Roman Bartosch will present a paper on climate change literacy, entitled „‚Kreative Kommunikationen‘ und nachhaltige Narrative: Scale, Latency, Entanglements“ at the Narrative und Metaphern zur Nachhaltigkeit conference, Bochum University, on October 7-9, 2021.
Julia Hoydis will participate in a roundtable discussion entitled „Und so wollen wir leben?!“ – Interdisziplinäres Forum des IF Weinheim, November 13, 2021, Stollwerk Köln (https://if-weinheim.de/tagungen/forum-2021/)
Lecture Series: Communicating Climate Change – Interdisciplinary Perspectives
University of Duisburg-Essen, April – July 2022 (organized by Profs. Julia Hoydis, Jens Martin Gurr und Roman Bartosch)
Confronted with the undeniable urgency of the climate crisis, why don’t we act the way we know we should? Why aren’t scientific facts enough? What kinds of stories do we need to tell? What role does justice and generational conflict play? How do different disciplines approach climate change communication and what have they got to offer?
To discuss questions such as these, this lecture series presents contributions from leading experts in fields ranging from human geography, sociology, and philosophy to literary and media studies. Talks and discussions are open to the public. They will be held in German and English and take place online via Zoom.
Julia Hoydis has been invited to a public round table discussion at Schloss Herrenhausen, Germany (organised by the Volkswagen Foundation) and will discuss climate change literacy with Professor Magdalena Göbl, Dirk Rossmann, Dr. Bernd Sommer and Annette Riedel.
Julia Hoydis has presented a paper on “Stranger than Fiction”? (Im)probability, Multi-Species Migration, and Climate Change in Amitav Ghosh’s Gun Island at the international conference “SUBJECTIVITIES OF MIGRATION. Poetics and Genre in the Literary Imagination of Migrant Experience since 1989”, Barenboim-Said Akademie, Berlin, 13. September 2021
Roman Bartosch, Julia Hoydis and Jens Martin Gurr have presented on this year’s KWI Essen conference ‘Ecologies of Fear’.