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‘An Invocation to the Earth,’ 2020

Yeo Siew Hua

Season 01 Episode 01

28/09 - 04/10 2020

Asian Human Rights Commission, “Philippines: Murder of Gerry Ortega, an anti-mining activist, cannot be passed off as a robbery,” reliefweb.int, January 25, 2011 Ayomi Amindoni & Rebecca Henschke, “The burning scar: Inside the destruction of Asia’s last rainforests” BBC News, bbc.com, November 12, 2020 Ben Rosario, “Lagman sees military’s red-tagging as strong evidence in SC case against Anti-Terrorism Act” Manilla Bulletin, ,mb.com, October 28, 2020 Cheryl Sim, “Zhong Yuan Jie (Hungry Ghost Festival),” Singapore Infopedia, https://eresources.nlb.gov.sg, September 2020 Christopher Quah Wai Kheong, Anita Harris Satkunananthan, and Shahizah Ismail Hamdan, “Sang Kancil as Cultural Artefact: A Comparative Neo-Archetypal Study,” GEMA Online Journal of Language Studies, Vol. 19, No. 4 (2019) Jhesset O. Enano, “PH rights, green activists most targeted by violence in Asia,” Inquirer.net, June 27, 2019. Joe Parkin Daniels, “’We’re being massacred’: Colombia accused of failing to stop murders of activists,” The Guardian, theguardian.com, October 8, 2020 Kalikasan KPNE, “Taking Lands, Taking Lives,” kalikasan.net, December 9, 2019 Kenneth Roth, “Philippines: Events of 2019,” hrw.org, 2019 Leila B. Salaverria, “Anti-Terrorism Council’s first move: Make a list” Inquirer, inquirer.net, July 5, 2020 Nick Aspinwall, “Threats, raids and murders stalk Filipino environment activists,” Aljazeera.com, December 6, 2019 Reuters, “Honduran indigenous environmental activist killed in front of family,” CNN, https://edition.cnn.com/ , December 30, 2020 Sng Ler Jun, “Made in Singapore | Things People Send to the Underworld,” The New York Times Style Magazine: Singapore, tsingapore.com, August 15, 2019 Vittoria Traverso, “In China, Ghosts Demand the Finer Things in Life,” Atlas Obscura, October 19, 2017

‘Subcontinentment,’ 2020, ‘Lady Antigua,’ 2020, ‘Antarctica was a queer rave...,’ 2020

Himali Singh Soin

Season 01 Episode 02

05/10 - 11/10 2020

‘GaiaGuardianxs’ (Gaia’s Guardians), 2020

Patricia Domínguez

Season 01 Episode 03

12/10 - 25/10 2020

Asamblea Chilena en Londres, “TERCER conversatorio sobre DERECHO AL AGUA Y AL TERRITORIO LIBRE DE EXTRACTIVISMO,” youtube.com. October 2, 2020 Astrida Neimanis, Bodies of Water, Human Rights and the Hydrocommons (Topia21: 2018) Astrida Neimanis, “Hydrofeminism: Or, On Becoming a Body of Water.” in Undutiful Daughters: Mobilizing Future Concepts, Bodies and Subjectivities in Feminist Thought and Practice (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012) Natasha Daly, “Amazonía: Los esfuerzos para ayudar a los animales afectados por los incendios,” nationalgeographicla.com. September 26, 2019. Cantos a lo divino. Archivo de sonido MUCAM (Museo Campesino en Movimiento) Códice Tro-Cortesiano – scanned. Escritura de jeroglíficos Mayas: Los Códices Antiguos Mayas famsi.org Corpo_traitraico, “Conversación con Machi Millaray Huichalaf, (PILMAIKEN RESISTE),” instagram.com. July 21, 2020 DW Documentary, “Avocado – a positive superfood trend?” youtube.com. May 2, 2018. Fernanda Paul, “Protestas en Chile; 4 claves para entender la furia y el estallido social en el país sudamericano,” bbc.com/mundo. October 20, 2019 Francisco Javier Vásquez Peralta, Justicia en los ríos: La lucha del Movimiento por el acceso al agua, la tierra y la protección del medio ambiente en la Provincia de Petorca (Valparaíso: Modatima: 2012) Francisco Jiménez de la Fuente, “” No quiero ser un ícono”: la nueva vida de Gustavo Gatica, el joven que quedó ciego por disparos de la policía en las protestas de Chile,” bbc.com/mundo. August 24, 2020 Greta di Girolamo, “Guardianas del planeta: mujeres por la defensa del medio ambiente,” vice.com. July 29, 2020 Isidora Cepeda Beccar, CIUDADANÍA CRÍTICA Y BIEN COMÚN: La demanda del agua como bien común en la provincia de Petorca, Chile (Universidad de Leiden: 2016) Ivonne Toro Agurto, “Fabiola Campillai, “Para mí no hay justicia. Tus ojos, no puede haber nada que te los devuelva,”” ciperchile.cl. January 27, 2020. Los Ojos de Chile, losojosdechile.cl. November, 2019 Mario Roso de Luna La ciencia hierática de los Mayas: (contribución para el estudio de los códices Anáhuac) (Editorial Maxtor: 2016) Mary A. Ciaramella, The idol makers in the Madrid Codex (New Jersey: Pequannock, 2004) Modatima, Zona Sur, “Actividades de Modatima Punta Arenas en el Día Mundial del Agua” modatima.cl, March 26, 2019 Nacho Sánchez, “La provincia que produce más aguacates de Europa busca agua, “ elpais.com, November 17, 2020 Paola Bolados, Conflictos socio-ambientales/territoriales y el surgimiento de identidades post neoliberales (Valparaíso-Chile) (Izquierdas, 31: 2016) Sebastián Andrade Daigre “La historia de un estallido,” elestallidosocial.com. October 18, 2019 The Clinic, “Desmontan tubería ilegal que sacaba agua del río Petorca” theclinic.cl, February 5, 2019 VVAA, Alta Esfera (Mundana ediciones and MUCAM: 2017) VVAA, Feminismo Popular y Territorios en Resistencia: La lucha de las Mujeres en la Zona de Sacrificio Quintero-Puchuncaví ed. Tamara Ortega Uribe (Fundación emerge: 2020) VVAA, “La eco-geo-política del agua: una propuesta desde los territorios en las luchas por la recuperación del agua en la provincia de Petorca (Zona central de Chile)” Revista Rupturas, Vol.8 nº 1, 2018 VVAA, Politización de la crisis hídrica en Chile: Análisis del conflicto por el agua en la provincia de Petorca (Agua y Territorio, No.10: 2017)

‘Geometría del centro,’ 2020

Christian Salablanca Díaz

Season 01 Episode 04

26/10 - 01/11 2020

Alfredo Gónzales Chavés y Fernando Gónzales Vásquez, La casa cósmica talamanqueña y sus simbolismos, Costa Rica: Universidad Estatal a distancia, 1989). Christian Salablanca Díaz, Espejos de agua escuelas alineadas por círculos. FLORAE (Movimientos: Sierra Nevada) vol. 5, September 2020 Christian Salablanca Díaz, Geometría del centro: cartografía de un territorio en movimiento. FLORAE (Movimientos: Sierra Nevada) vol. 5, September 2020 Díaz Bringas, Tamara, texto de sala en el Museo Nacional, sede de la X Bienal Centroamericana, San José, Costa Rica, 31 de agosto a 30 de septiembre 2016 Ivar Zapp & George Erikson, Atlantis in America: Navigators of the Ancient World, (Kempton, Ill.: Adventures Unlimited Press, 1998). Ivar Zapp, Retorno a la Edad de Oro: la lengua cuadriculada de los huetares (San José: Editorial Tecnológica de Costa Rica, 2015). J. Diego Quesada. “Las lenguas Chibchas y sus hablantes,” Indentitá delle comunita indigene del Centro America, ed Antonio Palmisano (Roma: IILA, 2008), 183–194. Manuela Manzano Vega, El círculo mágico. Geometría Sagrada en Ciudad Perdida, (Madrid: Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura, 2000). Margarita Granados and Liliana Múnera “No a la desviación del cauce del río Ranchería,” Cien Días Nº 76, cinep.org.co, 2012. Margarita Serje, “La invención de la Sierra Nevada”, Antípoda N. 7 (julio-diciembre 2008): 197-229. Sylvia Botero, La Geografía Sagrada: la Montaña de los Hermanos Mayores, (Bogotá: Instituto Colombiano de Antropología, 1986).

‘Listen to my words,’ 2020

Dana Awartani

Season 01 Episode 05

02/11 - 08/11 2020

Abdullah al-Udhari, Classical Poems by Arab Women: A Bilingual Anthology (London: Saqui Boocks, 1999, 2017) Arwa Haider, “The Arab women who refuse to be silent”, bbc.com, March 7, 2017 Ayman Fathy Ashour, Islamic Architectural Heritage: Mashrabiya, WIT Transactions on The Built Environment, WIT Press, vol 177 (2018) BULAQ Podcast, co-hosted by Ursula Lindsey and M Lynx Qualey Evren Birkan, “Woman and Love in Medieval Courtly Literature: The Real and the Fictional”, Master’s thesis, Doğuş University (2011) John Lundberg, “Saudi Poet Is a Bright Star for Women’s Rights”, huffpost.com, May 28, 2010 Lyn Reese, “Female Heroes of Asia: India – Nur Jahan”, womeninworldhistory.com, (2019) Mahbub Rashid, “Islamic Architecture: An Architecture of the Ephemeral”, 2020 Mahina Reki, Semra Arslan Selçuk, “Evolution of geometric patterns in Islamic world and a case on the jalis of the Naulakha Pavilion in the Lahore Fort”, Gazi University Journal of Science Part B, 6(1) (2018) Maria Segol, “Representing the Body in Poems by Medieval Muslim Women,” Medieval Feminist Forum: A Journal of Gender and Sexuality 45, no. 1 (2009) Rachel Schine, “Textual Harassment: Reading Medieval Arabic Love Verse in the Context of Consent,” The Religion & Culture Forum, University of Chicago, voices.uchicago.edu (2018) Saeed Saeed, “Hissa Hilal: You will see a lot of great things coming from Saudi women”, thenationalnews.com, March 27, 2011 Schippers, A, “The role of woman in medieval Andalusian Arabic story-telling”, Verse and the fair sex: studies in Arabic poetry and in the representation of woman in Arabic literature, (Utrecht: M.Th.Houtsma Stichting, 1993) UN Women, “In the words of Habiba Sarabi: “Our vision is of an Afghanistan where every woman can live in peace and recognize her rights””, unwomen.org, October 19, 2020 UN Women, “In the words of Hikmah Bafagih: “Our vision is to create an inclusive Islam, having people oppose me is very common””, unwomen.org, October 23, 2017 Vanessa Corcoran, “Silencing Medieval Women’s Voices – Nevertheless, She Persisted”, publicmedievalist.com, November 8, 2018 Zaina Ujayl, “The Empty Harem: Negotiating Muslim Women’s Symbolism through Literature”, Research thesis, Ohio State University (2017) Zoltan Szombathy, “Freedom of Expression and Censorship in Medieval Arabic Literature”, Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies, Vol 7 (2007) Zulkeplee Othman, Rosemary Aird, and Laurie Buys, “Privacy, modesty, hospitality, and the design of Muslim homes: A literature review”, Frontiers of Architectural Research, Volume 4, Issue 1 (March 2015)

‘Voyage Entre Deux (Journey Between Two),’ 2013–2020, ‘Voyage Entre Nous (Journey Between Us),’ 2020

Dorine Mokha

Season 01 Episode 06

09/11 - 22/11 2020

Brandon Tensley, “The promise of LGBTQ equality under the Biden administration,” cnn.com, November 14, 2020 Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, Democratic Republic of the Congo: Situation of homosexuals, including legislation and support services; treatment of homosexuals by society and government authorities, refworld.org, March 3, 2011 Christian Rumu, “Landscape analysis of the Human Rights situation of Lesbians, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex people and Sex Workers in the Democratic Republic of Congo,” globalphillantropicproject.org, 2017 Delphine Bauer, “RDC: une communauté LGBT dans l’ombre,” youpress.fr, December 1, 2016. Esther Nsapu, “Members of the LGBT Community in DRC Face Violence and Excommunication,” globalpressjournal.com, March 30, 2018. Esther Nsapu, “RDC: les LGBTI du Sud-Kivu demandent à ne plus être discriminés,” lalibre.be, May 23, 2019. Eustache Kilwa Sibumba, Adolphe Banza Bamwamba and Hortense Ndabereye Pendeza, “Les perspec-tives de l’institutionnalisation de l’homosexualité en Afrique: Cas de la République Démocratique du Congo,” International Journal of Innovation and Applied Studies, archives-ouvertes.fr, March 31, 2019. Faustin Linyekula dance company, Studios Kabako, Kisangani, RD Congo Finbarr O’Reilly and Matt Fidler, “Congo in Conversation – a photographic chronicle” The Guardian, theguardian.com, November 23, 2020 Human Rights Watch, “DR Congo: Respecting Rights Key Amid Covid-19”, hrw.org, April 3, 2020 Juliette Dubois, “En République démocratique du Congo, la communauté LGBT plus que jamais 2.0,” lemonde.fr, June 21, 2020. Programme National Multisectoriel de Lutte Contre le Sida, “RAPPORT SUR L’ÉTAT D’AVANCEMENT DE LA REPONSE A L’EPIDEMIE DU VIH/Sida,” unaids.org, March, 2014 Rodriguez Katsuva, “Pour un dialogue apaisé sur l’homosexualité en RDC,” habarirdc.net, June 23, 2017. Si Jeunesse Savait and Sexual Rights Initiative, Examen périodique universel de la République Démocratique du Congo, May, 2014 Sylvestre Luwa and Christophe Cassiau-Haurie, “L’homosexualite en Afrique, un tabou persistant,” Africultures les mondes en relation, africultures.com, May 4, 2009 UN Women, “I am Generation Equality: Pip Gardner, LGBTQI+ leader and activist”, unwomen.org, February 12, 2020 UN Women, “UN Women statement for the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Interphobia and Transphobia, 2020”, unwomen.org, May 17, 2020 Will Storr and Jim Powell, “Male rape: a weapon of war”, guardian.co.uk, July 15, 2011
Donald A. Gurnett, Space Audio, These are the “sounds of space” collected by UIowa instruments on various spacecraft, The University of Iowa, 2003-2020 Dragan Novković, Marko Peljević and Mateja Malinović, “Synthesis and analysis of sounds developed from the Bose-Einstein condensate: Theory and experimental results,” Musikologija, Issue 24, 2018 Felix.blume, 849 free samples, freesound.org, 2010-2020 Fission9, 49 free samples, freesound,org, 2018-2020 Freesound by Bram de Jong, Project of the Music Technology Group of Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona. freesound.org, 2005 Gowler music: Free Resources for Musicians, glovermusic.com, 2018-2020 Huybrighs HLF, Futaana Y, Barabash S, Wieser M, Wurz P, Krupp N et al, “On the in-situ detectability of Europa’s water vapour plumes by a fly-by mission,” Icarus, Vol 289, 2016 Jacques-Yves Cousteau and Louis Malle, The Silent World, 1956 JohnLavine333, 369 free samples, freesound.org, 2009-2020 Paul Brown, “Specieswatch: each octopus arm may have a mind of its own” theguardian.com, November 24, 2020 Scale Workshop by Sevish, Lajos Mézáros, Scott Thompson and Carl Lumma “The philosophy of the sounds (in making of the three tracks)”, Created and Produced by Pratyush Pushkar and Riya Raagini (BaRiya), Mixing and Mastering by Hemant Chakraborty, 2020 The Quantum Music Project, co-funded by Creative Europe, 2015-2018 Tim.kahn, 3603 free samples, freesound.org, 2005-2020 VVAA, A Return to the Island, edited by Helena Lugo (Nowhere: México, 2018)

freq_wave (84 channel live online remix performances with Carl Michael von Hausswolff, Finnbogi Pétursson & Jana Winderen)

freq_wave

Season 01 Episode 08

30/11 - 06/12 2020

Anne McClintock, “Monster: A Fugue in Fire and Ice,” Oceans in Transformation, e-flux.com, June 1, 2020 Carlos M Duarte et al.,“The soundscape of the Anthropocene ocean,” Science, https://science.sciencemag.org/ , February 5, 2021 E-flux journal, “The Ocean,” edited by Julieta Aranda and Chus Martínez, E-flux journal 112, October 15, 2020 Elizabeth A. Povinelli, “The Ancestral Present of Oceanic Illusions: Connected and Differentiated in Late Toxic Liberalism,” e-flux journal 112, e-flux.com, October 15, 2020 Gerald D’Spain an Douglas Wartzok, “Ocean Noise and Marine Mammals,” Acoustical Society of America Tutorial, 2004 Greg Dvorak, “S/pacific Islands: Some Reflections on Identity and Art in Contemporary Oceania,” e-flux journal 112, e-flux.com, October 15, 2020 Jennifer Gabrys, “Ocean Sensing and Navigating the End of this World,” E-flux journal 102, June 2019 John Hildebrand, “Sources of Anthropogenic Sound in the Marine Environment,” University of California San Diego, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, 2019 Jon Letman, “Left stranded: US military sonar linked to whale beachings in Pacific, say scientists,” The Guardian, International Edition, theguardian.com, January 2021 Julieta Aranda and Eben Kirksey, “Toward a Glossary of the Oceanic Undead: A(mphibious) through F(utures),” e-flux journal 112, e-flux.com, October 15, 2020 Laure Zanna et al, “Global reconstruction of historical ocean heat storageand transport,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2018 Mariana Silva, “Mining the Deep Sea,” E-flux journal 109, e-flux.com, May, 2020 Ocean Archive, Freq_Wave: 7 seas, ocean-archive.org, 2020 Oceans in Transformation: Territorial Agency, TBA21-Academy, Ocean Space, 2020 Sounds Too Many by TBA-Academy and TBA21, 2019 TBA21–Academy, “Territorial Agency: Oceans in Transformation,” e-flux, August 24, 2020 TBA21–Academy, “The Sea – Sounds & Storytelling Online Program,” e-flux.com, October 12, 2020 Territorial Agency, “Oceans in Transformation,” territorialagency.com, 2020

