron's Nonhuman,” International Byron Conference, London, July 1-6, 2013.

“Earworms,” Tuned City Brusssels, June 27-30, 2013.

“What Is Ecological Philosophy?” Erasmus University, Rotterdam, May 24 2013.
Q and A

“Some Problems in Ecological Philosophy,” Erasmus University, Rotterdam, May 24.

“Things Are Fuzzy,” Yes Naturally, The Hague, May 23.
Q and A

“Environmentality,” University of Sussex, May 22.

“The Only Emergency Is the Lack of Emergency: Reflections on Creativity in the Anthropocene,” University of Sussex, May 21.

“Concentric Temporalities,” University of Chicago, May 18.

“Weird Embodiment,” UC Davis, May 9.

“What Vegetables Are Saying about Themselves,” Princeton University, May 3.

“Dark Ecology,” Rice University, April 20.

“Ecology Kitsch Parchment,” with Bruce Holsinger, University of Virginia, March 23.

“The Dark Side of the Household Object,” University of Virginia, March 22.

Energy Arts symposium, Rice University, March 20.

“Great Disillusionments,” Rice University Victorian Studies Symposium, February 9, 2013.

“Ecology without Agriculture: A Philosophical–Anthropological Investigation,” Rice University, January 16.

“Grotesque Romantic Ecology,” MLA, Boston, January 3.

Distributed Mind,” American Anthropological Association, November 16 2012.

Unground, Underground, Ground Under,” U of Western Ontario, November 2.

Ecology without Presence: Some Romantic Models,” U of Western Ontario, November 1.

Dark Ecology Phase II,” Guimarães, Portugal, October 28.

Dark Ecology: Art and Thinking after the End of the World,” Lisbon, October 26.

After Biopolitics,” U of Wisconsin Madison, October 19.

Dark Ecology: Philosophy in the Anthropocene,” U Wisconsin Madison, October 18.

Ecophilosophy class, U of Wisconsin Madison, October 18.

“Buddhist Objects,” SLSA, Milwaukee, September 29.

“Closer than Hands and Feet: Plato's Cave and the Proximity of Things,” SLSA, Milwaukee, September 29.

“Nonhuman Queer,” Rice University, September 14–15.

Roundtable, The Matter of Contradiction, Limousin, France, September 8.

“Art without You,” The Matter of Contradiction, Limousin, France, September 8 (video).

“Ecological Awareness as Blindness,” Monash University, Melbourne, September 1.

Public Forum, Re-Imagining the Global: Culture and Climate Change, RMIT Melbourne, August 31.

“This Is Not My Beautiful Biosphere,” The Cultural History of Climate Change, ANU, Canberra, August 27–28.

“On Entering the Anthropocene,” UNSW, Sydney, August 24 2012. VIDEO

“Of Planet-Sense,” NIEA, Sydney, August 25.
Q&A transcript (by Ben Abraham)

Sense of Planet roundtable, NIEA, Sydney, August 25. 

Undeath in the Ghost of Bushes: Postmodernism and Environmentality,” ALA San Francisco (May 26).

They Are Here (Nonhuman Turn)

Waking Up Inside an Object (The Shape of the I, CU Boulder)

Whales within Whales: Ecological Emergency as the End of Human Narrative (EMU)

Fear of Nothing: Heidegger's Buddhism (ALSCW)

Ecology without the Present (Harvard)

Dawn of the Hyperobjects (MLA, Seattle)

Melancholy Objects (MLA, Seattle)

Enter the Nonhuman: A New Phase in Aesthetics (CCA San Francisco)



Disturbing Gentleness: The Ontological Depth of Nonviolence (USF, Tampa) (video)

Ecological Ethics after the End of the World (SIU, Carbondale)

Emergent Environments Q&A (Queen Mary U, London)

Emergent Environments Lecture (Queen Mary U, London)

Objects, Aesthetics, Causality (OOOIII)

Dawn of the Hyperobjects (Exeter, UK)

 

The Aesthetic Dimension Is the Causal Dimension (Royal Academy of Art) 


Ecotone: Object Space Entanglements (Royal College of Art)

Dark Ecologies 2 (video)

Dark Ecologies 2 (Auckland, with Douglas Kahn)

Dark Ecologies (Dunedin, with Douglas Kahn) 

OOO Graduate Class (Dunedin)

Materials: Objects: Environments Roundtable (Sydney) 



The Time of Hyperobjects: New Directions for Ecological Philosophy

 

Emergency Room: Art and Climate Change 



The Big Picture: Art, Efficacy, and Climate Change (with William Fox, Diana Liverman, Judy Natal, Alison Deming) (video)

Philosophy in the Time of Hyperobjects: Ecology and the Future after the End of the World

The Time of Hyperobjects (FIU, Miami)

Hyperobjects 4.0: Emergency Human-Scale Study Guide (Rutgers)

Talks on Buddhism (Morton, Boon, Cazdyn) (MLA 2011)

Unrprimed: The Emergence of Hyperobjects (Architecture Association, London)


Everything You always Wanted to Know about Animals but Were Afraid to Ask Vegetables (Perth)

Sublime Objects

Hyperobjects 3.0: Physical Graffiti




Hyperobjects 2.0: Oil Remix

We Aren't the World (plus talks by Levi Bryant and Ian Bogost)



Hyperobjects 1.0: Plutonium

New Materialisms

Implications of Textuality


Beautiful Soul Syndrome (UCLA)

Ecology, Ideology, Politics (Duke)



Creativity in the Face of Climate Change (Berkeley, with Carolyn Merchant)

The Ecological Thought (Cambridge)

Creativity in the Face of Climate Change (mp3)

Animals, Vegetables, Minerals, and Other Alien Beings

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