Drawing on the systemic mechanisms of violence they see emerging in their fields, an interdisciplinary panel, including award-winning journalist Jess Hill, will share their insights into the ways that cycles of violence endure within our society.
The Living Room Theatre’s Bottled Up Micro-festival curated by Michelle St Anne and Jacques Emery in partnership with the Sydney Environment Institute and City of Sydney. A series of theatrical sound nights, academic panels and artist talks that explore themes of violence against women and the environment.
Ngarukuruwala anganuwanga kukunari ngimpurumi. Ngarukuruwala means ‘we sing’ and it is who we are and it makes us well. A group of singers from the Tiwi Islands are performing a pop-up concert amongst Tiwi artifacts at the Chau Chak Wing Museum.
The Living with Bushfire: Emerging Research Seminar Series brings together researchers from around the University of Sydney and beyond to explore diverse approaches to the topic of bushfire from the humanities and social sciences.
Unravelling the capitalist state: crisis and opportunity
In this PhD Seminar, SEI Doctoral Fellow Anna Sturman will draw upon her thesis to explore the capitalist state as a key terrain of inquiry for environmental and social justice movements. This analysis draws upon both the contemporary revival of state theory scholarship and on-the-ground responses from movements navigating rolling crises.
Researcher Blanche Verlie leads two interactive workshops for educators of adults and children that assist in addressing the building anxiety and awareness felt by students towards the climate crisis and methods for support and care.