‘A Dream Dreaming a Dream Dreaming,’ 2020

Daniel Steegmann Mangrané

Season 01 Episode 09

07/12 - 13/12 2020

Amy Barret, “The Amazon Rainforest: could it become a desert?,” sciencefocus.com, October 6, 2019 Ana María Machado et al, Xawara, Rastros da Covid-19 na terra indígena Yanomami e a omissão do estado (instituto Socioambiental: São Paulo, 2020) Assista à íntegra do discurso de Jair Bolsonaro na ONU, Published by Estadão, September 24, 2019 Bob Jordan, “Viral lessons: What a little-known virus could teach us about COVID-19,” Stanford News, stanford.edu, November 11, 2020 Charles R. Clement et al, “The domestication of Amazonia before European conquest,” proceedings B, The Royal Society Publishing, August 7, 2015 Complicity IN Destruction III: How global corporations enable violations of Indigenous peoples’ rights in the Brazilian Amazon, complicityindestruction.org, 2020 David Shukman, “Brazil’s Amazon: Deforestation surges to 12-year hihg,” bbc.com, December 1, 2020 Eduardo Kohn, “How dogs dream: Amazonian natures and the politics of transspecies engagement,” Cornell University, 2007 Eduardo Viveiros de Castro, “The Transformation of Objects into Subjects in Amerindian Ontologies,” Exchanging Perspectives, Duke University Press, 2004 Erin Blakemore, “Amazon Jungle Once Home to Millions More Than Previously Thought,” nationalgeographic.com, March 27, 2018 Ernesto Londoño and Letícia Casado, “As Bolsonaro Keeps Amazon Vows, Brazil´s Indigenous Fear Ethnocide” nytimes.com, April 19, 2020 Human Rights Council, “Ten years of the implementation of the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: good practices and lessons learned -2007-2017,” United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, ohchr.org, 2017 Human Rights Watch, “Rainforest Mafias: How Violence and Impunity Fuel Deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon,” hrw.org, September 17, 2019 ÍNDIO CIDADÃO? – Grito 3 Ailton Krenak, Published by ÍNDIO CIDADÃO? – O FILME, September 3, 2014 Lindsay Brown, “How your chicken is linked to deforestation in Brazil,” bbc.com, November 28, 2020 Peter Yeung, “Brazil’s Amazon rainforest has become the Wild West for illegal gold miners,” dw.com, April 15, 2020 Rhett A. Butler, “Brazil’s Forest,” mongabay.com, August 14, 2020 Tom Phillips, “‘A complete massacre, a horror film’: inside Brazil’s Covid disaster,” The Guardian, www.theguardian.com, January 24, 2021 Tom Phillips, “We are on the eve of a genocide: Brazil urged to save Amazon tribes from Covid-19,” theguardian.com, May 3, 2020 Transparency International: The Global Coalition Against Corruption, Brazil, transparency.org Yangyang Xu et al, “Global warming will happen faster than we think,” nature.com, December 5, 2018
Amar Guriro, “Pakistan’s coal expansion brings misery in the Thar desert,” The Third Pole, thethirdpole.net, August 23, 2016 Amira El-Zein, “The Poetics of the Invisible: Muslim Imagination and the Jinn,” Islam, Arabs and the Intelligent world of the Jinn, 2009 Anand Taneja, “Jinneaology: Everyday life and Islamic theology in post-partition Delhi,” HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory 3, nº 3, 2013 Danika Cooper, “Invisible Deserts,” New Silk Roads, e-flux architecture, February, 2020 David Abrams, “The Remembering and Forgetting of the Air,” The Spell of the Sensuous: Perception and Language in a More-Than-Human World, 1996. David Landis Barnhill, Roger S. Gottlieb (eds), “Deep Ecology and World Religions: New Essays on Sacred Grounds” SUNY series in Radical Social and Political Theory, 2001 Emilio Spadola, “Jinn, Islam and Media in Morocco,” On Archaeology of Sainthood and Local Spirituality in Islam, 2004. Farhat Sultana, “Ethnicity and Healing Rituals in Gwadar Balochistan, Pakistan,” The Journal of the Middle East and Africa, vol. 4.1, 2013 Gadap Sessions by Abeera Kamran, Zahra Malkani and Shahana Rajani, ofstruggle.com Indigenous Rights Alliance, Facebook Group, Pakistan, 2015 LLewellyn Vaughan-Lee, Spiritual Ecology: The Cry of the Earth (California: The Golden Sufi Center, 2013). M. Jacqui Alexander, “Pedagogies of the Sacred: Making the Invisible Tangible,” Pedagogies of Crossing, 2005 Majed Akhter, “Infrastructures of Colonialism and Resistance,” Tanqeed, issue 9, tanqueed.org, August 2015 Mona Bhan, “Jinn, Floods and Resistant Ecologies and Imaginaries in Kashmir,” Economic and Political Weekly, 2018 Nishat Awan and Zahra Hussain, “Conflicting Material Imaginaries,” New Silk Roads, e-flux architecture, January, 2020 Nosheen Ali, “From Hallaj to Heer: Poetic Knowledge and the Muslim Tradition,” Journal of Narrative Politics, vol. 3.1, 2016 Omar Kasmani, “Audible Specters: The Sticky Shia Sonics of Sehwan,” History of Emotions, October, 2017 She Who Sees the Unknown by Morehshin Allahyari (2020) Taymiya Zaman, “Cities, Time and a Backward Glance,” The American Historical Review, vol. 123, issue 3, 2018.

‘CPMK2,’ 2021

Diana Policarpo

Season 02 Episode 01

03/05 - 09/05 2021

Alm, Torbjørn; & Elvevåg Brita. “Ergotism in Norway. Part 1: The symptoms and their interpretation from the late Iron Age to the seventeenth century.” History of Psychiatry 24, 2013, pp.15–33. Alm, Torbjørn; & Elvevåg Brita. “Ergotism in Norway. Part 2: The symptoms and their interpretation from the eighteenth century onwards.” History of Psychiatry 24, 2013; pp. 131–147 Barger, George. “Chapter 2.” In Ergot and Ergotism. A Monograph. London, Edinburgh: Gurney and Jackson, 1931 Dale, Henry Hallett. “On some physiological actions of ergot.” Journal of Physiology 34, 1906, pp.163–206. Diamond, Jared. Guns, Germs and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies. NYC: W.W. Norton, 1997. Ehrenreich, Barbara, & English, Deirdre. For Her Own Good: Two Centuries of the Experts Advice to Women (1978), 2nd ed. NYC: Anchor Books, 2005 Ehrenreich, Barbara; & English, Deirdre. Witches, Midwives, & Nurses: A History of Women Healers, 2nd ed. Old Westbury, NYC: Feminist Press, 1973 Evans, Arthur. Witchcraft and Gay Counterculture: A Radical View of Western Civilization and Some of the People it has Tried to Destroy. Boston: FAG RAG Books,1978 [Republished by Feral Death Coven in clandestinity, 2013]. Federici, Silvia. Caliban and the Witch. Women, the Body and Primitive Accumulation in Medieval Europe. 2nd edition. NYC: Autonomedia, 2014. Fuentes, Juan José; Fonseca, Francina; Elices, Matilde; Farré, Magi; & Torrens, Marta “Therapeutic Use of LSD in Psychiatry: A Systematic Review of Randomized-Controlled Clinical Trials.” Front Psychiatry 10, 2019 [National Center for Biotechnology Information Search, uploaded January 21, 2020] Gay Plants. “Issue 1: Monsters.” Gay Plants. queer encounters with herbalism and related practices; against the gendered nightmare, towards the creative nothing! [online publication, 2013]. Haraway, Donna. “A Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and Socialist Feminism in the Late Twentieth Century” (1985). In Simians, Cyborgs and Women: The Reinvention of Nature. NYC: Routledge, 1991, pp.149-181. Hartlieb, Johannes. Book of Herbs (Kräuterbuch,1462). Berlin State Library, Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation [World Digital Library, last update January 8, 2018] Illana Esteban, Carlos. “El cornezuelo del centeno (III): los misterios de la eleusis y la representación del ergotismo en la pintura.” Boletín de la Sociedad Micológica de Madrid, 34, 2010. Le Guin, Ursula. “The Carrier Bag Theory of Fiction.” In The Ecocriticism Reader: Landmarks in Literary Ecology (1986), ed. Cheryll Glotfelty & Harold Fromm. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1996, pp.149-154. Lee, MR. “The history of ergot of rye (Claviceps purpurea) I: from antiquity to 1900.” J R Coll Physicians Edinburgh, June 2009, pp.179-84. Lee, MR. “The history of ergot of rye (Claviceps purpurea) II: 1900–1940.” J R Coll Physicians Edinburgh, December 2009, pp.365–369. Lemos, Sofia. “Diana Policarpo, Death Grip, 2019, EDP Foundation New Artists Award, MAAT, Lisbon, 2019.” Contemporânea 4, January, 2020, n.p Lowenhaupt Tsing, Anna The Mushroom at the End of the World. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2017. Malicdem, Darwin. “Biologist to develop ‘transgenic tobacco plants’ for trans people to grow sex hormones at home.” International Business Times, December 1, 2015. McCoy, Peter. Radical Mycology: A Treatise On Seeing & Working With Fungi. Portland, Oregon: Chthaeus Press, 2016 McCoy, Peter. “Radical Mycology Webinar 1: Seeing Fungi.” [Youtube, Radical Mycology, June 9, 2016] McCoy, Peter. “Radical Mycology Webinar 2: Working with Fungi.” [Youtube, Radical Mycology, June 9, 2016 Pérez Pena, Marcos. “La historia del cornezuelo, el LSD de nuestras abuelas que sentó las bases de la industria farmacéutica gallega: Sabela Iglesias y Adriana Villanueva preparan un documental sobre este hongo de efectos alucinógenos y usado para facilitar partos y provocar abortos, que llegó a provocar una ‘fiebre’ económica en el rural gallego.” Eldiario.es, February 6, 2019. Perlman, Fredy. Against His-story, against Leviathan!: an essay. Detroit: Black & Red, 1983. Perrone, Bobette; Stockel, Henrietta H; & Krueger, Victoria. Medicine Women, Curanderas, and Women Doctors. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1993 Pin, Paula. “Bioshophy.” http://paulapin.net/biosophy/ [website], n.d. Pin, Paula. “Hackteria.” https://jellypin.hotglue.me/hackteria [website], n.d Pin, Paula. “Network for transfeminist Open Science Frictions.” https://jellypin.hotglue.me [website], n.d. Pin, Paula. “TransOrgansOnAchip.” http://paulapin.net/transorgansonachip/ [website], n.d Policarpo, Diana. Diana Policarpo [blogspot], last update February 14, 2021. Power Makes Us Sick. “POWER MAKES US SICK.” Trans Health Zine, http://p-m-s.life/ [online publication], ISSUES #1 #2; & #3. Berlin, Winter, 2013; Summer, 2017; July, 2018 Prototyp-ome autoresidence. “Dispositivos y herramientas del laboratorio móvil BioTRANSlab.” https://prototypome.gridspinoza.net/ [website], last update September 25, 2017. Riddle, John M. Goddesses, Elixirs and Witches: Plants and Sexuality Throughout Human History. NYC: Palgrave MacMillan, 2010. Shulgin, Ann, & and Sasha Shulgin. “Pihkal and Tihkal: A Chemical Love Story.” LSD – Problem Child and Wonder Drug: International Symposium on the Occasion of the 100th Birthday of Albert Hofmann, Basel, January 14, 2006 [Youtube, gaiamedia, November 13, 2013] Shulgin, Ann, & Shulgin, Sasha. PIHKAL: A Chemical Love Story. Berkeley: Transform Press, 1991 Spanos, Nicholas P; & Gottlieb, Jack. “Ergotism and the Salem Village Witch Trials: Records of the events of 1692 do not support the hypothesis that ergot poisoning was involved.” Science, vol. 194, December 1976, pp.1390-1394. Strickland JR, Looper ML, Matthews JC, Rosenkrans C-F, Jr, Flythe MD and Brown KR. “St. Anthony’s Fire in livestock: causes, mechanisms, and potential solutions.” Journal of Animal Science 89, 2011, pp.1603-1626. Taylor BJ. Northern Travel: Summer and Winter Pictures. Sweden, Denmark, and Norway. London: Sampson Low, 1858. Torres, Diana J. Coño potens: Manual sobre su poder, su próstata y sus fluidos, 2nd edition. Tafalla: Txalaparta, 2012. Torres, Diana J. Pornoterrorismo (excerpt). Tafalla: Txalaparta, 2011, pp.1-50 Trinidade Lobo, Ana Maria; Félix, Sundaresan Prabhakar, Alberto; & Benito-Rodriguez, A. M. “The Alkaloids of the Portuguese Ergot.” Boletim da Sociedade de Química, 23, January, 1981 [Nova Research Portal, Nova University Lisbon, n.d.] Tucker, Miriam E. “Biohackers Aim To Make Homebrew Insulin, But Don’t Try It Yet.” NPR, July 15, 2015 van Dongen, Pieter WJ; & de Groot, Akosua NJA. “History of ergot alkaloids from ergotism to ergometrine.” European Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Biology 60, 1995, pp.109–116 Wasson, Robert Gordon; Hofmann, Albert; & Ruck, Carl AP. The Road to Eleusis: Unveiling the Secrets of the Mysteries. Los Angeles: Hermes Press/William Dailey Antiquarian, 1998. Wasson, Robert Gordon; Kramrisch, Stella; Ott, Jonathan; & Ruck, Carl AP. 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‘Sopera de Yemaya,’ 2020-2021

Courtney Desiree Morris

Season 02 Episode 02

10/05 - 16/05 2021

Abbilona (band); & Rodríguez, Antonio (composer). Abbilona Original. Yemaya IV. Dueña del Mar, Caribe Sound, Cuba, 2013 [Soundcloud, Grupo Abbilona, January 31, 2013] Abbilona. Yemaya II. DDS Music, Caribe Sound, Cuba, 2013 Caribe Sound, Cuba, 2013 [Soundcloud, Grupo Abbilona, February 27, 2013] Alexander, M. Jacqui. Pedagogies of Crossing: Meditations on Feminism, Sexual Politics, Memory, and the Sacred. Durham: Duke University Press, 2005, pp.1-18 Brand, Dionne. A Map to the Door of No Return: Notes to Belonging. Toronto: Doubleday Canada, 2001 Butler, Octavia E. Wild Seed. Garden City: Doubleday, 1980 Cabrera, Lydia. Yemayá y Ochún: Kariocha, Iyalorichas y Olorichas (1980). Miami: Ediciones Universal, 1996 Campos Pons, Maria Magdalena; & Leonard, Neil. “Habla Lamadre” (performance of the public program Carrie Mae Weens Live: Past Tense, Future Perfect, Guggenheim Museum, NYC, April 25-27, 2014). [Youtube, Guggenheim Museum, December 9, 2016] Carson, Rachel; and Hubbel, Sue. The Edge of the Sea. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1998 Carson, Rachel. The Sea around Us. NYC: Oxford University Press, 2018 Clipping. The Deep. EP, Sub Pop, US, 2017, SP1226 [Youtube, Sub-Pop, August 19, 2017] Cruz, Celia, con La Sonora Matancera. “Chango Ta’ Veni.” In Sabor y ritmo de los pueblos. LP, Seeco, US, 1964, CN SCLP 9271 [Youtube, Manuel Molina, December] Cruz, Celia, con La Sonora Matancera. Homenaje a los Santos Vol. 1 LP, Seeco, Mexico, 1972, 25037 [Spotify] Cruz, Celia, con La Sonora Matancera. Homenaje a los Santos Vol. 2. LP, Seeco, US, 1965, SCLP 9281[Spotify] Cruz, Celia; & Puente, Tito. “Celia Cruz & Tito Puente y Su Orq. – Yemayá” (1987). [Youtube, Gerson Maldonado, December 18, 2014] Drexciya. The Quest. LP, Submerge, US, 1997, CN SVE-7 [Youtube, Emma Zoia, September 11, 2017] El PAKETE Cuba. “Yemaya Dancing the World Cuba.” [Youtube, El PAKETE Cuba, September 20, 2017] Estés, Clarissa Pinkola. Women Who Run with the Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype. NYC: Ballantine Books, 1995 Falola, Toyin; & Yacob-Haliso, Olajumoke (eds.). Gendering Knowledge in Africa and the African Diaspora: Contesting History and Power. London: Routledge, 2017 Gilroy, Paul. The Black Atlantic: Modernity and Double Consciousness. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1993 Gosset, Reina (dir.). Atlantic is a sea of bones. 28th annual iteration of Visual AIDS’ Day With(out) Art project, Alternate Endings, Radical Beginnings, curated by Erin Christovale and Vivian Crockett for Visual AIDS. [Vimeo, Visual Aids Blog, January 29, 2018] Gumbs, Alexis Pauline; Martens, China; & Williams, Mai’a. Revolutionary Mothering: Love on the Front Lines. Oakland: PM Press, 2016 Gumbs, Alexis Pauline. Undrowned: Black Feminist Lessons from Marine Mammals. Oakland: AK Press, 2020 Hameed, S. Ayesha. “Black Atlantis: Three Songs.”’ In Forensis: The Architecture of Public Truth, ed. by Forensic Architecture, Centre for Research Architecture, Department of Visual Cultures, Goldsmiths, University of London. London: Sternberg Press, 2014. pp.712-719 Harrison, Michaela. Whale Whispering Project. Project in collaboration with Institute Projeto Baleia Jubarte, Praia do Forte, Bahia, Brasil [blog, www.michaelaharrison.org/whale-whispering] – Ingersoll, Karin E. Waves of Knowing: A Seascape Epistemology. Durham; London: Duke University Press, 2016 Javier, Guido. “Los caminos de Yemaya, la Diosa del mar: Aquí gran parte de su Historia y sus caminos. [Youtube, arom620 Noticias, September 4, 2020] Javier, Guido. “¿Quién es Yemayá? en la religión Yoruba. Nos explica Guido Javier Oni Yemayá.” [Youtube, arom620 Noticias, May 2, 2020] King, Barbara J. “Grief and Love in the Animal Kingdom.” [TED Conferences, April 2019] King, Barbara J. How Animals Grieve. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2013 King, Barbara J. “When Anımals Mourn. Mounting evidence from species as diverse as cats and dolphins indicates that humans are not the only species that grieves over the loss of loved ones.” Scientific America Online, May 2017 Lawal, Babatune. The Gelede Spectacle: Art, Gender, and Social Harmony in an African Culture. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1997 Mason, John. 2016. In Praise of Our Mothers. Brooklyn: Yoruba Theological Archministry McClain, Dani, & Bernard, Emily. “We live for the We.” (Dani McClain, in conversation with Emily Bernard, about her book We Live for the We: The Political Power of Black Motherhood, New York: Nation Books, 2019). [C-SPAN, April 11, 2019] McKen, Amma D. “Yemonya.” In Alaako Oso: Owner of the Songs is Eloquent. Nusori Productions, US, 2007 [Bandcamp, Alaako Oso, June 4, 2007] McSpadden, Lezley; & Lyah Beth LeFlore. Tell the Truth & Shame the Devil: The Life, Legacy, and Love of My Son Michael Brown. NYC: Regan Arts, 2016 Meadows-Fernandez, A. Rochaun. “The unbearable grief of Black mothers. Between Covid-19 and police brutality, the burden of grief is yet another risk to Black mothers’ health.” Vox, May 28, 2020 Morrison, Toni. Beloved (1987). Vintage International. New York: Penguin Random House, 2007 Moya Rodriguez, Yusimi.“Orisha Yemaya Dance from Cuba” (former dancer at the Conjunto Folklorico Nacional de Cuba, demonstrating some basic afrocuban Lukumí (Yorùbá) dance moves for the Orisha Yemaya). [Youtube, Yusimi Moya, Diciembre 30, 2013] National Endowment for the Arts. “Amma D. McKen Yoruba Orisha Singer 2009 NEA National Heritage Fellow Queens, New York” (Biography, interview and related audio). [arts.gov last update December 21, 2012] Otero, Solimar; & Falola, Toyin. Yemoja: Gender, Sexuality, and Creativity in the Latina/o and Afro-Atlantic Diasporas. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2013 Ramos, Miguel W. On the Orishas’ Roads and Pathways: Yemojá, Mother of the World. Miami: Eleda.org Publications, 2019 Roeder, Ami. “America is Failing its Black Mothers. For decades, Harvard Chan alumni have shed light on high maternal mortality rates in African American women. Finally, policymakers are beginning to pay attention.” Magazine of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Winter, 2019 Ros, Lázaro, & Grupo Olorún. “Omoloddé Omo.” Orisha Ayé – Yemaya. Unicornio Producciones Abdala, Cuba, 2001, UN-CD6005 [Youtube, Lázaro Ros-Tema, June 23, 2015] Sanders, Pharoah. Message from Home. LP, Verve Records, US, 1996, CN 314 529 578-2 [Youtube, Pharoah Sanders, July 24, 2018] Till-Mobley, Mamie, and Chris Benson. Death of Innocence: The Story of the Hate Crime That Changed America. NYC: Random House, 2003 Tinsley, Omise’eke Natasha. “Black Atlantic, Queer Atlantic: Queer Imaginings of the Middle Passage.” GLQ 14, no. 2-3, 2008: pp.191-215 Turner, Philip J; Cannon, Sophie; De Land, Sarah et al. “Memorializing the Middle Passage on the Atlantic seabed in Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction” [Short communication]. Marine Policy, Volume 122, December 2020 Valdés, Merceditas. “Yemaya.” Merceditas Valdés (1959), Serie Perlas Cubanas, Calle Mayor, Spain, 2017, PC0211[Youtube, VintageMusicFM, May 14, 2015] Vega, Marta Moreno. The Altar of My Soul: The Living Traditions of Santería. 1st ed. NYC: One World, 200 Washington, Teresa N. Our Mothers, Our Powers, Our Texts: Manifestations of Ajé in Africana Literature. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2005

