Call for papers: “Earth” September 19th-20th, TORCH, University of Oxford

The “Earth, Sea, Sky” project will commence at Oxford on “Earth,” the most anthropocentric, localized, and thereby familiar of the domains. The panel will consider how premodern texts and visual culture configure earth in proximity to various vantage points: local, regional, and national as well as theological, cultural, human, non/human, and creaturely.

For “Earth,” the project invites workshop participants to dwell on one or more of the following areas:
• Excavating earth (mines, resources, fossil fuels and other energy sources,
• Picturing earth (maps, globes, diagrams)
• Perceiving / Delimiting earth (borders, limits, perspectives)
• Covering earth (urban/rural, vegetation and crops, weather)
• Saving / Leaving earth (preservation, seed banks, travel, transcendence,

Prospective workshop participants are invited to send an expression of interest comprising a short statement of current research or practice (300-500 words) and a one page CV to and by 2nd April.

For more information about the “Earth, Sea, Sky” project, please visit

For more information about TORCH, please visit

Earth, Sea, Sky: An Environmental Humanities Research Network

Oe is excited to be participating in a multi-year, international project that will host three linked symposia that focus sequentially on the domains of “Earth, Sea, and Sky.”

For information on the first event, to take place In Oxford in September of 2019, see:

The Pulter Project

Oecologies is delighted to spread the word about the Pulter Project. A beautiful and inventive online edition of the 17th c Hester Pulter’s works has launched. Its many contributors include Oecologies’s own new Activities Coordinator, Professor Fran Dolan, who has collaborated with UC Davis grad student Samantha Snively and others.

Access the full site here  or a fantastic features overview here 

November 2018 – John Lyly’s Galatea 

Please see the attached poster and press release for this production of Galatea from Oecologies, UBC, and Bard on the Beach! The production is one night only, this Saturday November 10.

Tickets are free, but to guarantee a spot, reserve a seat online at: