Eric Klein Q+A: Escaping Extinction

Our first question that we asked Eric was concerning the social sciences. We asked what role the social sciences should have in surviving and preventing existential risks of destruction. Are we doing enough right now? [...]

By | November 14th, 2018|Categories: Reviews, Terminality|0 Comments

The World’s Been Ending for 500 Years: Centering Indigenous Knowledges and Sovereignty in Responding to Environmental Change

Responding to a line of Kyle Whyte thinking, which frames contemporary environmental collapse as an experience of déjà vu for many Indigenous peoples who have endured centuries of colonial violence, Dr. Leonardo Figueroa Helland asserted, [...]

By | November 7th, 2018|Categories: Reviews, Terminality|0 Comments

Film Concept based on Camus’ “The Myth of Sisyphus”

Writing Prompt: If you were to make a work of art from the myth of Sisyphus, what would it be? Sketch out the beginnings of your concept – where would you do it? What effect [...]

By | October 3rd, 2018|Categories: Reviews|0 Comments

Bunker Design 9/25

Dani D, Dani G, Meredith, Elsie Design sketches by Dani D -The bunker is sustainable for about 3 months on the mill. After some time it will need maintenance. An extra 3 months of life [...]

By | September 28th, 2018|Categories: Reviews, Terminality|0 Comments

Group Post 9/25

Group Post September 25th:  Poetics of Social Death Elsie, Dani D, Dani G, Meredith *burials as sites for study of social change Sources: beyond the body: death and social identity Social death: Racialized rightlessness and [...]

By | September 28th, 2018|Categories: Reviews, Terminality|0 Comments

The Ideology of Immortality: a Tool for Social Control

The Ideology of Immortality: a Tool for Social Control Research Group 1: Armando Dollero, Ousmane Sow and Oscar Fossum In Professor Abou Farman’s essay “Terminality,” he discusses how “biomedicine has changed the horizon of death [...]

By | September 26th, 2018|Categories: Reviews, Terminality|0 Comments