‘Barruntaremos,’ 2021

Asunción Molinos Gordo

Season 02 Episode 03

17/05 - 23/05 2021

Aristotle. Meteorology (Μετεωρολογικά, 350 B.C.E), trans. by E. W. Webster. [The Internet Classics Archive, uploaded 2009] Asociación Serranía de Guadalajara. Vocabulario Popular Serrano de Guadalajara, n.d. [serraniadeguadalajara.com, uploaded June 16, 2019] Calendario Zaragozano: Juicio universal meteorológico, calendario con los pronósticos del tiempo, santoral completo y ferias y mercados de España [website, n.d.] Carro, Cristina (presenter); & Sanz, Pedro (interviewee). “Cabañuelas 2021: Nieve en abril, heladas en mayo, dos olas de calor y granizo en septiembre.” Surcos Castilla y León. Valladolid: Castilla y León Televisión, December 20, 2020 [Youtube, Castilla y León Televisión, idem] Dahan Dalmedico, Amy. “History and Epistemology of Models: Meteorology (1946-1963) as a Case Study.” Archive for History of Exact Sciences 55, French National Centre for Scientific Research, Paris, April 2001, pp.395-422 Divinations by Astrological and Meteorological Phenomena, Issued by Imperial Order (御制天文象占 存十六卷], 1622-1722). National Central Library of Taiwan, Taipei [World Digital Library, last update January 8, 2018] Fan, Shifu (author); & Zhan, Bin (compiler). A Compilation of Divinations from the Tianyuan Jade Calendar and the Big Dipper Scripture (天元玉历璇玑经诸占正集 1368-1644). National Central Library of Taiwan, Taipei [World Digital Library,last update October 29, 2015] Fernández Martínez, Pilar. “Por los caminos venatorios de Miguel Delibes: palabras para un paisaje.” Lengua y Habla, Nº. 21, January-December, 2017, pp.175-201 [Dialnet-Universidad de la Rioja] Graßhoff, Gerd. “Babylonian meteorological observations and the empirical basis of ancient science.” In The Empirical Dimension of Ancient Near Eastern Studies. Münster: LIT Verlag, 2010, pp.38-48 Heredia Sánchez, Santiago. “Predicción de las cabañuelas para el año 2021.” ciudad-real.es, August 31, 2020 Moreno Rodríguez, Pilar. “Etnología – Las Cabañuelas: La predicción meteorológica, costumbre y creencia en Madridejos” (Zaragoza: Instituto Aragonés de Antropología, 1985). [madridejos.net, uploaded 1997] Ugarte, Unai (presenter); & Azkue, María Jesus (interviewee). “Las témporas y contratémporas, el método tradicional de predicción meteorológica.” Lur Bizia, Vitoria: EITB, January 22, 2021 Urdiales Yuste, Jorge. “El discurso rural de Miguel Delibes en Castilla, lo castellano y los castellanos.” Revista de folklore, Nº. 359, 2012, pp.36-40 [Fundación Joaquín Díaz] Zabala, Pello. “La meteorología tradicional” (originally published in Basque “Baserriko meteorologia”). Euskalnews & Media, 204, March 28, 2003 [The Internet Archive, uploaded May 9, 2007 Zen de Figueiredo Neves, Gustavo; Pérez Gallardo, Nuria; & da Silva Vecchia, Francisco Arthur. “A Short Critical History on the Development of Meteorology and Climatology.” Climate, 5, 23, Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, 2017, pp.1-17

‘Abou Farid’s War,’ 2021

Omar Mismar

Season 02 Episode 04

31/05 - 06/06 2021

Al-Azm, Amr; & Paul, Katie A. “How Facebook Made It Easier Than Ever to Traffic Middle Eastern Antiquities.” World Politics Review, August 14, 2018 Balty, Janine. Mosaïques antiques de Syrie: chronologie, iconographie, interprétation. Centre de Recherche d’Histoire 140. Paris: Les belles Lettres, 1995 [Persée, Collection de l’Institut des Sciences et Techniques de l’Antiquité, last update 2021]. Benjamin, Walter. “The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction.” In Illuminations, ed. by Hannah Arendt, trans. by Harry Zohn. New York: Schocken Books, 1968, pp.217–251. Buck-Morss, Susan. “Aesthetics and Anaesthetics: Walter Benjamin’s Artwork Essay Reconsidered.” October 62, Autumn, 1992, pp.3-41 Curry, Andrew. “Archaeologists Train ‘Monuments Men’ to Save Syria’s Past: Amid the devastation and danger of civil war, Syrian archaeologists and activists are risking their lives in the battle against looting.” National Geographic, September 3, 2014 Demos, T. J. The Migrant Image. Durham: Duke University Press, 2013 [Issuu, uploaded by Kosmic Bluez, January 9, 2016]. Foyle, Jonathan. “Is it time to rethink our ideas about preserving world heritage? As the destruction of cultural artefacts by Isis continues, perhaps we need to consider other ways to ‘save’ ancient monuments.” Financial Times, May 22, 2015 Hardy, Sam; & Cherri, Ali. “From the Invention of Ruins to the End of the National Museum.” Ashkal Alwan Home Works Forum 7, curated by Frie Leysen, Bassam El Baroni and Christine Tohme. Lebanon: Ashkal Alwan, 2015 [Vimeo, n.d.] Mounzer, Lina. “War in Translation: Giving Voice to the Women of Syria: Lina Mounzer on the Urgency of Telling the Stories of Conflict.” Literary Hub, October 6, 2016 Parkinson, Joe; Albayrak, Ayla; & Mavin, Duncan. “Syrian ‘Monuments Men’ Race to Protect Antiquities as Looting Bankrolls Terror.” The Wall Street Journal, updated February, 10, 2015 Paul, Katie A. “How Daesh Turns Illicit Digs Into Dollars.” The Day After: Working to Protect Syria’s Cultural Heritage, November 10, 2016 Retallack, Joan. The Poethical Wager. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2003. Scene Arabia. “Syria’s Cultural Heritage is a Casualty of War – Here are the People Protecting It: A flourishing online black market of antiquities brought ATHAR project together to track hundreds of groups’ online transactions – an attempt to reconnect Syria’s cultural fabric.” Scene Arabia, October 11, 2019 Steyerl, Hito. “In Defense of the Poor Image.” E-Flux Journal #10, November, 2009

‘The Aerosol Chronicles Capture Omlojan,’ 2021

Abhishek Hazra

Season 02 Episode 08

19/07 - 25/07 2021

Baviskar, Amita. Uncivil City: Ecology, Equity and the Commons in Delhi. Delhi, Institute of Economic Growth, 2020 Bhattacharya, Neeladri. The Great Agrarian Conquest: The Colonial Reshaping of a Rural World. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2020 Canfield, E; Rosing, T; and Bjerrum, Christian. “Early anaerobic metabolisms.” Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Biological Sciences, September 8, 2006 [The Royal Society Publishing] Chandrasekhar, Aruna (author); and,Tankha, Ishan (photographer).“We Didn’t Start The Fire: Why Delhi will choke until it understands why Punjab is on the slow burn.” The Caravan Magazine, November 11, 2018 Chandrasekhar, Aruna. “People, not carbon emissions, should be at the heart of the west’s climate action.” The Guardian, October 9, 2020 Choy, Timothy. “Air’s Substantiations.” In Lively Capital: Biotechnologies, Ethics, and Governance in Global Markets, edited by Kaushik Sunder Rajan. Durham: Duke University Press, 2012 Goswami, Avantika. “Why geoengineering is still a dangerous, techno-utopian dream.” Down To Earth, December 30, 2020 Hameed, Saira; Zhao, Jinzhuo; and Zare, Richard N. “Ambient PM particles reach mouse brain, generate ultrastructural hallmarks of neuroinflammation, and stimulate amyloid deposition, tangles, and plaque formation.” Talanta Open, Volume 2, December 2020 [ScienceDirect] Haraway, Donna J. Staying with the Trouble: Making Kin in the Chthulucene. Durham, Duke University Press, 2016 “Introduction to the Cyanobacteria.” UC Museum of Palaeontology, University of California, Berkeley Kumar, Deepak. Science and the Raj: A Study of British India, second edition. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2006 Malhi, Yadvinder. “The concept of the Anthropocene.” Annual Reviews in Environment and Resources, Vol. 42, 2017, pp.77–104 [Yadvinder Mahli Blogspot, Travels In Ecosystem Science, August 26, 2017] Mallabarman, Adwaita. A River Called Titash (Titash Ekti Nadir Naam). Translated by Kalpana Bardhan. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993 Maynard, Andrew. “The fourth industrial revolution: what does WEF’s Klaus Schwab leave out?” The Conversation, January 15, 2016 Narayan, Shweta. “POISONED: Report on the Environmental Sampling around the Coal Mines, Thermal Power Plants and Ash Ponds in Tamnar & Gharghoda Blocks of Raigarh, Chhattisgarh.” Community Environmental Monitoring and Dalit Adivasi Mazdoor Sangathan, August 2017 Palit, Chittabrata; and Amit Bhattacharyya, Amit (eds). Science, Technology, Medicine and Environment in India: Historical Perspectives. Calcutta: Bibhasa, 1998 Ramaswamy, Ram; et al. “The Dynamics Lab.” Website of Dr. Ramaswamy’s laboratory at the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi Santhosh, S. “Politics as Pedagogy.” e-flux Architecture, Architectures of Education, March 10, 2020 [Architectures of Education is a collaboration between Nottingham Contemporary, Kingston University, and e-flux Architecture, 2020] Sharan, Awanendhra. Dust and Smoke: Air Pollution and Colonial Urbanism, India, c.1860–c.1940. Hyderabad: Orient Blackswan, 2020 Sharma, Mukul. Castes of Environment: Dalit & Green Politics by Mukul Sharma. [Youtube, Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan Mumbai, February 12, 2020] Sivaramakrishnan, K. Modern Forests: Statemaking and Environmental Change in Colonial Eastern India. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1999 Yadav, Anumeha. “The anger of Adivasis turns to poetry of anguish and hope in a young woman’s hands.” Scroll.in, June 5, 2016 Zare, Richard: et al. “Zare Lab.” Website of Dr. Richard Zare’s laboratory at Stanford University, Department of Chemistry, Stanford

‘The Sounds of Cannons, Familiar Like Sad Refrains (Đại Bác Nghe Quen Như Câu Dạo Buồn),’ 2021

Tuan Andrew Nguyen

Season 02 Episode 05

21/06 - 27/06 2021

Central Intelligence Agency. “The Vietnam Collection.” [CIA declassified documents on the Vietnam War, CIA.gov, n.d.] Central Intelligence Agency. “Vietnam Histories.” [CIA declassified documents on the Vietnam War, CIA.gov, n.d.] China Global Television Network. “Assignment Asia: Clearing the bombs in Laos.” [Youtube, CGTN, April 5, 2017] Congressional Research Service. “U.S. Agent Orange/Dioxin Assistance to Vietnam.” [US Congress Report, EveryCRSreport.com, November 13, 2015, updated February 10, 2021] Congressional Research Service. “War Legacy Issues in Southeast Asia: Unexploded Ordnance (UXO).” [US Congress Report, EveryCRSreport.com, June 3, 2019] Cope Laos. “Solution.” [Youtube, COPE LAOS, September 21, 2016] Cope Laos. “The Problem.” [Youtube, COPE LAOS, September 21, 2016] Cope Laos. “What we do.” [copelaos.org, n.d.] ESRI. “Bombing Missions of the Vietnam War: A visual record of the largest aerial bombardment in history.” Story Maps ESRI, 2017 Handicap International. Circle of Impact: The Fatal Footprint of Cluster Munitions on People and Communities. Brussels: Handicap International, 2007 [uploaded May 1, 2007] Hoang, Tao. “Central Vietnam’s deadly legacy provides a livelihood to many.” VnExpress International, December 16, 2018 Hoang, Tao. “Flooding washes up Vietnam War bombs, grenades.” VnExpress International, October 30, 2020 Hunt, Michael H. (ed). A Vietnam War Reader: A Documentary History from American and Vietnamese Perspectives. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 2010 Khamvongsa, Channapha (ed). “Illustrations & Narratives.” [Original drawings of Laosian victims of the conflict collected between 1970-1971, Legacies of the War, n.d.] Khamvongsa, Channapha; & Russell, Elaine. “Legacies of War: Cluster Bombs in Laos.” Critical Asian Studies, 41:2, 2009, pp.281–306 “Khanh Ly.” [Wikipedia, 2020] Landmine Action. “Explosive remnants of a war: Unexploded ordnance and post-conflict communities.” [Report for NGO, Landmine Action, London, 2002] MediaStorm. “Surviving the Peace: Laos.” [Youtube, MediaStorm, March 4, 2015] Nguyen, Viet Thanh. Nothing ever dies: Vietnam and the memory of war. Cambridge: Harvard University Press: 2016 Ninh, Bảo. The Sorrow of War: A Novel of North Vietnam (Nỗi buồn chiến tranh, 1900). Translated by Phan Thanh Hao, edited by Frank Palmos. New York City: Pantheon Books, 199 Schafe, John C. “The Trịnh Công Sơn Phenomenon” (pre-publication draft). The Journal of Asian Studies Vol. 66, No. 3, August 2007, pp.597-643. Secret War in Laos Documentary Film: Laotian Civil War and U.S. Government Involvement, (1971). [Youtube, The Film Archives, August 27, 2012] Suthinithet, Santi. “Land of a Million Bombs.” Hyphen, Issue 21, 2010, pp.37-41 Thac Chuyên, Bui (dir.). Song trong so hãi (Living in Fear, 2005). [Youtube,Phim Hay Điện Ảnh, March 25, 2017] The HALO Trust – Humanitarian Landmine Removal. “HALO Laos Destroys 750-pound Aircraft Bomb” [Youtube, The HALO Trust – Humanitarian Landmine Removal, May 23, 2019] The HALO Trust – Humanitarian Landmine Removal. “Laos | Destroying a 1000lb Bomb Underwater.” [Youtube, The HALO Trust – Humanitarian Landmine Removal, May 29, 2020] The Vietnam War. The Definitive Illustrated History. New York City: Dorling Kindersley Smithsonian Books, Penguin Random House, 2017 Trịnh Công Sơn (author); & Khánh Ly (singer). “Đại bác ru đêm” (original version in LP, Quán Văn, Diễm Xưa Production, 1967). Diễm Xưa Production, 1975. “Trịnh Công Sơn.” [Encyclopedia entry, Wikipedia, last update 2020] Turse, Nick. Kill Anything That Moves: The Real American War in Vietnam. New York: Metropolitan Books, 2013 Yang, Lar; & Vang, Lue. “The Hmong and the Secret War.” Arlington, VA: PBS, September 11, 2017 [pbs.org]

‘The Mad Man’s Laughter,’ 2021

Alaa Mansour

Season 02 Episode 06

28/06 - 04/07 2021

Agamben, Giorgio. State of Exception. Trans. by Kevin Attell. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2008 Arendt, Hannah. The Origins of Totalitarianism. NYC: Harvest, 1966 Baudrillard, Jean. The Spirit of Terrorism and Other Essays. Trans. by Chris Turner. London, NYC: Verso Books, 2013 Bauman, Zygmunt; & Lyon, David. Liquid Surveillance. Spanish trans. by Alicia Capel Tatjer. Cambridge: Polity Press, 2013 Botz-Bornstein, Thorsten. Political Aesthetics of ISIS and Italian Futurism. Lanham: Lexington Books, 2019 Bouteldja, Houria. Whites, Jews and Us: Toward a politics of-revolutionary love (Les blancs, les juifs et nous – vers une politique de l’amour révolutionnaire, 2016). Trans. by Rachel Valinsky, Intervention Series. LA: Semiotext(e), 2017 Brown, Simone. Dark Matters: The Surveillance of Blackness. Durham, Duke University Press, 2015 Brynen, Rex. “Virtual paradox: how digital war has reinvigorated analogue wargaming.” Digital War, Issue 1, 2020, pp.138–143 [Springer Link, May 27, 2020] Byung-Chul, Han. Psychopolitics: Neoliberalism and New Technologies of Power. Trans. by Erik Butler. NYC: Verso Books, 2017 Carsten Stahl, Bernd. “EU is cracking down on AI, but leaves a loophole for mass surveillance.” The Conversation, April 21, 2021 Cioran, E. M. The Temptation to Exist (La Tentation d’Exister, 1956 ). Trans. by Richard Howard. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998 Cox, Joseph. “How the U.S. Military Buys Location Data from Ordinary Apps.” Vice, November 16, 2020 Curtis, Adam (dir.). All Watched Over by Machine of Loving Grace (2011) – Part 1 “Love and Power,” London, UK, BBC Productions, 2011 [Vimeo, Ondra Pelech, 2021] Delmont, Matt; Asultany, Evelyn; Takacs, Stacy; Nath, Anjali; & Doss, Erika. “Visual Culture and the War on Terror.” AmericanQuarterly.org [based on Matt Delmont, “Visual Culture and the War on Terror,” American Quarterly, volume 65, issue 1, March 2013] Dictionary of War. [http://dictionaryofwar.org/] Farocki, Harun (dir.). Parallel I, 2012 [Vimeo, apenas baleia, 2020] Farocki, Harun (dir.). Serious Games I: Watson is Down (Ernste Spiele I: Watson ist hin), 2010 [Vimeo, Juniper Foam, 2020] Foucault, Michel. Security, Territory, Population: Lectures at the Collège de France, 1977‐78. Ed. by Michel Senellart, trans. by Graham Burchell. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007 Gatopoulos, Alex. “Project Force: AI and the military – a friend or foe?” Al Jazeera English. March 28, 2021 Gorer, Geoffrey. “The Pornography of Death.” Encounter, October, 1955, p.49–52 Gregory, Derek. “Vanishing points: Law, violence and exception in the global war prison.” In Violent Geographies: fear, terror and political violence, ed. by Derek Gregory and Allan Pred. London: Routledge, 2013 Hao, Karen. “This is how AI bias really happens—and why it’s so hard to fix.” MIT Technology Review, February 4, 2019 Hodge Seck, Hope (Host). “The Wildest Technologies Changing How the Military Fights” [Audio podcast episode]. In Military Podcasts, Left of Boom. Military.com, April 20, 2021 Kingery, Ken. “Machine Learning Shapes Microwaves for a Computer’s Eyes.” Duke Pratt School of Engineering, News, January 9, 2020 Kosinski, Michal. “Facial recognition technology can expose political orientation from naturalistic facial images.” Scientific Reports, volume 11, Article number 100, January 11, 2021 Li, Darryl. The Universal Enemy: Jihad, Empire, and the Challenge of Solidarity. Palo Alto: Stanford University Press, 2019 Lushetich, Natasha. The Aesthetics of Necropolitics. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield International Ltd., 2018 Massumi, Brian. Ontopower: War, Powers, and The State of Perception. Durham: Duke University Press, 2015 Mbembe, Achille. “Necropolitics.” Trans. by Libby Meintjes. Public Culture Vol. 15, n° 1, Winter 2003 [Duke University Press] Metahaven. [Vimeo account, 11 videos] Mirrlees, Tanner; & Ibaid, Taha. “The Virtual Killing of Muslims: Digital War Games, Islamophobia, and the Global War on Terror.” Islamophobia Studies Journal, Spring 2021, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 33-51[published by Pluto Journals] Mirza, Karen (dir.); & Butler, Brad (dir.). Act 000157 (Three-channel video installation), 2012 [Dérives.tv] Mirza, Karen (dir.); Butler, Brad (dir.); & Miéville, China (script). Deep State, London, UK, Film and Video Umbrella, 2014 [Vimeo, mirza – butler, 2012] O’Loughlin, Ben B. “Towards a third image of war: post-digital war.” In Digital War, Issue 1, 2020 pp.123–130 [Springer Link, May 27, 2020] Paglen, Trevor; & Downey, Anthony. “Algorithmic anxieties: Trevor Paglen in conversation with Anthony Downey.” In Digital War, Issue 1, 2020, pp.18–28 [Springer Link, February 18, 2020] Pasquale, Frank. “‘Machines set loose to slaughter’: the dangerous rise of military AI.” The Guardian, October 15, 2020 Rayner, Alex. “Are video games just propaganda and training tools for the military?” The Guardian, March 18, 2012 Reich, Wilhelm. The Mass Psychology of Fascism (Die Massenpsychologie des Faschismus, 1933). Trans. by Theodore P. Wolfe. Orgone Institute Press, 1946 Roussi, Antoaneta. “Resisting the rise of facial recognition: Growing use of surveillance technology has prompted calls for bans and stricter regulation.” Nature, November 18, 2020 Valencia, Sayak. Gore Capitalism. Trans. by John Pluecker, Intervention Series. LA: Semiotext(e), 2010 Sekula, Allan. “The Body and the Archive.” October Vol. 39, Winter, 1986, pp. 3-64 [The MIT Press] “‘Six Days in Fallujah’ reveals the gaming industry’s Islamophobia problem.” TRT World, March 25, 2021 Watkins, Peter (dir.). The War Game, London, UK, BBC, 1966 [The Internet Archive, May 30, 2014] Whittle, Jon. “AI can now learn to manipulate human behaviour.” The Conversation, February 11, 2021 Wiener, Norbert. The Human Use of Human Beings: Cybernetics and Society (1950). London: Free Association Books, 1989

