Images from "baloon mapping" of an oil spill in the Chandeleur Islands, May 9, 2010. Images captured via balloon by Mariko Toyoji, Stewart Long and Shannon Dosemagen. Images stitched by Stewart Long.

CfP: Toxic Politics // Science as Culture

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Introduction to Rob Nixon’s Slow Violence and the Environmentalism of the Poor

Toilet Glitter. Photo by author.

Queering Waste Through Camp

Art by Loren Crabbe, from the series “Purging Abjection.”

Abjection: A definition for discard studies

Satellite Landscapes by Jenny Odell

Event: Producing Waste/Producing Space (3/6-7, Princeton University)

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The Chinese Logistical Sublime and Its Wasted Remains

"The map shows some of the most representative environmental justice conflicts in the United States. In an effort to choose landmark cases we elicited feedback from more than 200 environmental justice leaders, activists, and scholars in identifying these case studies. These cases represent a range of time periods, geographic regions, communities, and environmental challenges. However, they are only a very small subset of the many influential case studies that have contributed to the U.S. environmental justice movement past and present."

Map of 40 most influential environmental justice conflicts in the US

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Waste and Science, Technology & Environment Hub at Memorial University

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New Book! Bad Water: Nature, Pollution, and Politics in Japan, 1870–1950

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CFP: Living in a Toxic World. European Spring School on History of Science and Popularization

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