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

Difference in the Anthropocene: Indigenous Environmentalism in the Face of Settler Colonialism

Introducing the terrifying mathematics of 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)

An Introduction to Hoarding

The case for a people’s smart sanctions campaign against Trump’s America

CFP-Crip Technoscience

CFP: Discarded & Queered Life: Exploring Urban Political & Queer Ecologies of Value and Exclusion

Post-Doctoral Fellowship: Grounding the Ecocritical: Materializing Wastelands and Living on in the Middle East (3/ 1)

Information Salvage

Research challenges the view that environmental regulators are anti-business

CFP: Knowledge/Culture/Ecologies

Free student membership in Solid Waste Association of North America

CFP: Treating Waste as a Resource

Special Issue of Techniques & Culture on Réparer le monde/Fixing the world: Excess, Leftover and Innovation

Article Alert! New writing in discard studies

CFP: Theorizing Harm

Precision is not accuracy.

Spotlight on Scholars: Rachele Dini and why the literature of waste matters

Top posts on the Discard Studies Blog in 2016

Bibliography for Critical Ecology

Victory at Standing Rock reflects a failure of US energy and climate policy

CFP: The Lives and Afterlives of Plastic: A nearly carbon-neutral conference

Bureaucrats and techies leading the pollution resistance against Trump

CFP: Cities, Public Spaces and Rejects: Encounters and Confrontations between Rurality and Urbanity

CFP: Technical Landscapes: Aesthetics and the Environment in the History of Science and Art

CFP: Living in a Toxic World (1800-2000)

More boys are diagnosed with cancer than girls worldwide – why?

Article Alert! New articles in discard studies from October

Trump may reverse US climate policy but will have trouble dismantling EPA

Paid graduate positions in discard studies at Memorial University of Newfoundland

Why it’s easier for India to get to Mars than to tackle its toilet challenge

CFP: Queer/Crip Contagions

CFP: Remediation, Restoration and the Environmental Legacies of Extractive Industries in the North

In Trump’s America, 72% of the population is disposable

CFP: Repair Matters

CFP: Indigenous resurgence, Decolonization, and Movements for Environmental Justice

Call for Fellows: Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society

How toxic flame retardant chemicals become-and stay-ubiquitous in our homes and bodies

Dumping Milk from the Treadmill of Production

On Solidarity and Molecules (#MakeMuskratRight)

CFP: The moving boundaries of recycling in and beyond China

CFP: Integrating waste systems: interrogating system boundaries and performance possibilities (AAG 2016)

PhD position in place/Land-based knowledge

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

CFP: Workshop on “Pollution, Environmental Justice, and Citizen Science”

Graduate Scholarships in Solid Waste Research (USA)

Take a deep breath – here’s what 2016 revealed about the deadly dangers of air pollution

CFP: Environmental Justice 2017 – Looking Back, Looking Forward

Fracking, mining, murder: the killer agenda driving migration in Mexico and Central America

Discard Studies Article Alerts for October!