'After Nature,' 2021

Claudia Comte

Season 02 Episode 07

12/07 - 18/07 2021

Alligator Head Foundation.” Coral Reef Rehabilitation” [Ongoing project at Alligator Head Marine Laboratory, principal investigator Suzanne Palmer] Barkley, Hanna C; et al. “Repeat bleaching of a central Pacific coral reef over the past six decades (1960–2016).” Nature, Communication Biology, 2018 [“The Degradation of Coral Reefs,” collection of articles, Ocean-Archive] Braidotti, Rosi; and Dolphijn, Rick (eds). Philosophy After Nature. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield International, 2017 Carson, Rachel. The Sea around Us. NYC: Oxford University Press, 2018 Carson, Rachel; Zwinger, Ann H; and Levinton, Jeffrey S. The Sea Around Us. New York City: Open Road, 2011 Dauby, Yannick. “Penghu Experimental Sound Studio.” TBA21-Academy, Ocean-Archive, 2017-2020 Diaz-Pulido,Guillermo; and McCook, Laurence J. “The Fate of Bleached Corals: Patterns and Dynamics of Algal Recruitment.” Marine Ecology Progress Series, vol. 232, May 3, 2002, pp.115–128 [Inter-Research Science Publisher] Dobbs, David. Reef Madness: Charles Darwin, Alexander Agassiz, and the Meaning of Coral. New York City, Pantheon Books, 2005 Foord, Colin; and McKay, JD (founders). Coral Morphologic [Web, collection of artworks: “Coral Morphologic’s artwork is informed by a scientific mission to document, aquaculture, and protect Miami’s (and the world’s) coral”] Ginsburg, Hope; Flowers, Matt; and Quarles, Joshua (dirs.). Swirling, trailer of four-channel video installation with sound. [Ocean-Archive, 2019] Gruber, David F; et al. “Evolutionary Traits that Enable Scleractinian Corals to Survive Mass Extinction Events.” Nature, Scientific Reports, 2020 [Ocean-Archive] Haeckel, Ernst. Art Forms In Nature. Dover Publications: New York City, 2020 Haveson Veloric, Cynthia. “Science, Sensibility and Metaphor in the Coral Reef artwork of Diane Burko.” Ocean-Archive, 2020 Havini, Taloi (film); and Toisuta, Michael (sound design). Hyena Lullaby. Presented as part of “The Current II’ fellowship cycle ‘Spheric Ocean: Life For Beginners,” TBA21-Academy [Ocean-Archive, 2020] Hayward, Eva. “Fingereyes: Impressions of Cup Corals.” Cultural Anthropology, Special Issue: Multispecies Ethnography, October 13, 2010 [Anthrosource, November, 2010] Helmreich, Stefan. Sounding the Limits of Life: Essays in the Anthropology of Biology and Beyond. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2016 Henry, Denise. Coral Restoration at Alligator Head Foundation. Alligator Head Foundation, TBA21–Academy [ Ocean-Archive, 2021] Hoegh-Guldberg, Ove; Poloczanska, Elvira S; Skirving, William; and Dove, Sophie. Coral Reef Ecosystems under Climate Change and Ocean Acidification.” Frontiers in Marine Science, volume 4, article 158, May 29, 2017 [“The Degradation of Coral Reefs,” collection of articles, Ocean-Archive] Hubber, Laura (producer); & SUPERFLEX (collaborator). Superflex: Deep Sea Minding. In the Studio, BBC Sounds, January 7, 2020 International Coral Reef Initiative. Regional Strategy for the Control of Invasive Lionfish in the Wider Caribbean. Conamp, Mexico, 2013 Johnson, Ayana Elizabetnh; and Wikinson; Katharine K (eds). All We Can Save: Truth, Courage, and Solutions for the Climate Crisis. New York City: Random House Publishing Group, 2020 Jones, Rick. Reef creatures, Cabrits, 2015 [Illustration: Slimy sea plume, barrel sponge, and black moray eel seen while doing a snorkeling reef survey at Cabrits, Dominica]. TBA21-Academy, Ocean-Archive, 2020 Knowlton, Nancy; and Jackson, Jeremy B C. “Baselines, Local Impacts, and Global Change on Coral Reefs.” PLoS Biology, vol.6, issue 2, February 2008 [“The Degradation of Coral Reefs,” collection of articles, Ocean-Archive] Levy, Sonia. For the Love of Corals. Part of the digital program “Togetherness stories for healing (with) the Oceans” curated by Olga Koroleva, TBA21-Academy [Ocean-Archive, 2018] McClanahan, Tim; Polunin, Nicholas; and Done, Terry. “Ecological States and the Resilience of Coral Reefs.” Conservation Ecology, vol. 6, no. 2, December 2002, Published by Resilience Alliance Inc. [Jstor] Morrison, Tiffany H; et al. “Advancing Coral Reef Governance into the Anthropocene.” One Earth, volume 2, issue 1, January24, 2020, pp.64-74 [ScienceDirect] Narchi, Nemer; and Leimar Price, Lisa (eds.) Ethnobiology of Corals and Coral Reefs. Springer International Publishing, 2015 Olsen, Erik. “Sea-thru Brings Clarity to Underwater Photos: A new algorithm counteracts the distorting impact of water” [Based on a research by Derya Akkaynak]. Scientific American, December 1, 2019 Palmer, Suzanne E; Perry, C T; Smithers, S G; Larcombe, P; and Johnson K G. “1200 year paleoecological record of coral community development from the terrigenous inner shelf of the Great Barrier Reef.” Geology, volume 36, number 9, September 1st, 2008 Roberts, J Murray; Wheeler, Andrew; and Freiwald, J. André. “Reefs of the Deep: The Biology and Geology of Cold-Water Coral Ecosystems.” Science 312, May 2006, pp.543-547 [Research Gate, PubMed] Rosen, Angela. Bremer Canyon Coral Ensemble (Diptych). [“This painting was created by Angela Rossen while she was an Artist-at-Sea resident on board Schmidt Ocean Institute’s The Great Australian Deep-Sea Coral and Canyon Adventure expedition in January-February 2020”]. TBA21-Academy, Ocean-Archive Schmidt Ocean Institute. Deep Coral Diversity at Emperor Seamount Chain. [Ocean-Archive, 2019] Sheppard, Charles. Coral Reefs: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002 Sheppard, Charles; Simon, Davy; and Pilling, Graham. The Biology of Coral Reefs. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018 Shick, J Malcom. Where Corals Lie. London: Reaktion Books, 2018 Sorokin, Yuri. Coral Reef Ecology. Berlin: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 1995 SUPERFLEX. Deep Sea Minding, 2019–2021 [Three-year transdisciplinary research project commissioned by TBA21-Academy’s fellowship programme ‘The Current’]. TBA21 TBA21-Academy. “Surveying Reef Health. Expedition, May 11 – 18, 2013 | Swan Islands, Honduras.” TBA21-Academy, Ocean-Archive, 2020 Trapon, Mélanie L; Pratchett, Morgan S; and Penin, Lucie. “Comparative Effects of Different Disturbances in Coral Reef Habitats in Moorea, French Polynesia.” Journal of Marine Biology, Hindawi Publishing Corporation, volume 2011, article 807, January 1, 2010 [“The Degradation of Coral Reefs,” collection of articles, Ocean-Archive] Tschäpe, Janaina (author); and Gruber, David (collaborator). Fictionary of Corals, 2017; and Blood, Sea, 2017 [Artwork, commissioned by TBA21-Academy, catalogue entry]. TBA21 Vanden Eydne, Maarten. “Plastic Reef: A collection of items pertaining to the traveling sculpture Plastic Reef by Maarten Vanden Eynde,” 2008-2013. TBA21-Academy, Ocean-Archive Watson, Chris. George Monbiot, Chris Watson & Ewan McLennan: Silent Spring – Chris Watson on limpets & coral reefs. “Kings Place, Nature Unwrapped,” January 10, 2020 [Youtube, Kings Place, April 9, 2020] Winderen, Jana. Silencing of the Reefs, 2011 [Artwork, audio recordings]. Jana Winderen web Winderen, Jana. Silencing of the Reefs, 2011 [Artwork, text]. TBA21 Winderen, Jana. Silencing of the Reefs, 2011 [Artwork, voyage diary]. Jana Winderen web

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Healing the Ocean

Season 02 Backst_age

05/07 - 07/07 2021

‘Speak Up for Antarctica Now. Three Antarctic Resolutions,’ 2022

UNLESS

Season 04 Episode 02

23/05 - 29/05 2022

Akers, Pete. “Life and work on the frozen continent: Antarctic research stations.” Weather Underground, January 17, 2020 Allen, Liz. “World leaders fail to expand protection around Antarctica yet again.” Forbes, December 1, 2021 Brady, Anne-Marie. “China’s Rise in Antarctica?” Asian Survey, vol. 50, n. 4, University of California Press, 2010, pp. 759–85 Brooks, Shaun; and Jabour, Julia. “For the first time, we can measure the human footprint on Antarctica.” The Conversation, March 4, 2019 Foscari, Giulia; and UNLESS (eds.). Antarctic Resolution. Zürich, CH: Lars Müller Publishers, 2021 Gamillo, Elizabeth. “Warming temperatures are turning Antarctica green.” Smithsonian Magazine, February 18, 2022 Gilbert, Ella. “Antarctica’s ‘doomsday’ glacier: how its collapse could trigger global floords and swallow islands.” The Conversation, December 22, 2021 Haward, Marcus; and McGee, Jeffrey. “Antarctic Geopolitics: Emerging Cracks in the Ice?” Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, February 3, 2021 Hemmings, Alan D. ‘Now and Never: Banning Hydrocarbon Extraction in Antarctica Forever,’ GIGA Focus Global, 2022 Henson, Bob. “How this month produced a mind-boggling warm-up in eastern Antarctica.” Yale Climate Connections, March 23, 2022 Hook, Leslie and Mander, Benedict. “The Fight to Own Antarctica.” Financial Times, May 24, 2018 Lu, Donna. “Satellite data show entire Conger ice shelf has collapsed in Antarctica.” The Guardian, March 25, 2022 Mayer, Amy. “Antarctica during the Pandemic: Scaled-back field season prioritizes infrastructure, precious climate data.” BioScience, vol. 71, n.5, May 2021, pp. 434–440 Perkins, Robert. “Map: Russia eyes Antarctic oil potential, despite exploration ban.” S&P Global, March 4, 2020 Potter, Ellie. “Market Movers Americas. May 16-20: North American energy security headlines US Senate.” S&P Global, May 16, 2022 Readfearn, Graham; and Morton, Adam. “Antarctic sea ice falls to lowest level since measurements began in 1979.” The Guardian, February 22, 2022 Sharma, Alok; and Cabinet Office; “Alok Sharma speech to mark six months since COP26.” gov.uk, May 16, 2022 The Associated Press. “East Antarctica ice shelf collapse, first one in human history for that region, worries scientists.” CBS News, March 28, 2022 Walters,Tiara. ”‘Gentleman’s agreement:’ Despite mining ban, Russia scours Antarctica for massive fossil fuel deposits.” Daily Maverick, May 17, 2022 Walters, Tiara. “Russian polar vessel arrives in Cape Town as pact aims to quell tensions.” Daily Maverick, May 18, 2022

‘Monodia fiera del subsuelo’ (Fierce Monody from the Subsoil), 2021

Regina de Miguel

Season 03 Episode 02

15/11 - 21/11 2021

Ansede, Manuel. “How Spain used ‘alternative facts’ to bury environmental protest in 1888.” El País, June 27, 2017 Baquero, Juan Miguel. “La mayor fosa de la guerra civil en zona rural: la venganza de Franco contra la resistencia minera.” Eldiario.es, November 18, 2017 Cruces Roldán, Cristina. Clamaba un minero así: Identidades sociales y trabajo en los cantes mineros. Murcia: Editum Ediciones de la Universidad de Murcia, 1993 Danowski, Deborah; and Viveiros de Castro, Eduardo. The Ends of the World. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press, 2016 de Gamboa, Camila; and Sánchez, Cristina, eds. Cartografías del mal: Los contextos violentos de nuestro tiempo. Bogotá: Siglo del Hombre Editores, 2018 de Miguel, Regina. “Deception.” 2017 [Artwork entry on personal site] de Sousa Santos, Boaventura. “Más allá del pensamiento abismal: de las líneas globales a una ecología de saberes.” Originally presented October 24, 2006 at the Centre Fernand Braudel, Binghamton University, New York. Publication in Biblioteca Clacso. Deception Island [Site] Doherty, Ben. “Rio Tinto accused of violating human rights in Bougainville for not cleaning up Panguna mine: New report alleges mine caused environmental devastation and ongoing health problems for communities.” The Guardian, March 31, 2020 Don The Tiger [Soundcloud] El Cabrero. “La vida y la muerte (Fandangos de Alosno al estilo de María la Conejilla).” From the album Fandangos de Huelva (1983, Doblon 96368, Warner Music Spain, S.L.) [Youtube, El Cabrero – Topic, Feb 24, 2017] El Cabrero. “Las Delgadas Huelva” (Fandangos de los Mineros). Guitar Pedro Bacán. From the album El Cabrero: Su Gran Antología 2001 (Marina Music Publishing SLU, 2001-02-05) [Youtube, El Cabrero – Topic, January 28, 2015] El Cabrero, “Los Mineros Se Quejan, Livianas”, 1980. From the album Luz de Luna 19 (Belter, 1980, 2-37.008), guitars Pepe Habichuela and Antonio Sousa [Youtube, La música del recuerdo, December 12, 2013] Environmental Justice Atlas. “The Rio Tinto Company and the massacre of 1888, Andalusia, Spain.” Last update 2018-02-09 European Space Agency (ESA). “Astrobiología: Río Tinto es Marte, en la Tierra.”) February 22, 2018. Fernández-Remolar, David C; Prieto-Ballesteros, Olga; Rodríguez, Nuria; Gómez, Felipe; Amils, Ricardo; Gómez-Elvira, Javier; and Stoker, Carol R. “Underground Habitats in the Río Tinto Basin: A Model for Subsurface Life Habitats on Mars.” Astrobiology 8, November 2008, pp.1023-47 Galán, Lola. “Los muertos sin nombre de Riotinto. La primera protesta ecologista de la historia costó más de cien vidas en 1888.” El País, March 25, 2007 García Fernández, Javier. [Academia.edu Profile] García Fernández, Javier. “Dossier de materiales audiovisuales y conferencias de Javier García Fernández.” Estudios Campesinos Juan Díaz del Moral [Web] García Fernández, Javier. “Los intelectuales del 98 español en la configuración de la cuestión meridional: Descolonización, narrativas del post-Imperio y génesis de la andaluzofobia.” Letral, n.27, 2021 García-Gómez, José Joaquín; and Juan Diego Pérez-Cebada. “A Socio-Environmental History of a Copper Mining Company: Rio-Tinto Company Limited (1874–1930).” Sustainability 12, June 2020 García, José Luis (dir.). Minas de Riotinto Huelga en la Mina. Aurora Films, 1986 [Youtube, José Luis García, November 16, 2015] Haraway, Donna J. Staying with the Trouble, Making Kin in the Chthulucene. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2016 Herrero, Victor. “ACA Concerts.” The American Cultural Association, 2020 [Youtube, The American Cultural Association ACA, July 3, 2020] London Mining Network. Martial Mining. Written by Daniel Selwyn. London: London Mining Network, 2020 London Mining Network. “Rio Tinto: A Shameful History of Human and Labour Rights Abuses And Environmental Degradation Around the Globe.” 2010 London Mining Network. “Rio Tinto.” Updated April 2021 Margulis, Lynn; and Sagan, Dorian. Microcosmos, Four Billion Years of Microbial Evolution. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1997 Márquez, Rocío. “Minera, un viaje a lo más hondo de la lucha obrera” (Documental). Interpreted song “Liberación (Romance Y Seguirilla)” from the album Caridad (Universal Music Group, 2021, 0602537077786) [Youtube, Rocío Márquez, Sep 30, 2012] Martín, Mayte. “Mineras y Tarantas. 1989.” Guitar Julián Navarro Morales (Julián El Califa), from the TV program La Puerta del Cante, 1989 [Youtube, Canal Andalucía Flamenco, February 4, 2016] Miñarro, Anna; and Morandi, Teres (eds.). Trauma i transmissió. Efectes de la guerra del 36, la postguerra, la dictadura i la transició en la subjectivitat dels ciutadans. Barcelona: Fundació Congrés Català de Salut Mental i Xoroi Edicions, 2012 Miralda, Àngels. [Personal Site] Montiel, David. “El Cabrero, adiós al cantaor blasfemo.” Revista Mercurio, January 17, 2020 NASA. “Mars Analog Rio Tinto Experiment (MARTE).” Nixon, Rob. Slow Violence and the Environmentalism of the Poor. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2013 Núñez Florencio, Rafael; and Núñez González, Elena. ¡Viva la muerte! Política y cultura de lo macabro. Madrid: Marcial Pons Historia, 2014 Onda Minera RTV Nerva. “Continúa la exhumación de la fosa común del cementerio de Nerva con nuevos hallazgos y testimonios.” 2021 [Youtube, Onda Minera RTV Nerva, May 23, 2021] Parikka, Jussi. A Geology of Media. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2015 Pereira, Godofredo. “The Underground Frontier.” Continent CC, 4, 2015,. pp. 4-10 Pérez-Sales, Pau; and Navarro García, Susana. Resistencias contra el olvido: Trabajo psicosocial en procesos de exhumaciones. Barcelona: Editorial Gedisa, 2007 Rocío Guzmán [Soundcloud] Ruiz Vergara, Fernado (dir.). Rocío (versión completa). Tangana Films, 1980 [Youtube, jm a, January 17, 2019] Santiago Muíño, Emilio; Herrero, Yayo; and Riechmann, Jorge. Petróleo. Barcelona: Arcadia, 2018 Stein, Vicky. “Explore the haunting remains of an Antarctic whaling boomtown” PBS, April 24, 2019 Stengers, Isabelle. In Catastrophic Times: Resisting the Coming Barbarism. London: Open Humanities Press, 2015 Steyerl, Hito. The Wretched of the Screen. Berlin: Sternberg Press, 2012 Talego, Félix; and Pérez, Juan Diego. “Down with the fumes!’ The Year of the Shootings and its relevance for mining today.” Undisciplined Environments, March 5, 2018 Thacker, Eugene. In the Dust of This Planet (Horror of Philosophy Volume 1). Winchester, UK: Zero Books, 2011 Unidad de Cultura Científica (UCC) del Centro de Astrobiología (CAB). “La vida microbiana de Cerro Caliente, en la Antártida, y sus similitudes con el Marte Temprano.” September 16, 2019 Vaquerizo Gallego, Juan Ángel. “Marte y el enigma de la vida: curiosidades y novedades científicas sobre el planeta rojo.” The Conversation, January 24, 2021 Victor Herrero [Bandcamp] Watson, Kirk (dir.). Whalers Bay Deception Island: A Brief History. UK Antarctic Heritage Trust, 2014 [Youtube, UK Antarctic Heritage Trust, November 3, 2014] Wilks, Jeremy. “Is there life out there? We head to ‘Mars on Earth’ to find out.” Euronews, February 15, 2018.

