CFP: Nuclear Waste and Deep Time (Amsterdam)

Toxins or Toxicants? Why the difference matters

CFP: Muddied Waters: Decomposing the Anthropocene

Pollution is Colonialism

New articles in Discard Studies (July/August)

CFP: Ethnographic Practices and the Temporality of Evidence (CAS 2018, Cuba)

Students for Zero Waste Conference, 2017 (Philadelphia)

How we discovered pollution-poisoned crustaceans in the Mariana Trench

CfP: Hazardous Time-Scapes: How to Make Sense of Toxic Landscapes from Multiple Timed, Spaced, and Embodied Perspectives?

Your city could be exporting deadly air pollution – here’s why

Cleaning up toxic sites shouldn’t clear out the neighbors

CPF: Shifting Baselines, Altered Horizons: Politics, Practice, and Knowledge in Environmental Science and Policy

We can’t recycle our way to ‘zero waste’

Pristine paradise to rubbish dump: the same Pacific island, 23 years apart

Bibliography on critical approaches to toxics and toxicity

Article Alert! New texts in discard studies (May & June 2017)

Not afraid of the ruins: Call for submissions for science fiction and utopian imaginaries

Community Responses to Toxic Hazards: A Reading List

Four salaried PhD positions in Oslo on toxicology and global waste

On (not) seeing artificial light at night: Light pollution or lighting poverty?

Recycling Reconsidered: A must-read text for discard studies

Powerful supermarkets push the cost of food waste onto suppliers, charities

Special Issue Alert! Geosocial Formations and the Anthropocene in Theory, Culture & Society

CFP: Suspensions: Atmospherics of the Anthropocene (deadline May 26)

Community repair: a pop-up alternative to the throwaway society

Putting Dirt in its Place: The Contemporary Politics of Waste (Conference in Cambridge, UK. June 2017)

Call for participation: Enacting Environmental Data Justice

Repair and Software: Updates, Obsolescence, and Mobile Culture’s Operating Systems

Beyond breakdown: Exploring Regimes of Maintenance


Special Issue of Continent: “R3pair Volume”

Review of ‘Love Canal: A Toxic History from Colonial Times to the Present’

CFP: Waste, Space, and Place

CFP: Sciences, savoirs et pratiques des déchets: Dialogues entre mondes européens et américains

Article Alert! New texts in discard studies!

CFP: Waste, Materialities & Meaning: Anthropological Engagements with Reuse, Repair and Care (4/7 deadline)

Maintainers II, April 6-9, 2017: Program & Registration

Two newly launched open-access waste journals

How the ‘guerrilla archivists’ saved history – and are doing it again under Trump

CFP: Toxic legacies, global pollutants (June 2017, Durham University)

We need to think about redefining citizenship in the Anthropocene

When Deep Time Becomes Shallow: Knowing Nuclear Waste Risk Ethnographically

Pre-doctoral Fellowship in nuclear waste in Japan (US citizens only)

CFP: Food Packaging: Uncovering the History (December, Tokyo)

Review of Richard S. Newman’s “Love Canal: A Toxic History from Colonial Times to the Present”

The forgotten story of how a toxic spill and a book launched Britain’s environmental movement

Call for applicants: Anthropocene Campus Philadelphia (deadline July 15)

Reorganized Organ: youth mentorship project

Sonic Breakdown, Extinction and Memory

Electronics Reuse and Recycling in Peru: A Photographic exploration

CFP: special issue on Organizing and Managing Waste

CFP: Workshop for the History of Environment, Agriculture, Technology & Science