‘Creatures of the Lines’, 2021

Sonia Levy

Season 03 Episode 03

13/12 - 26/12 2021

Ait-Touati, Frederique; Arenes, Alexandra; and Gregoire, Axelle. Terra forma: A book of speculative maps. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2022 [To renew our cartographic imaginaries and shift from ‘a point of view’ to ‘a point of life’.] Anderson, Virginia DeJohn. Creatures of empire: How domestic animals transformed early America. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004 [With a focus on the US, Anderson offers key insights about how non-humans are pulled into colonial and imperial projects.] Anderson, Virginia DeJohn. “Keep Off the Grass”(10:20-18:59) chapter in “The Beasts Within: Domesticated Animals in America” audio story, presented by Peter Onuf, BackStory with the American History Guys, January 2014 [With a focus on the US, Anderson offers key insights about how non-humans are pulled into colonial and imperial projects.] Bailey, Sarah A. “An overview of thirty years of research on ballast water as a vector for aquatic invasive species to freshwater and marine environments.” Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management 18, no. 3 (2015): 261-268 BLUE: Multispecies Ethnographies of Oceans in Crisis [Research Project, Aarhus University] [A Denmark-based research project of which we are also a part] Casid, Jill H. “Doing things with being undone.” Journal of Visual Culture 18, no. 1 (2019): 30-52 [Jill H Casid’s provoking concept of the Necrocene, reveals capitalism’s logic of “accumulation by extinction.”] Casid, Jill H. “Doing things with being undone.” [Youtube, Department of Visual Cultures, Goldsmiths, November 20, 2020] [Jill H Casid’s provoking concept of the Necrocene, reveals capitalism’s logic of “accumulation by extinction.”] Chen, Nancy N. “‘Speaking nearby:’ A conversation with Trinh T. Minh–ha.” Visual Anthropology Review 8, no. 1 (1992): 82-91 [Trinh T Minh-ha’s practice of ‘speaking nearby’ as opposed to ‘speaking about’ – i.e. not speaking from a position of authority but instead letting things come to oneself, in all their liveliness – has very much guided our approach to filmmaking.] Clark, Brett; and Bellamy Foster, John. “Ecological imperialism and the global metabolic rift: Unequal exchange and the guano/nitrates trade.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 50, no. 3-4 (2009): 311-334 Cole, Susanna DL. “Space into time: English canals and English landscape painting 1760-1835.” PhD diss., Columbia University, 2013 [A wonderful doctoral thesis on the cultural history, imaginaries, and visual imagery of canals.] Da Cunha, Dilip. The invention of rivers: Alexander’s eye and Ganga’s descent. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019 [Inspiring research on the work of making separations between land and water. How, it asks, can we instead situate ourselves within the hydrological cycle?] Davidson, Ian C.; Scianni, Christopher; Minton, Mark S.; and M. Ruiz, Gregory. “A history of ship specialization and consequences for marine invasions, management and policy.” Journal of Applied Ecology 55, no. 4 (2018): 1799-1811 Dorninger, Christian; Hornborg, Alf; Abson, David J.; Von Wehrden, Henrik; Schaffartzik, Anke; Giljum, Stefan; Engler, John-Oliver; Feller, Robert L.; Hubacek, Klaus; and Wieland, Hanspeter. “Global patterns of ecologically unequal exchange: Implications for sustainability in the 21st century.” Ecological economics 179 (2021): 106824 Ecological Globalization Anthropology on the New Pangaea [Research Project, Aarhus University] [Provided intellectual and financial support for this project] Fei, Songlin; Phillips, Jonathan; and Shouse, Michael. “Biogeomorphic impacts of invasive species.” Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 45 (2014): 69-87 Feral Atlas [Site] [An online, multi-genre exploration of proliferations and ecological damage] Gandy, Matthew. The fabric of space: Water, modernity, and the urban imagination. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2014 [A look at the place of water in cities with a chapter on London focusing on flood management and the role that fears and fantasies have played in the construction of the city’s inundation defences] Global Trout [Department of Social Anthropology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Oslo] [A research project that develops a similar analytical approach to the waterscape effects of British colonialism via the case of trout introductions] Jeans, J. Stephen. Waterways and Water Transport In Different Countries with a description of the Panama, Suez, Manchester, Nicaraguan, and other canals. London & New York: E. & F. N. Spon, 1890 [2018] [Reflection on canals about 120 years after they started to become an important feature of British landscapes.] Kiley, Daniel Urban. “Lecture: Dilip Da Cunha, “The Invention of Rivers”.” [Youtube, Harvard GSD, February 20, 2019][Inspiring research on the work of making separations between land and water. How, it asks, can we instead situate ourselves within the hydrological cycle?] Latham, A. David M.; Latham, M. Cecilia; Boyce, Mark S.; and Boutin, Stan. “Movement responses by wolves to industrial linear features and their effect on woodland caribou in northeastern Alberta.” Ecological Applications 21, no. 8 (2011): 2854-2865 [Lines and their more-than-human effects in a terrestrial context.] Obsidian Coast [Site] [Project Space and Artist peer-group] Otter, Chris. “Diet for a large planet” [Youtube, Einstein Forum, Streamed live on February 1, 2018] [Explores the transnational connections of Britain’s foodways, including their social consequences and environmental footprints.] Padial, A.A.; Vitule, J.R.S.; and Olden, J.D. “Preface: aquatic homogenocene—understanding the era of biological re-shuffling in aquatic ecosystems.” Hydrobiologia 847, 3705–3709 (2020). Painlevé, Jean, Hamon Geneviève. Les amours de la pieuvre. 1967 [Youtube, NYC BLOCKS, January, 2020]. [Early cinematic and aquatic tales where the scientific crosses with experimental filmmaking] Professor Paul Wood [Profile] [Primary scientific collaborator on canal ecologies] Putz, Francis E. “Halt the Homogeocene: A frightening future filled with too few species.” The Palmetto: Quarterly Magazine of the Florida Native Plant Society 18, No. 1 (April), 1998 [A framework for considering biological homogenization.] Radar Loughborough [Site] [Art Organization that commissioned this work] Rosenzweig, Michael L. “The four questions: What does the introduction of exotic species do to diversity?.” Evolutionary Ecology Research 3, no. 3 (2001): 361-367 [Thinking through the complexities of biotic homogenization and the trends in species diversity loss.] Sanghera, Sathnam. “Empireland: How imperialism has shaped modern Britain”, 2021. History Extra podcast, presented by Ellie Cawthorne, February 20, 2021, historyextra.com [An excellent resource for thinking about British empire in general.] Sanghera, Sathnam. Empireland: How imperialism has shaped modern Britain. London: Penguin, 2021 [An excellent resource for thinking about British empire in general.] Sharpe, Christina. In the wake: On blackness and being. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2016. [Sharpe’s use of ‘residence time’ – the length of time it takes for a substance to enter and leave the ocean – draws attention to how the horrors of the Transatlantic slave trade are still cycling the Atlantic Ocean, as human blood has a residence time of 260 million years in these waters. Her work presents racism and colonialism not only as discursive subjects, but also as material phenomena. This understanding has shaped our thinking on the materialities of canals’ water.] Simberloff, Daniel. “Biological invasions: What’s new, and why the controversy” [Youtube, UCLA IoES, May 22, 2014]. [An overview of invasive species issues from the perspective of a noted scientist.] Simberloff, Daniel. Invasive species: What everyone needs to know. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013 [An overview of invasive species issues from the perspective of a noted scientist.] Son, Mikhail O.; Prokin, Alexander A.; Dubov, Pavel G.; Konopacka, Alicja; Grabowski, Michał; MacNeil, Calum; and Panov, Vadim E. “Caspian invaders vs. Ponto-Caspian locals–range expansion of invasive macroinvertebrates from the Volga Basin results in high biological pollution of the Lower Don River.” Management of Biological Invasions 11, no. 2 (2020): 178-200 Stoler, Ann. “Concept-Work for Colonial Histories” [Youtube, Boğaziçi Üniversitesi, September 9, 2003] Stoler, Ann Laura. “Imperial debris: Reflections on ruins and ruination.” Cultural Anthropology 23, no. 2 (2008): 191-219 [A scholar whose work focuses on the durabilities and remains of empire, as well as modes of engaging with the histories of imperial formations.] Tsing, Anna Lowenhaupt. “A feminist approach to the Anthropocene: Earth stalked by Man”, 2015. Helen Pond McIntyre ’48 Lecture, Barnard Centre for Research on Women (BCRW), November 10, 2015 [Vimeo, BCRW Videos] [Tsing’s work on processes of ecological damage have been central to our thinking.] Walker, Jack R., and Hassall, Christopher. “The effects of water chemistry and lock-mediated connectivity on macroinvertebrate diversity and community structure in a canal in northern England.” Urban Ecosystems 24, no. 3 (2021): 491-500 Warwick, Hugh. Linescapes: Remapping and reconnecting Britain’s fragmented wildlife. New York: Penguin Random House, 2017 [A key resource for thinking about the geometries of contemporary British landscapes.] Warwick, Hugh. “The Importance of Linescapes – A Hedgehog’s View” [Youtube, Carbon Landscape, April 6, 2020] [A key resource for thinking about the geometries of contemporary British landscapes.] Wilson, Hazel L.; Johnson, Matthew F.; Wood, Paul J.; Thorne, Colin R.; and Eichhorn, Markus P. “Anthropogenic litter is a novel habitat for aquatic macroinvertebrates in urban rivers.” Freshwater Biology 66, no. 3 (2021): 524-534

Hunga Tonga–Hunga Haʻapai

SUPERFLEX

Season 03 Hunga Tonga–Hunga Haʻapai

19/01 - 26/01 2022

ABBA, “In Focus: The Making of The Visitors” [ABBA official website] Abramović, Marina, and Tate. “Marina Abramović – Presence, Energy and Endurance | TateShots” [Youtube, Tate, February 4, 2009] Artforum. “Then and There: The Art of Chris Burden.” Artforum, October 2011 Atkinson, Brian T. I’ll Be Here in the Morning: The Songwriting Legacy of Townes Van Zandt. Texas A&M University Press, 2011 Bernardini, Nicola. “Erik Satie’s Musique d’Ameublement, some ninety years later,” Der Blauer Hase, November 23, 2008. Britannica, Encyclopaedia. “Hudson River school”. Encyclopedia Britannica, May 30, 2018. Brown, Margaret (dir.). Be Here to Love Me: A Film About Townes Van Zandt. Rake Films, 2004 [IMDB] Cage, John; and Retallack, Joan. Musicage: Cage muses on words, art, music. Wesleyan, IN: Wesleyan Publishing House 1996. Crosby, Bing; and Armstrong, Louis. “Now You Has Jazz,” excerpt from the film High Society (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1956), dir. by Charles Waters [Youtube, New Wave Films, August 16, 2021] Crosby, Bing; and Sinatra, Frank. “Well, Did You Evah,” excerpt from the film High Society, (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1956), dir. by Charles Waters [Youtube, zaunschirmseppl, February 5, 2009] Davíð Þór Jónsson [Soundcloud] Ferreira, Pedro Peixoto. “When Sound Meets Movement: Performance in Electronic Dance Music.” Leonardo Music Journal, vol. 18, The MIT Press, 2008, pp. 17–20 Gibney, Alex (dir.). Sinatra: All or Nothing at All. Alcon Television Group, Jigsaw Productions, The Kennedy/Marshall Company, 2015 [IMDB] Green, Penelope. “The House Inherited Them.” The New York Times, July 21, 2010. Harley, Maria. “From Point to Sphere: Spatial Organization of Sound in Contemporary Music (after 1950)”. Canadian University Music Review / Revue de musique des universités canadiennes, vol. 13, 1993, pp. 123–144 Heartz, Daniel. “Mozart and Da Ponte.” The Musical Quarterly, vol. 79, no. 4, Oxford University Press, 1995, pp. 700–18 Kaplan, James. Sinatra: The Chairman. New York City: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, 2015 Kiely, Alexandra. “Six Female Artists of the Hudson River School.” Daily Art Magazine, April 5, 2022. Laxness, Halldór. World Light [Heimsljós, 1937] New York City: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, 2006 Leist, Annie; and The Museum of Modern Art. “Entering “Christina’s World” | Andrew Wyeth | UNIQLO ARTSPEAKS” [Youtube, The Museum of Modern Art, October 8, 2021] Perkins, Pinetop.“Pinetop Perkins Plays Leroy Carr’s “How Long, How Long Blues,” The Citizen, 2009 [Youtube, Citizen Abels, January 14, 2021] Pieter Estersohn, “Rokeby: The past is present”, The Magazine Antiques, November 6, 2018. Pinetop Perkins Foundation [website]. Pitts, Michael; Hoffmann, Frank; Carty, Dick; Bedoian, Jim; and Whitcomb, Ian. The Rise of the Crooners: Gene Austin, Russ Columbo, Bing Crosby, Nick Lucas, Johnny Marvin and Rudy Vallee. Scarecrow Press, 2002 Royal College of Music. “Ferdinand Rauter and Engel Lund.” [Youtube, Royal College of Music, May 9, 2015] Schnapp, Friedrich; and Baker, Theodore. “Robert Schumann and Heinrich Heine.” The Musical Quarterly, vol. 11, no. 4, Oxford University Press, 1925, pp. 599–616 Searle, Adrian; Jones, Jonathan; O’Hagan, Sean; and Judah, Hettie. “The best art of the 21st century.” The Guardian, Sep 17 2019 Shalson,Lara. Performing Endurance: Art and Politics since 1960. Cambridge (UK): Cambridge University Press, 2018. Sinatra, Frank. “That’s Life,” from Sinatra A Man And His Music Part II, 1966 NBC television especial [Youtube, Frank Sinatra, October 29, 2009] Small, Zachary. “The Controversial Story behind Andrew Wyeth’s Most Famous Painting.” Artsy, August 31, 2017. Szalapski, James. Heartworn Highways. First Run Features, 1976 [IMDB] Szalapski, James. Heartworn Highways. First Run Features, 1976 [Youtube, mario7frankielee, Mar 3, 2016] Talese, Guy. “Frank Sinatra Has a Cold.” Esquire, May 14, 2016 [1965] The National. “(A lot of) Sorrow.” [Youtube, HenryVenegasDroguett, Sep 20, 2015] Thorman, Marc“John Cage’s ‘Letters to Erik Satie.’” American Music, vol. 24, no. 1, University of Illinois Press, 2006, pp. 95–123 Trabant. “Maria.” Single videoclip, Southern Fried Records, 2005 [Youtube, Morrinn, April 29, 2008] Trabant. “The One.” Single videoclip, Southern Fried Records, 2007 [Youtube, trabantvideo, June 4, 2007] Van Zandt, Townes. “Townes Van Zandt – Pancho and Lefty. Heartworn Highways” [Youtube, The Record Selector, January 8, 2012] Waters, Muddy; and Perkins, Pinetop. “Muddy Waters With Pinetop Perkins In Concert,” filmed at the Montreal Jazz festival, University Of Montreal (1980), performing “Reefer And Champagne” and “Blow Wind Blow” [Youtube, stringrip, June 15, 2010]

TBA21–Academy | The Soul Expanding Ocean

TBA21–Academy | The Soul Expanding Ocean

Season 04 Backst_age

02/05 - 08/05 2022

‘Hocho’ (Abrirse las orejas/To Open One’s Ears), 2022

Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa

Season 04 Episode 03

13/06 - 19/06 2022

Academia de las Lenguas Mayas de Guatemala. Comunidad Lingüística Ch’orti’ – Documentos Educativos, n.d. Academia de las Lenguas Mayas de Guatemala. Comunidad Lingüística Ch’orti’ – Documentos Lingüisticos, n.d. Academia de las Lenguas Mayas de Guatemala. Historia de la C.L. Ch’orti’ [Academia de las Lenguas Mayas de Guatemala – Comunidad Lingüística Ch’orti’ – Documentos Culturales, 2020] Academia de las Lenguas Mayas de Guatemala. K’ab’asyaj Espiritualidad Maya [Academia de las Lenguas Mayas de Guatemala – Comunidad Lingüística Ch’orti’ – Documentos Culturales, 2014] Academia de Lenguas Mayas de Guatemala. Oj ronerob ́ Ch’orti’: Vocabulario Ch’orti’. Ciudad de Guatemala: Academia de Lenguas Mayas de Guatemala, 2000 Boot, Erik. Vocabulary in the Ch’oltí’ Language: A Transcription of the ‘Bocabulario Grande’ by Fray Francisco Morán (1695). Los Angeles: Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies, 2004 Canal 5 Tv Maya – ALMG. “Comunidad Ch’orti’” [Youtube, Canal 5 Tv Maya, October 14, 2016] Caso, Laura; & Aliphat, Mario. “Mejores Son Huertos De Cacao y Achiote Que Minas De Oro y Plata: Huertos Especializados De Los Choles Del Manche y De Los K’Ekchi’Es.” Latin American Antiquity, Vol. 23, No. 3, September 2012, pp.282-299 “Ch’orti’ idioma.” Global Recordings Network, n.d. Cumes, Aura. “Curso Seguimos vivos | 1a sesión | Aura Cumes | MACBA” (Pueblos Mayas, colonización permanente y horizontes de vida) [Youtube, MACBA Barcelona Oficial, July 23, 2019] Cumes, Aura. “Curso Seguimos vivos | 2a sesión | Aura Cumes | MACBA” (Pueblos Mayas, colonización permanente y horizontes de vida) [Youtube, MACBA Barcelona Oficial, July 23, 2019] Cumes, Aura. “Curso Seguimos vivos | 3a sesión | Aura Cumes | MACBA” (Pueblos Mayas, colonización permanente y horizontes de vida) [Youtube, MACBA Barcelona Oficial, July 23, 2019] Cumes, Aura. “Son[i]a #297. Aura Cumes.” #8M. Archivo Ràdio Web MACBA: Seis voces, seis luchas, September 12, 2019 Díaz García, Roberto. “Identificación de comunidades maya hablantes de la Región Ch’orti.” [Academia de las Lenguas Mayas de Guatemala – Comunidad Lingüística Ch’orti’ – Documentos Culturales, 2020] Gorenfloa, L. J.; Romaineb, Suzanne; Mittermeierc, Russell A.; and Walker-Painemillad, Kristen. “Co-occurrence of linguistic and biological diversity in biodiversity hotspots and high biodiversity wilderness areas.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), edited by B. L. Turner, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, April 6, 2012 Imbler, Sabrina., “¿Cómo llegó el maíz a la región maya? Un estudio nuevo dice que a través de la migración.” The New York Times, March 25, 2022 Instituto Indigenista Nacional de Guatemala. Lenguas mayas de Guatemala: Documento de referencia para la pronunciación de los nuevos alfabetos oficiales. Ciudad de Guatemala: Instituto Indigenista Nacional, 1988 Klinkenborg, Verlyn. “Linking Twin Extinctions Of Species and Languages.” Yale Environment 360, July 17, 2012 Lobos, Victor. “Aprendiendo Chortí” [Youtube, Victor Lobos, February 15, 2015] Morán, Francisco. Arte y Diccionario en Lengua Choltí: A manuscript copied from the Libro Grande of fr. Pedro Moran of about 1625. Facsimile version, edited by William Gates. The Maya Society, 1935 República de Honduras Secretaría de Estado en el Despacho de Educación Subsecretaría de Asuntos Técnico Pedagógicos. Marco de planificación para pueblos indígenas y afrohondureños: Proyecto Mejoramiento de la Calidad en la Educación Prebásica. Tegucigalpa, Honduras, August 2019 Reyes, Ingrid. “Lingüistas guatemaltecos crean teclado para cuatro idiomas mayas.” Prensa Libre, February 18, 2022 Romlio Morales García. “Monografía (Ch’orti)”. [Academia de las Lenguas Mayas de Guatemala – Comunidad Lingüística Ch’orti’ – Documentos Culturales, 2020] Sapper, Karl. “Choles y Chortíes” (1907). LiminaR Estudios Sociales y Humanísticos 2, Ed. by Axel Michael Köhler and Víctor Manuel Esponda Jimeno, March 2013, pp.114-142 Sheseña, Alejandro. “El Vocabulario Maya Clásico de los Ritos en Cuevas.” Mesoweb: An Exploration of Mesoamerican Cultures, 2006 Vera Santamaría, Asier. “Las lenguas indígenas de América Latina se refugian en Internet para evitar su extinción.” ELPAÍS, October 13, 2020

'Ocells Perduts V67,' 2022

Laia Estruch

Season 04 Episode 04

18/07 - 28/07 2022

Adachi, Tomoni [web] Blonk, Jaap. ‘2 Sound Poems’ 23rd Other Minds Festival, San Francisco, April 9-14, 2018, video courtesy of Other Minds Festival [Youtube, TEDx Talks, Aug 08, 2018] Conrad, Ca [blog] Copeland, Mathieu, et al., ‘Coreografiar exposiciones’. Móstoles, ES: CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, 2017 Despret, Vinciane. ‘Living as a bird’. Translated by Helen Morrison. Cambridge, UK: Polity, 2021 Discapzine. ‘Ornitólogo auditivo y sordo’, article by Patricia Feb 28, 2016. Endresen, Sidsel; and Wesseltoft, Bugge. ‘Six Minutes or So’ in ‘Duplex Ride’ (Curling Legs, 1998) [Spotify] Errant Bodies / sound art project space [web] Fell, Simon H ; and Minton, Phil. ‘Knotted Properties’ [excerpt] HCR08 (Huddersfield Contemporary Records, 2014) [Soundcloud] Ferrerya, Beatriz. ‘Echos, 1978’ (Room40, 2020) [Youtube, Beatriz Ferreyra – Tema, March 20, 2020] Garbayo, Maite. MEDUSA: Genders in Transition: Masculinities, Affects, Bodies, and Technoscience [Universitat Oberta de Catalunya profile] Hennessy, Keith [Movement Research profile] Janvin Motland, Stine. ‘Sorting It All Out’ from the album ‘In Labour’ (Pica Disk, 2014) [Youtube, Lasse Marhaug, Oct 02, 2019] K Verlag. ‘These Birds of Temptation’ – intercalations 6, Feb 2022, Berlin, GE Karikis, Mikhail [web] Karpf, Anne. ‘The Human Voice: The Story of a Remarkable Talent’. London, UK: Bloomsbury, 2017 Korczynski, Marek [University of Nottingham profile] La Barbara, Joan. ‘Les Oiseaux qui chantent dans ma tête’ (Wizard Records, 1976) [Youtube, vox_ritualis, Nov 27, 2017] Labelle, Brandon. ‘Sonic Agency: Sound and Emergent Forms of Resistance’. London, UK: Goldsmiths Press / Sonics Series, 2020 Labelle, Brandon [web] Meyer, Bernardette [web] Minton, Phil [web] Mitchener, Elaine; & Van Huynh, Dam. Collaborating with Van Huynh Company [web] Myles, Eileen [web] Phelan, Peggy [Stanford University profile] Silva, Hannah [web] Stratos, Demetrio. ‘Cantare la voce – 04 ‘Flautofonie ed altro’ (Cramp Records, 1978) [Youtube, TheMadcapLaughs, July 21, 2012] Tagaq, Tanya. ‘Punk Inuit throat singer’ | TEDxMet [Youtube, TEDx Talks, Sept 30, 2015] Tagore, Rabindranath. ‘Stray Birds’. Translated from Bengali to English by the author. New York, US: The Macmillan Company, 1916 [online version] Televisión Española. ‘Alas para bailar’ from the series ‘De seda y hierro’, interview to Jose Carlos Sieres, directed by María José G Gómez-Recuerdo [RTVE Live, Oct 06, 2019] Tomažin, Irena. ‘Los espacios vacíos de la voz: fragmentos de notas sobre la voz’. In Copeland, Mathieu, et al., Coreografiar exposiciones. Móstoles (ES: CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, 2017 Tomažin, Irena. Moved by voice. The World is Sound [workshop site] Tompkins, Sue. ‘Orange Brainwash Tribute’ Performance at 356 S. Mission Road, July 11, 2014 [Youtube, 356SMissionRoad, July 29, 2014] Udvardyova, Lucia. ‘The voice of Stine Janvin Motland.’ Shape Platform, March 15, 2016 [interview] UNESCO. ‘Whistled language of the island of La Gomera (Canary Islands), the Silbo Gomero.’ Directed by Juan Ramón Hernandez y David Baute, Gobierno de Canarias 2008 [Youtube, UNESCO, Sept 25, 2009]

‘Creatures of the Lines,’ 2021

Sonia Levy

Season 04 Episode 05

29/07 - 07/08 2022

Ait-Touati, Frederique; Arenes, Alexandra; and Gregoire, Axelle. Terra forma: A book of speculative maps. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2022 [To renew our cartographic imaginaries and shift from ‘a point of view’ to ‘a point of life’.] Anderson, Virginia DeJohn. Creatures of empire: How domestic animals transformed early America. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004 [With a focus on the US, Anderson offers key insights about how non-humans are pulled into colonial and imperial projects.] Anderson, Virginia DeJohn. “Keep Off the Grass”(10:20-18:59) chapter in “The Beasts Within: Domesticated Animals in America” audio story, presented by Peter Onuf, BackStory with the American History Guys, January 2014 [With a focus on the US, Anderson offers key insights about how non-humans are pulled into colonial and imperial projects.] Bailey, Sarah A. “An overview of thirty years of research on ballast water as a vector for aquatic invasive species to freshwater and marine environments.” Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management 18, no. 3 (2015): 261-268 BLUE: Multispecies Ethnographies of Oceans in Crisis [Research Project, Aarhus University] [A Denmark-based research project of which we are also a part] Casid, Jill H. “Doing things with being undone.” Journal of Visual Culture 18, no. 1 (2019): 30-52 [Jill H Casid’s provoking concept of the Necrocene, reveals capitalism’s logic of “accumulation by extinction.”] Casid, Jill H. “Doing things with being undone.” [Youtube, Department of Visual Cultures, Goldsmiths, November 20, 2020] [Jill H Casid’s provoking concept of the Necrocene, reveals capitalism’s logic of “accumulation by extinction.”] Chen, Nancy N. “‘Speaking nearby:’ A conversation with Trinh T. Minh–ha.” Visual Anthropology Review 8, no. 1 (1992): 82-91 [Trinh T Minh-ha’s practice of ‘speaking nearby’ as opposed to ‘speaking about’ – i.e. not speaking from a position of authority but instead letting things come to oneself, in all their liveliness – has very much guided our approach to filmmaking.] Clark, Brett; and Bellamy Foster, John. “Ecological imperialism and the global metabolic rift: Unequal exchange and the guano/nitrates trade.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 50, no. 3-4 (2009): 311-334 Cole, Susanna DL. “Space into time: English canals and English landscape painting 1760-1835.” PhD diss., Columbia University, 2013 [A wonderful doctoral thesis on the cultural history, imaginaries, and visual imagery of canals.] Da Cunha, Dilip. The invention of rivers: Alexander’s eye and Ganga’s descent. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019 [Inspiring research on the work of making separations between land and water. How, it asks, can we instead situate ourselves within the hydrological cycle?] Davidson, Ian C.; Scianni, Christopher; Minton, Mark S.; and M. Ruiz, Gregory. “A history of ship specialization and consequences for marine invasions, management and policy.” Journal of Applied Ecology 55, no. 4 (2018): 1799-1811 Dorninger, Christian; Hornborg, Alf; Abson, David J.; Von Wehrden, Henrik; Schaffartzik, Anke; Giljum, Stefan; Engler, John-Oliver; Feller, Robert L.; Hubacek, Klaus; and Wieland, Hanspeter. “Global patterns of ecologically unequal exchange: Implications for sustainability in the 21st century.” Ecological economics 179 (2021): 106824 Ecological Globalization Anthropology on the New Pangaea [Research Project, Aarhus University] [Provided intellectual and financial support for this project] Fei, Songlin; Phillips, Jonathan; and Shouse, Michael. “Biogeomorphic impacts of invasive species.” Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 45 (2014): 69-87 Feral Atlas [Site] [An online, multi-genre exploration of proliferations and ecological damage] Gandy, Matthew. The fabric of space: Water, modernity, and the urban imagination. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2014 [A look at the place of water in cities with a chapter on London focusing on flood management and the role that fears and fantasies have played in the construction of the city’s inundation defences] Global Trout [Department of Social Anthropology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Oslo] [A research project that develops a similar analytical approach to the waterscape effects of British colonialism via the case of trout introductions] Jeans, J. Stephen. Waterways and Water Transport In Different Countries with a description of the Panama, Suez, Manchester, Nicaraguan, and other canals. London & New York: E. & F. N. Spon, 1890 [2018] [Reflection on canals about 120 years after they started to become an important feature of British landscapes.] Kiley, Daniel Urban. “Lecture: Dilip Da Cunha, “The Invention of Rivers”.” [Youtube, Harvard GSD, February 20, 2019][Inspiring research on the work of making separations between land and water. How, it asks, can we instead situate ourselves within the hydrological cycle?] Latham, A. David M.; Latham, M. Cecilia; Boyce, Mark S.; and Boutin, Stan. “Movement responses by wolves to industrial linear features and their effect on woodland caribou in northeastern Alberta.” Ecological Applications 21, no. 8 (2011): 2854-2865 [Lines and their more-than-human effects in a terrestrial context.] Obsidian Coast [Site] [Project Space and Artist peer-group] Otter, Chris. “Diet for a large planet” [Youtube, Einstein Forum, Streamed live on February 1, 2018] [Explores the transnational connections of Britain’s foodways, including their social consequences and environmental footprints.] Padial, A.A.; Vitule, J.R.S.; and Olden, J.D. “Preface: aquatic homogenocene—understanding the era of biological re-shuffling in aquatic ecosystems.” Hydrobiologia 847, 3705–3709 (2020). Painlevé, Jean, Hamon Geneviève. Les amours de la pieuvre. 1967 [Youtube, NYC BLOCKS, January, 2020]. [Early cinematic and aquatic tales where the scientific crosses with experimental filmmaking] Professor Paul Wood [Profile] [Primary scientific collaborator on canal ecologies] Putz, Francis E. “Halt the Homogeocene: A frightening future filled with too few species.” The Palmetto: Quarterly Magazine of the Florida Native Plant Society 18, No. 1 (April), 1998 [A framework for considering biological homogenization.] Radar Loughborough [Site] [Art Organization that commissioned this work] Rosenzweig, Michael L. “The four questions: What does the introduction of exotic species do to diversity?.” Evolutionary Ecology Research 3, no. 3 (2001): 361-367 [Thinking through the complexities of biotic homogenization and the trends in species diversity loss.] Sanghera, Sathnam. “Empireland: How imperialism has shaped modern Britain”, 2021. History Extra podcast, presented by Ellie Cawthorne, February 20, 2021, historyextra.com [An excellent resource for thinking about British empire in general.] Sanghera, Sathnam. Empireland: How imperialism has shaped modern Britain. London: Penguin, 2021 [An excellent resource for thinking about British empire in general.] Sharpe, Christina. In the wake: On blackness and being. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2016. [Sharpe’s use of ‘residence time’ – the length of time it takes for a substance to enter and leave the ocean – draws attention to how the horrors of the Transatlantic slave trade are still cycling the Atlantic Ocean, as human blood has a residence time of 260 million years in these waters. Her work presents racism and colonialism not only as discursive subjects, but also as material phenomena. This understanding has shaped our thinking on the materialities of canals’ water.] Simberloff, Daniel. “Biological invasions: What’s new, and why the controversy” [Youtube, UCLA IoES, May 22, 2014]. [An overview of invasive species issues from the perspective of a noted scientist.] Simberloff, Daniel. Invasive species: What everyone needs to know. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013 [An overview of invasive species issues from the perspective of a noted scientist.] Son, Mikhail O.; Prokin, Alexander A.; Dubov, Pavel G.; Konopacka, Alicja; Grabowski, Michał; MacNeil, Calum; and Panov, Vadim E. “Caspian invaders vs. Ponto-Caspian locals–range expansion of invasive macroinvertebrates from the Volga Basin results in high biological pollution of the Lower Don River.” Management of Biological Invasions 11, no. 2 (2020): 178-200 Stoler, Ann. “Concept-Work for Colonial Histories” [Youtube, Boğaziçi Üniversitesi, September 9, 2003] Stoler, Ann Laura. “Imperial debris: Reflections on ruins and ruination.” Cultural Anthropology 23, no. 2 (2008): 191-219 [A scholar whose work focuses on the durabilities and remains of empire, as well as modes of engaging with the histories of imperial formations.] Tsing, Anna Lowenhaupt. “A feminist approach to the Anthropocene: Earth stalked by Man”, 2015. Helen Pond McIntyre ’48 Lecture, Barnard Centre for Research on Women (BCRW), November 10, 2015 [Vimeo, BCRW Videos] [Tsing’s work on processes of ecological damage have been central to our thinking.] Walker, Jack R., and Hassall, Christopher. “The effects of water chemistry and lock-mediated connectivity on macroinvertebrate diversity and community structure in a canal in northern England.” Urban Ecosystems 24, no. 3 (2021): 491-500 Warwick, Hugh. Linescapes: Remapping and reconnecting Britain’s fragmented wildlife. New York: Penguin Random House, 2017 [A key resource for thinking about the geometries of contemporary British landscapes.] Warwick, Hugh. “The Importance of Linescapes – A Hedgehog’s View” [Youtube, Carbon Landscape, April 6, 2020] [A key resource for thinking about the geometries of contemporary British landscapes.] Wilson, Hazel L.; Johnson, Matthew F.; Wood, Paul J.; Thorne, Colin R.; and Eichhorn, Markus P. “Anthropogenic litter is a novel habitat for aquatic macroinvertebrates in urban rivers.” Freshwater Biology 66, no. 3 (2021): 524-534

‘Ko ta mapungey ka’ (Water is also territory), 2020

Seba Calfuqueo

Season 04 Episode 06

29/08 - 09/09 2022

Adán, Leonor; Alvarado, Margarita; and Urbina, Simón. “The aesthetics of clay: Mapuche pottery, visual identity and technological diversity,” in Ceramics: Art and Perception, 2018. Aigo, Juana; and Ladio, Ana. “Traditional Mapuche ecological knowledge in Patagonia, Argentina: fishes and other living beings inhabiting continental waters, as a reflection of processes of change,” in Journal of Etnobiología and Etnomedicina, n° 56, 2016. Alarcón, Galut (dir.) “El río suena.” Secas: Defensoras de las Aguas (prod.), 2021 [Youtube, Secas Film, n.d.]. Costanza Torri, Maria. “Medicinal plants used in Mapuche traditional medicine in Araucanía, Chile: linking sociocultural and religious values with local health practices,” in Complementary Health Practice Review n° 15, 2010: 132-148. Cuadra Montoya, Ximena. “Afirmar los bienes comunes naturales desde el Wallmapu,” in Yene: Revista de arte, pensamiento y escrituras en Wallmapu y Abya Yala, n.d. Gómez-Barris, Macarena. “Into the Fluid Heart of Wallmapu Territory”, in Serpentine, March 23, 2021. Llancaman Cárdenas, Martin. “Pluralidad de significado en los bienes comunes: mirada Mapuche hacia la defensa de las aguas,” in Polis: Revista Latinoamericana, n° 57, 2020: pp.37-51. Movimiento Fibra. “Sebastián Calfuqueo: artista mapuche” [Youtube, Movimiento Fibra, July 5, 2019]. Programa de Derecho y Política Ambiental de la Universidad Diego Portales; Núñez Becerra, Roxana. “Consagración del agua en la Nueva Constitución”, Plataforma Contexto: online, August 25, 2021. Robinson Torres, Gerardo; Azócar Gallardo, Roberto; and Mendoza, Julio. “Water Extractivism and Decolonial Struggles in Mapuche Territory, Chile,” in Water Alternatives n°15, 2022: pp.150-174. San Martín, Florencia. “Sebastián Calfuqueo’s Kowkülen: Inhabiting Nonbinary Waters,” in Post: Notes on Art in a Global Context, July 14, 2021. Toro, Alejandro (dir.); and Nuñez, Jaime (phot.). “Berta y Nicolasa, las Hermanas Quintremán” prod. for El Mirador, 2002 [Youtube, Daniel Muñoz Haro, n.d.]. Unidad de Coordinación de Asuntos Indígenas del Ministerio de Desarrollo Social y Familia. Diccionario de la lengua Mapuche. Unidad de Coordinación de Asuntos Indígenas del Ministerio de Desarrollo Social y Familia, Gobierno de Chile: Santiago de Chile, 2017. Vargas Paillahueque, Cristian. “KO KONÜMPAKEY TAÑI WEYCHAN (El agua rememora sus luchas). Sobre KO ÑI WEYCHAN, de Sebastián Calfuqueo”, in Artishock, November 28, 2020.

‘ma’ ma’ αίμα,’ 2022

Niño de Elche

Season 04 Episode 07

12/09 - 25/09 2022

Álvarez-Fernández, Miguel. “Ars sonora” [RTVE Play Radio]. Álvarez-Fernández, Miguel. “La voz límite. Una aproximación estética a la vocalidad teratológica desde el arte sonoro” PhD supervised by Cureses de la Vega, Marta, Universidad de Oviedo, Department of History of Art and Musicology, October 13, 2015. Archivo Val del Omar [web]. Casanovas Blanco, Lluís Alexandre. “José Val del Omar y el arte de tomar partido” in ELPAÍS March 30, 2021. Escudero, Vicente. Mi baile. Barcelona: Montaner y Simón, 1947 [Google Books]. Grande, Félix. Memoria del flamenco Madrid: Alianza Editorial, 1999 [Google Books]. López Ruiz, Luis. Guía del flamenco. Madrid: Ediciones AKAL, 2007 [Google Books]. Navarro Baldeweg, Juan. “Molino de Martos” in Catálogo [abierto] de arquitectura moderna y contemporánea: Córdoba, online, 2005. Niño de Elche. “Auto Sacramental Invisible: Una representación sonora a partir de Val del Omar,” Programa Fisuras, October 7 – April 26, 2021, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid, España [Exhibition online publication]. Niño de Elche. La Distancia Entre El Barro Y La Electrónica. Siete Diferencias Valdelomarianas Artistic direction and production Álvarez-Fernández, Miguel (Sony Music, 2020) [Discogs]. Niño de Elche [Youtube channel]. Ortiz Nuevo, José Luis. Pensamiento político en el cante flamenco. Barcelona: Editoriales Andaluzas Reunidas, D.L. 1985 [Google Books]. RTVE. Val del Omar. “Ondas de Fluencia,” produced by Uxue Peñagarikano, Suculenta Media, August 12, 2022 [RTVE Play Radio]. Sónar+D CCCB 2020 Music. “Niño de Elche: Segunda diferencia: Oraciones del siglo XXI” [Sónar+D, Youtube, n.d.]. Turismo de Córdoba. “Fuentes y jardines” [web].

‘Carried Away: Beyond a Rooted Condition,’ 2022

Madison Bycroft, Léo Landon Barret, and Nana (Anaïs) Pinay

Season 04 Episode 08

03/10 - 16/10 2022

Boyer, Anne “Questions for Poets,” in Aesthetic Education Expanded. May, 2014. Brand, Dionne. An Autobiography of The Autobiography of Reading. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2020. Bycroft, Madison. Biopic (or Charles-Geneviève-Louis-Auguste-André-Timothée), trailer. 2021 [Vimeo]. Da Silva, Denise Ferreira. “On Difference Without Separability,” in 32nd Bienal De São Paulo Art Biennial: Incerteza viva. 2016. Dana, Michel. CUTLASS SPRING, trailer. 2019 [Vimeo]. Derrida, Jacques. The animal that therefore I am(2002). New York: Fordham University Press, 2008. Flusser, Vilém and Bec, Louis. Vampyroteuthis Infernalis. A Treatise, with a Report by the Institut Scientifique de Recherche Paranaturaliste. (1987) Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2012. Glissant, Édouard. “Tremblement (Répertoire vidéo E. Glissant)” [Youtube, Institut Du Tout-Monde, January 9, 2013]. Haden Elgin, Suzette. Native Tongue. New York: DAW Books, 1984. Halberstam, Jack. & Lowe, Lisa. Wild Things: The Disorder of Desire. Durham: Duke University Press, 2020. Halberstam, Jack. The queer art of failure. Durham and London: Duke University Press, 2011. Jue, Melody. Wild Blue Media: thinking through seawater. Durham: Duke University Press, 2020. M. NourbeSe Philip. Zong!: as told to the author by Setaey Adamu Boateng. Middletown: Wesleyan University Press, 2008. Miéville, China. Embassytown. New York: Macmillan, 2011. Neimanis, Astrida. “We are all at sea” [Youtube, RIBOCA, July 16, 2020]. Painlevé, Jean. Acera or the Witches’ Dance, 1972, extract [Mubi]. Wang, Jackie. “Oceanic Feeling and Communist Affect.” Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art (RIBOCA), August 31, 2020 Wright, John. The naming of the Shrew – a Curious history of Latin Names. London: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2014.

‘The Mountain that Hid,’ 2022

Sim Chi Yin

Season 04 Episode 09

24/10 - 30/10 2022

Aw, Tash. Strangers on a Pier: A Portrait of a Family. London: 4th Estate 2021. Azoulay, Ariella Aïsha. Potential History: Unlearning Imperialism, London: Verso, 2019. Bayly, Christopher; and Harper, Tim. Forgotten Wars: Freedom and Revolution in Southeast Asia. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 2006. Butler, Judith. Precarious Life: The Powers of Mourning and Violence. New York: Verso, 2004. Datar, Rajan; Sim, Chi Yin; Show, Ying Xin; and Leow, Rachel. “The Malayan Emergency: A long Cold War conflict seen through the eyes of the Chinese community in Malaya.” BBC, The Forum, November 11, 2021. Demos, T. J. Return to the Postcolony, Specters of Colonialism in Contemporary Art. Berlin: Sternberg Press, 2013. Elkins, Caroline. “Looking beyond Mau Mau: Archiving Violence in the Era of Decolonization,” in American Historical Review, June 2015. Fang-Tze Hsu. “Muted Speech, Apa Khabar Orang Kampung, and To Singapore, with Love,” in Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, Volume 90, Part 1, No. 312, June 2017. Gopal, Priyamvada. Insurgent Empire: Anti-colonial Resistance and British Dissent. London and New York: Verso, 2019. Gordon, Avery. Ghostly Matters: Haunting and the Sociological Imagination. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2008. Grierson, Jamie; and Walker, Peter. “UN official raises concerns over UK offshore asylum plan,” The Guardian, 18 March 2021. Hack, Karl. “Detention, Deportation and Resettlement: British Counterinsurgency and Malaya’s Rural Chinese, 1948–60,” in The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History. Han Suyin, And The Rain My Drink. London: Jonathan Cape, 1955. Hanart TZ Gallery. “Sim Chi Yin: “One Day We’ll Understand” in Conversation with Prof. Tejaswini Niranjana” [Hanart TZ Gallery, Youtube, n.d.]. Harrison, Simon. Dark Trophies: Hunting and the Enemy Body in Modern War. New York and Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2012. Hartman, Saidiya. Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments: Intimate Histories of Riotous Black Girls, Troublesome Women and Queer Radicals. New York: W W Norton, 2019. Hattam, Jennifer. “Photographing History’s Silences and Gaps,” in Hyperallergic, October 26, 2022. Hirsh, Marianne. The Generation of Postmemory: Writing and Visual Culture After the Holocaust. New York: Columbia University Press, 2012. Khoo Gaik Cheng. Cultures At War: The Cold War and Cultural Expression in Southeast Asia, Tony Day and Maya H. T. Liem (eds.). Ithaca, New York: Cornell Southeast Asia Program Publications. Last, Alex; and Fletcher, Gus. “The Malayan Emergency.” BBC, Witness History, May 3, 2019. Leow, Rachel, Chinese Go Home: A Film by Rachel Leow [Rachel Leow, Youtube, n.d.]. Low Choo Chin. “Immigration Control during the Malayan Emergency: Borders, Belonging and Citizenship, 1948-1960,” in Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, volume 89, part 1, no. 310, June 2016, pp 33-59. Low Choo Chin, “The repatriation of the Chinese as a counterinsurgency policy during the Malayan Emergency”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 45(3), October 2014, pp 363–392. Malhotra, R Aanchal; and Sim Chi Yin. “My Family’s Hidden History,” BBC, The Conversation, May 24, 2020. Mawani, Renisa. “Law’s Archive,” in Annual Review of Law and Social Science, October 2012, p 340. Mcmillan, Kate. Contemporary Art and Unforgetting in Colonial Landscapes: Islands of Empire. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. Moser, Gabrielle. Projecting Citizenship: Photography and Belonging in the British Empire. Pennsylvania: Penn State University Press, 2019. Nguyen, Viet Thanh. Nothing ever dies: Vietnam and the memory of war. Cambridge: Harvard University Press: 2016 Nguyen, Viet Thanh. Nothing Ever Dies: Vietnam and the Memory of War. Cambridge, Massachusetts & London: Harvard University Press, 2016. Objectifs Singapore: Centre for Photography and Film. Image Makers: Sim Chi Yin [ObjectifsFilmsSG, Youtube, n.d.]. Rothberg, Michael. Multidirectional Memory: Remembering the Holocaust in the Age of Decolonization. Stanford, California: Stanford University Press, 2009. Sim Chi Yin; and Mengiste, Maaza. “Sim Chi Yin and Maaza Mengiste: Intervening in Colonial Archives,” in Ocula Magazine, December 8, 2021. Stoler, Ann Laura. Along the Archival Grain: Epistemic Anxieties and Colonial Common Sense. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 2010. Stoler, Ann Laura. “Colonial Aphasia: Race and Disabled Histories in France,” in Public Culture, Vol. 23, No. 1, 2011. The Malayan Emergency, a bibliography, Cultures of Occupation in Twentieth Century Asia (COTCA) Project, University of Nottingham, UK. Vuong, Ocean. On Earth We Are Briefly Gorgeous. London: Penguin, 2019. Yoneyama, Lisa. Hiroshima Traces: Time, Space, and the Dialectics of Memory. Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, 1999.

‘O.C.E.A.N.I.C.A. (Occasions Creating Ecologically Attuned Narratives in Collective Action)’

Isabel Lewis

Season 04 Episode 10

07/11 - 13/11 2022

Acar, Senem. Whirling Dervishes: Cosmic Reference to the Absolute Divine Unity in Music and Movement. The 42nd Annual Conference of the Royal Musical Association, Nottingham University, 2006. [Sufism / Ibn Arabi] Addas, Claude. Los Dos Horizontes Textos Sobre Ibn Arabi. Murcia, SP: Editora Regional de Murcia, 1992. [Sufism / Ibn Arabi] Almond, Ian. Sufism and Deconstruction: A Comparative Study of Derrida and Ibn ’Arabi. London, UK: Routledge, 2004. [Sufism / Ibn Arabi] Arabi, Muhyiddin Ibn. The Tarjumán Al-Ashwáq (Interpreter of Desires): A Collection of Mystical Odes. Cambridge, UK: Wentworth Press, 2016. [Sufism / Ibn Arabi] Burckhardt, Titus. Introduction to Sufi Doctrine. Bloomington, IN: World Wisdom, 2008. [Sufism / Ibn Arabi] Chittick, William C. The Self-Disclosure of God: Principles of Ibn Al-’Arabi’s Cosmology. Albany; NY: State University of New York Press, 1997. [Sufism / Ibn Arabi] Chittick, William C. The Sufi Path of Knowledge: Ibn Al-Arabi’s Metaphysics of Imagination. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1989. [Sufism / Ibn Arabi] Corbin, Henry. Alone with the Alone: Creative Imagination in the Sūfism of Ibn ’Arabī. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1998. [Sufism / Ibn Arabi] Corbin, Henry. Creative Imagination in the Sufism of Ibn Arabi. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1981. [Sufism / Ibn Arabi] Corbin, Henry. Spiritual Body and Celestial Earth. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1977. [Sufism / Ibn Arabi] Flores, Tania. The Barzakh of Flamenco: Tracing the Spirituality, Locality and Musicality of Flamenco From South of the Strait of Gibraltar. Independent Study Project, 2011. [Flamenco] Goldberg, K. Meira. Sonidos Negros. On the Blackness of Flamenco. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2019 [Flamenco] Goldberg, K. Meira. The Body Questions. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018. [Flamenco] Izutsu, Toshihiko. Sufism and Taoism: A Comparative Study of Key Philosophical Concepts. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1992. [Sufism / Ibn Arabi] Leveder, G. Calero, L. “Las Puellae Gaditanae. Una coreografía con acento propio.” Anas no. 27, 2014, pp. 107 – 120.[Astarté] McDonald, Barry (ed.). Seeing God Everywhere: Essays on Nature and the Sacred. Bloomington, IN: World Wisdom, 2003. [Sufism / Ibn Arabi] Michon, Jean-Louis, and Roger Gaetani, editors. Sufism: Love & Wisdom. Bloomington, IN: World Wisdom, 2006. [Sufism / Ibn Arabi] Morris, James W. “Spiritual Imagination and the “Liminal” World: Ibn ‘Arabi on the Barzakh.” Postdata, vol.15, no. 2, 1995, pp. 42–49. [Sufism / Ibn Arabi] Nasr, Seyyed Hossein. Three Muslim Sages: Avicenna, Suhrawardī, IbnʻArabī. Lahore, PK: Caravan Books, 1976. [Sufism / Ibn Arabi] Serwint, Nancy. Aphrodite and her Near Eastern Sisters: Spheres of Influence. Tempe, AZ: School of Arizona State University, 2003. [Astarté] Shah, Idries. The Sufis. Bath, UK: ISF Publishing, 2018. [Sufism / Ibn Arabi] Shah, Idries. The World Of The Sufi: An anthology of writings about Sufis and their work. Bath, UK: ISF Publishing, 2016. [Sufism / Ibn Arabi] Turenko, Vitali. Discourse of Love as Discourse of War and Battle: from Mythology to Philosophy. Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine, 2018. [Astarté] VV AA. El Río Guadalquivir. Sevilla: Junta de Andalucía, 2008. [River] Webster, Jason. “Revealing Flamenco’s Mystical Muslim Roots.” Classical Guitar Magazine, 2017 [Flamenco]

‘Aquel verano del 22. Las leyes’

Lorenzo Sandoval

Season 04 Episode 11

14/11 - 25/11 2022

Agencia Estatal Boletín Oficial del Estado. Ley 19/2022, de 30 de septiembre, para el reconocimiento de personalidad jurídica a la laguna del Mar Menor y su cuenca. Agencia Estatal Boletín Oficial del Estado. Ley 197/1963, de 28 de diciembre, sobre «Centros y Zonas de Interés Turístico Nacional». Agencia Estatal Boletín Oficial del Estado. Ley 21/1971, de 19 de junio, sobre el aprovechamiento conjunto Tajo-Segura [BOE]. Archivo fotográfico La Manga. “La Manga Antigua” [selection of videos]. Bellamy Foster, John. Marx’s Ecology. Materialism and nature. New York: Monthly Review Press, 2000. Gómez, Mario (dir.). Rito y geografía del cante, RTVE, 1971-1973. Herrero, Yayo. “Los cinco elementos” in ctxt / revista contexto: I July 31, 2020; II August 6, 2020; III August 13, 2020; IV August 20, 2020; V August 27, 2020. ILP (Iniciativa de Legislación Popular) Mar Menor. “Proposición de ley para el reconocimiento de personalidad jurídica a la laguna del Mar Menor y su cuenca.” María Teresa Vicente Giménez (author), 2020. ILP (Iniciativa de Legislación Popular) Mar Menor [web]. Leyes minería España (1825-1946), Documentos históricos [Técmina]. López-Morell, Miguel A.; and Miguel A. Pérez de Perceval, “From old mining to new mining: the introduction of differential flotation in Spanish mines and its environmental impact” in Revista de Historia Industrial, Universidad de Murcia, n.º 77, year XXVIII, September 2019. Moreno, MJ. “Teresa Vicente Giménez: «La justicia ecológica es un derecho social».” La Verdad, May 15, 2017. Sáez, Asensio. La Unión. Su antología. La Unión, Murcia: Iluro, 1979. Serres, Michel. The Natural Contract [Le Contrat Naturel, 1992]. Translated by Elizabeth MacArthur and William Paulson. Ann Arbor, MI: The University of Michigan Press, 1995. Servigne, Pablo; and Stevens, Raphaël. Colapsología. Barcelona: Arpa Editores, 2020 SOS Mar Menor [web]. Wandosell, Gonzalo. La primera sociedad unionense, 1860-1910. A través de mil personajes. La Unión, Murcia: 2021.

'Pájaro, cómeme,' 2022

Beatriz Santiago Muñoz

Season 04 Episode 12

05/12 - 09/12 2022

Arbona Homar, Javier. “Vieques, Puerto Rico: from devastation to conservation, and back again” in TDSR Volume XVIII Number I, University of California, June 2005 Beradt, Charlotte. El Tercer Reich de los sueños (1966), translated from German to Spanish by Leandro Levi, Soledad Nívoli. Logroño, Spain: Pepitas de calabaza, 2021. Delgado, Nicole Cecilia. subtropical dry (Spanish) written in 2015 during the seminary “Sonido Vieques,” Summer Session de Beta Local. Delgado, Nicole. “Subtropical Dry*” (2015), poem trans. to English by Urayoán Noel, in The River Rail: Puerto Rico, edited by Iberia Pérez González and Natalia Viera Salgado. New York City: The Brooklyn Rail: Critical Perspectives on Art, Politics and Culture. Gherovici, Patricia. The Puerto Rican Syndrome. New York City: Other Press, 2003 Juchau, Mireille. “How Dreams Change Under Authoritarianism,” The New Yorker, November 7, 2019. Know Your Caribbean, (Education, Cultural Ambassador. Snap shots into Caribbean History. Cultural & Historical) [Instagram account]. La Impresora, editorial project co-founded by Nicole Delgado Noel, Urayoán [personal website]. Pelet, Valeria. “Puerto Rico’s Invisible Health Crisis,” The Atlantic, September 3, 2016. Rodriguez Ramos, Reniel. Des-pensando el área cultural Caribe en la arqueología antillana, (lecture), Ciclo de Conferencias Caribeñas 24, Instituto de Estudios del Caribe Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Río Piedras, February 14, 2019 [Youtube, UPRRP TV]. Rodriguez Ramos, Reniel. “What Is The Caribbean? An Archaeological Perspective,” in Journal of Caribbean Archaeology, 2010 Santiago Muñoz, Beatriz; and Fernández Pan, Sonia. “Promise No Promises!” part the podcast series (34), Feminisms in the Caribbean: Thinking with Places and Objects. Der Tank Des Institut Kunst Gender Natur, 2018. Santiago Muñoz, Beatriz; and Gherovici, Patricia. “Beatriz Santiago Muñoz in Conversation with Patricia Gherovici.” Organized on the occasion of “Beatriz Santiago Muñoz: Song, Strategy, Sign,” New Museum, 2016 [Youtube, New Museum]. Santiago Muñoz, Beatriz. “The Littoral,” in HEARINGS The Online Journal of CONTOUR BIENNALE, September 29, 2016

‘Neti,’ 2022

Pranay Dutta

Season 05 Episode 01

13/02 - 26/02 2023

Chopra, Kanchan Ratna; Kapuria, P., & Kumar, P. Biodiversity Land Use Change and Human Well Being: A Study of aquaculture in the Indian sunderbans. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2009. Ghosh, Amitav. Hungry Tide. Haryana, IN: Harpercollins Publishers India, 2017. Ghosh, Amitav. Jungle-Nama. Paris, FR: Hachette UK, 2021. Ghosh, Priyanka, and Ghosh, Aditya. “Is ecotourism a panacea? Political ecology perspectives from the Sundarban Biosphere Reserve, India” in Geojournal, 84, 2019, pp. 345–366. Ginwala, Natasha; and Ziherl, Vivian. “Sensing grounds: Mangroves, unauthentic belonging, extra-territoriality” in e-flux journal #45 May 2013. Hölzle, Éva Rozália. “The Intolerable Dullness of Ecotourism in Sylhet” in Land, Life, and Emotional Landscapes at the Margins of Bangladesh. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2022, pp. 83–118. Jalais, Annu. “Dwelling on Morichjhanpi: When Tigers Became ‘Citizens’, Refugees ‘Tiger-Food’” in Economic and Political Weekly, 40 (17), 2010, pp.1757–1762. Jalais, Annu. Forest of tigers: people, politics and environment in the Sundarbans. New Delhi, IN: Routledge India, 2010. Jalais, Annu. “The Sundarbans: whose world heritage site?” in Conservation and Society, Vol. 5, No. 3, 2007, pp. 335-342. Mukhopadhyay, Anirban. “In Aila-Struck Sundarbans” in Economic and Political Weekly, 46 (40), 2011, pp. 21–24. Mukhopadhyay, Anirban. Living with disasters: Communities and development in the Indian sundarbans. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2017. Mukhopadhyay, Anirban; Mitra, Debashis; and Hazra, Sugata (eds). Sundarbans mangrove systems: A geo-informatics approach. Boca Ratón, FL: CRC Press, Routledge, 2022 Naskar, K; and Guha Bakshi, D. N. Mangrove swamps of the Sundarbans: An ecological perspective. Calcutta, IN: Naya Prokash, 1987. Nath, D. The Majuli island: Society, economy, and culture. Anshah Publishing House, 2009. Obrist, Hans Ulrist; and Glissant, Édouard. The archipelago conversations. New York City, NY: Isolaris, 2021. People’s Archive of Rural India. Stories from the Sundarbans [website]. Reed, M., Hume, A., & Dufresne, M. Deposition | dispossession: Climate change in the Sundarbans. Berkeley, CA: Kelsey Street Press, 2021. Roy, Sajal. Climate change impacts on gender relations in Bangladesh: Socio-environmental struggle of the Shora Forest community in the Sundarbans mangrove forest. Singapore: Springer Singapore, 2019. Sarkar, Sutapa Chatterjee. The Sundarbans: Folk deities, monsters and mortals. London, UK: Routledge, 2017. Schuppli, Susan. Material witness: Media, forensics, evidence. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2020. Sengupta, Arputharani. “Indus Valley Seals: Navigate sunderbans tiger” in Sundarbans Riding the Tiger King: Indus Valley Seals in Context. New Delhi, IN: Agam Kala Prakashan, 2016. Sharma, Prashant Kumar. The impact of climate change on Sundarbans: Implications for India-bangladesh relations. New Delhi, IN: Adroit Publishers, 2018.

‘De lo líquido a lo acuoso’ (From liquid to watery), 2022-2023

Ana María Millán

Season 05 Episode 02

03/03 - 16/03 2023

Acosta, Alberto. “El agua, un derecho humano no un negocio” ALAI, América Latina en Movimiento, Ecuador, May 11, 2010. Amparo Ochoa. “La Maldición De La Malinche” The Best of Amparo Ochoa (Remastered 2006)[Official Audio HD] [Youtube, Fonarte Latino, 2020] Ana y Jaime. “Cafe y Petroleo” (1969), video n.d. [Youtube, pachomusick, 2017] Ávila-García, Patricia. “Hacia una ecología política del agua en Latinoamérica” in Revista de Estudios Sociales: Los conflictos socio ambientales y ecología política en América Latina, n° 55, Enero 2016, p. 18-31. Bravo, Soledad. “Los mineros de Asturias” (1974) [Youtube, comandantecalicut, 2010]. Burroughs, William; Ginsberg, Allen. Cartas del Yagé. M. Lasserre (trans.) Buenos Aires, AG: Ediciones Signos, 1971. Corbin, Henry. Alone with the Alone: Creative Imagination in the Sūfism of Ibn ’Arabī. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1998. Corbin, Henry. Creative Imagination in the Sufism of Ibn Arabi. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1981. Corbin, Henry. Spiritual Body and Celestial Earth. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1977. Lozano Lerma, Betty Ruth. Aportes a un feminismo negro decolonial: Insurgencias epístemicas de mujeres negras-afrocolombianas tejidas con retazos de memorias, Serie Investigación Decolonial 1, Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar, Sede Ecuador. Quito: Ediciones Abya-Yala, 2019. Marder, Michael. Green Mass: The Ecological Theology of St. Hildegard of Bingen. Redwood City, CA: Stanford University Press, 2021. Marder, Michael. “The Ecological Literacies of St. Hildegard of Bingen” in Philosophies 2021, 6, 98, November 29, 2021. Marder, Michael. “What Is Plant-Thinking?” in Klesis – revue philosophique. ‘Philosophies de la nature’ 2013: 25, pp.124-146. Millán, Ana María. Stream, 2020 [Artwork]. (Animation, 4k Color Sound. Based on the role-play done during TBA-Academy The Current II Expedition #2: The Solomon Exercises led by Chus Martinez. With the participation of Ingo Niermann and other Fellows of TBA21-Academy Expedition. 3D by Ana María Millán and Andres Sandoval Alba. Music by Nicolás Spencer. Work made possible with support from the TBA21-Academy). Mina, Mateo (Anna Rubo, Michael Taussig). Libertad y esclavitud en el Valle del Cauca. Bogotá, CO: Publicaciones de la Rosca, 1975. Orozco Cañas, Cecilia. El derecho al agua: De las corrientes globales a los cauces nacionales. Cali, CO: Universidad del Valle, 2022. Plant, Sadie. Zeros and Ones: Digital Women and the New Technoculture. London, UK: Fourth Estate; New York, NY: 1995. Presidente Gustavo Petro ante la 77° Asamblea General de la Organización de Naciones Unidas – ONU United Nations, September 20, 2022 [Youtube, Cancillería Colombia, 2022]. Proceso de liberación de la madre tierra. “ITUANGO: el agua es la alegría de la montaña” May 30, 2019. TBA21–Academy [Ocean Archive]. “The Current II: The Solomon Exercises” Expedition #2, April 14–28, 2019 | Solomon Islands (Led by Chus Martínez, with Beatriz Santiago Muñoz, Diva Amon, Dineo Seshee Bopape, Marah Hardt, Ana María Millán, Ingo Niermann, Markus Reymann and Francesca Thyssen-Bornemisza). Various Authors; Rubiales Torrejón, Javier (ed.). El Río Guadalquivir. Sevilla, ES: Junta de Andalucía. 2008. Yupanqui, Atahualpa. “Minero soy” (1959), video RTVE 1977 [Youtube, blancolexitimo, 2015] Yupanqui, Atahualpa. “Preguntitas Sobre Dios” (1969) [Youtube, La Magia del Cancionero, 2012].

‘New Scenario’ 2022-2023

Rahraw Omarzad

Season 05 Episode 03

17/03 - 31/03 2023

Undead Matter | Dissolving Earths I

Dissolving Earths I

Season 05 Episode 04

21/04 - 05/05 2023

Barad, Karen Michelle. Meeting the Universe Halfway: Quantum Physics and the Entanglement of Matter and Meaning. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2007. Buonomano, Dean. Your Brain Is A Time Machine: The Neuroscience And Physics Of Time. New York, NY: W W Norton, 2018. Cadena, Marisol de la, and Mario Blaser. A World of Many Worlds. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2018. Chilltan: Shapeshifting Eternal Spirits from Central Asia by DAVRA Collective Crate, Susan Alexandra. Once Upon the Permafrost: Knowing Culture and Climate Change in Siberia. Tucson, AZ: Arizona Press, 2021. Crist, Eileen. ‘On the Poverty of Our Nomenclature’ IN Environmental Humanities, (2013) 3 (1): 129–147. Demos, T. J. Against the Anthropocene: Visual Culture and Environment Today. Berlin: Sternberg Press, 2017. Grosz, Elizabeth A. Becoming Undone: Darwinian Reflections on Life, Politics, and Art. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2011. Grusin, Richard, ed. Anthropocene Feminism. Minneapolis, MN: University Of Minnesota Press, 2017. Jemisin, N. K. The Fifth Season: The Broken Earth. London, UK: Orbit Books, 2016. Klingan, Katrin, et al. Textures of the Anthropocene: Grain, Vapor, Ray. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2015. Kohn, Eduardo. How Forests Think: toward an Anthropology beyond the Human. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2015. Larrington, Carolyne. Poetic Edda. Oxford, UK: Oxford Univ Press, 2019. Latour, Bruno. Down to Earth: Politics in the New Climatic Regime. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press, 2018. Margulis, Lynn. The Symbiotic Planet: a New Look at Evolution (1998). London, UK: Phoenix, 2013. Meillassoux, Quentin. After Finitude: an Essay on the Necessity of Contingency. London, UK: Continuum, 1967. Mitchison, Naomi. Memoirs of a Spacewoman. Victor Gollancz, 1962. Morton, T. Dark Ecology: For a logic of future coexistence. Columbia University Press, 2018 Negarestani, Reza, ‘Undercover Softness: An Introduction to the Architecture and Politics of Decay’ in Mackay, R. (2010). Collapse. philosophical research and development. Urbanomic Neimanis, Astrida. Bodies of Water: Posthuman Feminist Phenomenology (Bloomsbury, 2019) Povinelli, Elizabeth A. Between Gaia and Ground: Four Axioms of Existence and the Ancestral Catastrophe of Late Liberalism. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2021. Rovelli, Carlo. Reality Is Not What It Seems: the Journey to Quantum Gravity. Riverhead Books, 2018. Schumacher, E F. Small Is Beautiful. Blond & Briggs, 1973. Tsing, Anna Lowenhaupt. The Mushroom at the End of the World: on the Possibility of Life in Capitalist Ruins. Princeton University Press, 2015. Yusoff, Kathryn. A Billion Black Anthropocenes or None. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2018.

Undead Matter | Dissolving Earths II

Dissolving Earths II

Season 05 Episode 05

08/05 - 26/05 2023

Barad, Karen Michelle. Meeting the Universe Halfway: Quantum Physics and the Entanglement of Matter and Meaning. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2007. Buonomano, Dean. Your Brain Is A Time Machine: The Neuroscience And Physics Of Time. New York, NY: W W Norton, 2018. Cadena, Marisol de la, and Mario Blaser. A World of Many Worlds. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2018. Chilltan: Shapeshifting Eternal Spirits from Central Asia by DAVRA Collective Crate, Susan Alexandra. Once Upon the Permafrost: Knowing Culture and Climate Change in Siberia. Tucson, AZ: Arizona Press, 2021. Crist, Eileen. ‘On the Poverty of Our Nomenclature’ IN Environmental Humanities, (2013) 3 (1): 129–147. Demos, T. J. Against the Anthropocene: Visual Culture and Environment Today. Berlin: Sternberg Press, 2017. Grosz, Elizabeth A. Becoming Undone: Darwinian Reflections on Life, Politics, and Art. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2011. Grusin, Richard, ed. Anthropocene Feminism. Minneapolis, MN: University Of Minnesota Press, 2017. Jemisin, N. K. The Fifth Season: The Broken Earth. London, UK: Orbit Books, 2016. Klingan, Katrin, et al. Textures of the Anthropocene: Grain, Vapor, Ray. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2015. Kohn, Eduardo. How Forests Think: toward an Anthropology beyond the Human. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2015. Larrington, Carolyne. Poetic Edda. Oxford, UK: Oxford Univ Press, 2019. Latour, Bruno. Down to Earth: Politics in the New Climatic Regime. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press, 2018. Margulis, Lynn. The Symbiotic Planet: a New Look at Evolution (1998). London, UK: Phoenix, 2013. Meillassoux, Quentin. After Finitude: an Essay on the Necessity of Contingency. London, UK: Continuum, 1967. Mitchison, Naomi. Memoirs of a Spacewoman. Victor Gollancz, 1962. Morton, T. Dark Ecology: For a logic of future coexistence. Columbia University Press, 2018 Negarestani, Reza, ‘Undercover Softness: An Introduction to the Architecture and Politics of Decay’ in Mackay, R. (2010). Collapse. philosophical research and development. Urbanomic Neimanis, Astrida. Bodies of Water: Posthuman Feminist Phenomenology (Bloomsbury, 2019) Povinelli, Elizabeth A. Between Gaia and Ground: Four Axioms of Existence and the Ancestral Catastrophe of Late Liberalism. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2021. Rovelli, Carlo. Reality Is Not What It Seems: the Journey to Quantum Gravity. Riverhead Books, 2018. Schumacher, E F. Small Is Beautiful. Blond & Briggs, 1973. Tsing, Anna Lowenhaupt. The Mushroom at the End of the World: on the Possibility of Life in Capitalist Ruins. Princeton University Press, 2015. Yusoff, Kathryn. A Billion Black Anthropocenes or None. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2018.
Andrews-Goff, V; Bestley, S; Gales, N J; Laverick, S M; Paton, D; Polanowski, A M, Schmitt, NT; and Double, M C. ‘Humpback whale migrations to Antarctic summer foraging grounds through the southwest Pacific Ocean’ in Ocean Archive [originally published in Nature, August 17, 2018]. Boerder, Kristina; Miller, Nathan A; and Worm, Boris. ‘Global Hot Spots of Transshipment of Fish Catch at Sea’ in Ocean Archive (originally published in Science Advances), July 25, 2018. Critchley, Emma (artist); Hill, Elena (producer) in Ocean Archive [video teaser and stills], 2017-2021. Dave, Mekhala; Middleton, Fiona; and TBA21–Academy. ‘Culturing the Deep Sea: An Introduction,’ in Ocean Archive [story], n.d. Dave, Mekhala; Middleton, Fiona; and TBA21–Academy. ‘Culturing the Deep Sea: Game Changers, Consortia and Collectives,’ in Ocean Archive [story], n.d. Dave, Mekhala; Middleton, Fiona; and TBA21–Academy. ‘Culturing the Deep Sea: Game Changers, Consortia and Collectives,’ in Ocean Archive [story], n.d. Duarte, Carlos; and TBA21–Academy. ‘Dangerous Climate Change in the Arctic: Why Should We Care?’ in Ocean Archive [webinar as part of the Ocean / Uni’s third session: ‘Aquapolitics Along the Gulf Stream’], 2020. Hardt, Marah. ‘The Day of the Ahs!’ in Ocean Archive [lecture from one of the convenings of The Current II, ed by Chus Martínez], September 29, 2018 Inhabitants; Mendes, Margarida; Helmreich, Stefan; and TBA21–Academy. What is Deep Sea Mining, in Ocean Archive [Five-episode web series], 2018-2019. Lavy, Gili. Common Lakes, Ocean Archive [Common Lakes is the result of the Ocean-Archive.org Residency], n.d. Lemos, Eirini; and TBA21–Academy. ‘Humpback Whale Migrations’, in Ocean Archive, n.d. McCormick-Goodhart, Emma. ‘Underwater (Un)Sound’ in Ocean Archive [originally published in e-flux Architecture as a part of the collaboration Oceans in Transformation with TBA21–Academy], August 2020. Mulsow, Sandor; and TBA21–Academy. ‘Mining the Common Heritage of Humankind: The Deep Sea Sandor Mulsow’ in Ocean Archive [webinar], 2021. Nakamura, Katrina; Bishop, Lori; Ward, Trevor; Pramod, Ganapathiraju; Chakra Thomson, Dominic; Tungpuchayakul, Patima; and Srakaew, Sompong. ‘Seeing Slavery in Seafood Supply Chains,’ in Ocean Archive [originally published in Science Advances], July 25, 2018. Neimanis, Astrida; and TBA21–Academy. ‘The Sea and the Breathing’ in Ocean Archive [webinar, part of TBA21–Academy’s The Current II convening, The Waves of the Oh!s and the Ah!s led by Chus Martínez.] Sideli, Stella. ‘Polifonia Mediterranea’ in Ocean Archive, n.d. TBA21–Academy, Niermann, Ingo; Gruber, David; ‘Ocean Wants #6: Translating Whales,’ in Ocean Archive [podcast episode], 2021. TBA21–Academy. ‘Syllabus: Session 4: Thinking with the Seabed: The Future of Ocean Extractivism,’ in Ocean Archive [program], 2022. Territorial Agency et Al. Humboldt Current, in Ocean Archive [collection], n.d. Thyssen-Bornemisza, Francesca; and TBA21–Academy. ‘Soundscape Library (From Sounds Too Many)’ in Ocean Archive, 2019. Tickler, David; Meeuwig, Jessica J; Bryant, Katharine; David, Fiona; Forrest, John A H; Gordon, Elise; Joudo Larsen, Jacqueline; Oh, Beverly; Pauly, Daniel; Sumaila, Ussif R; Zeller, Dirk; ‘Modern Slavery and the Race to Fish,’ in Ocean Archive [originally published in Nature Communications], November 7, 2018. Various Artists; and TBA21–Academy. freq_wave: 7 seas in Ocean Archive [sound artwork, interactive web-based collaboration of 84 sound curated by Carl Michael von Hausswolff and co-curated by Alonso Vázquez, commissioned and produced by TBA21–Academy], 2020. Weizman, Eyal (guest); Shadid, Reem (editor, host); Chaaya, Jinane (introduction, voice over); Choucair, Moe (sound editor); Montero Sierra, María (producer). ‘Aridity Lines: Violence, Climate Change, and Shifting Shorelines,’ in Ocean Archive, commissioned by TBA21–Academy and co-produced with Radio Ma3azef [podcast], 2022. Winderen, Jana. ‘Instant Interview’ in Ocean Archive, 2021. Winderen, Jana. ‘Silencing of the reefs’ in Ocean Archive [A webinar conducted by Jana Winderen, as part of the Ocean / Uni’s Spring Semester 2021 sixth session Sounding Borderless Entanglements], April 14, 2021.

‘Karkadann of Land and the Dark Seas,’ 2023

Sahil Naik

Season 05 Episode 06

16/06 - 29/06 2023

An Indian man wearing a Dhoti, sitting atop a saddled rhinoceros, guiding it via bridle, reins, and a whip [M Library Digital Collection]. Banerjee, Sumanta. “The ‘Discreet Charm’ of the BJP” in Economic and Political Weekly, vol. 49, no. 24, 2014, pp. 10–13. Baroda Museum and Picture Gallery, Baroda, Gujarat, India. Biedermann, Zoltán; Gerritsen; Anne; Riello, Giorgio (eds). Global Gifts: The Material Culture of Diplomacy in Early Modern Eurasia. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press, 2018. Bosnak, Judith E., and Rick Honings. “Roaring Tigers, Grunting Buffalo, and Slithering Snakes Along the Javanese Road: A Comparative Examination of Dutch and Indonesian Travel Writing” in Animals in Dutch Travel Writing, 1800-Present, edited by Rick Honings and Esther Op de Beek. Leiden, Netherlands: Leiden University Press, 2023, pp. 29–78. Briggs, George W. “The Indian Rhinoceros as a Sacred Animal” in Journal of the American Oriental Society, vol. 51, no. 3, 1931, pp. 276–82. Brown, Thomas, and Warwick, William. Above, an Indian Rhinoceros; below, a Two-Horned Rhinoceros. Coloured Etching by W. Warwick after Captain T. Brown. n.d. Etching, with watercolors;, sheet 34.2 x 22.6 cm [Wellcome Collection]. Burrough, Marmaduke, 1797-1844. [An Indian Man Wearing a Dhoti, Sitting atop a Saddled Rhinoceros, Guiding It via Bridle, Reins, and a Whip]. Undated. William L. Clements Library. Čavoški, Jovan. Non-Aligned Movement Summits: A History. London, United Kingdom: Bloomsbury Academic, 2022. Coomaraswamy, A.K., 1912. Indian drawings: second series, chiefly Rajput. London, United Kingdom, India Society -, pp. 1-34, pls. 1-26. Dikshit, K.N. ‘Purātattva’ Indian Archaeological Society Issue 36, 2006, p. 254. Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, Chorao, Goa [Triophillia]. D’Silva, Themistocles. Labyrinth at Usgalimal Decoded (Goa Prehistory Files), 2018. Engraving of a Rhinoceros. n.d. [Wellcome Collection]. Feiman, Jesse. “The Matrix and the Meaning in Dürer’s Rhinoceros” in Art in Print, vol. 2, no. 4, 2012, pp. 22–26. ‘Hall of Nations and Nehru Pavilion’, in Architexturez South Asia. 2017. Huber, Ariel. Mahendra Raj & Raj Rewal. Hall of Nations at Pragati Maidan New Delhi 1972. Ediz. Illustrata. Rome, Italy: Divisare Books, 2019. Indian Customs & Central Excise Museum, Panaji Goa, India [Indiatales]. Ionesco, Eugène. Rhinoceros and Other Plays. New York: United States, Grove Press, 1960. Kota Master (attributed). Rajput: Ram Singh of Kotah Hunting Rhinoceros. C.1695. Kumar, Vijay (chief ed.). Indian Journal of Archaeology. Vol. 5, No. 4 Year 2020 (Peer reviewed e-journal). Lach, Donald F.. Asia in the Making of Europe, Volume II: A Century of Wonder. Book 1: The Visual Arts. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 2010. Lang, Jon T.. A Concise History of Modern Architecture in India. Ranikhet, India: Permanent Black, 2002. Longhi, Pietro, 1702-1785. Rhinoceros. n.d. Oil on canvas, 62x50cm [Wikipedia]. Mathpal, Yashodhar. Prehistoric Painting Of Bhimbetka. New Delhi, India: Abhinav Publications, 1984. Mehrdiratta, Rohit Raj, et al. The Structure: Works of Mahendra Raj. Zürich, Switzerland: Park Books, 2016. Mukherjee, Rila. India in the Indian Ocean World: From the Earliest Times to 1800 CE. Singapore: Springer Nature Singapore, 2022. Oosterhoff, Richard J.; Marcaida, José Ramón; and Marr, Alexander (eds.). Ingenuity in the Making: Matter and Technique in Early Modern Europe. Pittsburgh, United States: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2021. ‘Our Lady of Help Feast Celebrated at Ribandar.’ O Heraldo, November 09, 2020. Parpia, Shaha. “The Imperial Mughal Hunt: A Pursuit of Knowledge” in Ilm: Science, Religion and Art in Islam, edited by Samer Akkach, University of Adelaide Press, 2019, pp. 39–58. Philips Galle, 1537-1612. Rhinoceros. 1586. Haarlem. Reynolds, Richard J., et al. The Rhinoceros in Captivity: A List of 2439 Rhinoceroses Kept from Roman Times to 1994. Amsterdam: Netherlands, SPB, 1998. Rhino Resource Centre. Rhinoceros Amulet. Carnelian, 200 BC–200 AD. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Rookmaaker, Kees. ‘Records of the Sundarbans Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros sondaicus inermis) in India and Bangladesh’ in Pachyderm, Nairobi, 24 (1998): 37-45. Sarjeant, Carmen. “Comparison of Neolithic Sites in Southeast Asia.” Contextualising the Neolithic Occupation of Southern Vietnam, vol. Terra Australis 42, ANU Press, 2014, pp. 337–86. Sarkar, Jadunath. Studies in Mughal India, 1870-, 1919. Calcutta, India; M.C. Sarkar, 1919. Seal (Impression; Stamp; Steatite; 1.53″ x 1.52″ x 0.32″). Glyptic., Ca. 3rd-2nd millennium, B.C. Found at Mohenjo-daro; excavated by Govt. of India, 1927-1931. Shokoohy, Mehrdad. Muslim Architecture of South India: The Sultanate of Ma’bar and the Traditions of Maritime Settlers on the Malabar and Coromandel Coasts (Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Goa). London, United Kingdom: Routledge, 2003. So-Called “Portuguese Carpet”; Detail of Portuguese Crews Arriving in Their Sailboats, Perhaps Landing in Goa. wool, 14 colors, 17th cent. Museum für Angewandte Kunst, Vienna. Thapar, Romila. A History of India. New Delhi, India: Penguin Books Limited, 1990. The Aguad, Goa. The Dublin Penny Journal, “The Rhinoceros” vol. 4, no. 165, 1835, pp. 68–69. Ying Liu; Chen, Zhongping; and Blue, Gregory (eds.). Zheng He’s Maritime Voyages (1405-1433) and China’s Relations with the Indian Ocean World: A Multilingual Bibliography. Leiden, Netherlands: Brill, 2014.

‘La Isla. A través del cauce’ (The Island. Through the Riverbed), 2023

Irene de Andrés

Season 05 Episode 07

30/06 - 07/07 2023

Bacle, Caroline. Lost Rivers, 2015 [vimeo]. Barea, Arturo. La forja de un rebelde. Madrid, España: Debolsillo, 1951. Caballero, Alvaro; and Gutiérrez, Jaime. ‘Las ciudades que vuelven a mirar a sus ríos’, RTVE , Aug 19, 2021. Caminar el agua [website]. Carballo, María F. ‘Oda a los baños de verano que no volverán: las piscinas desaparecidas de Madrid’, Madrid Secreto, Aug 18, 2022. Castelo, Félix. Baños en el Manzanares en el paraje de Molino Quemado, oil on cavas (1634-1637). Museo de historia de Madrid [wikipedia]. Cayetano, Malú (ed.). Madrid acuosa. Madrid, España: CentroCentro, 2022. Corbin, Alain. The Lure of The Sea. The Discovery of the Seaside in the Western World, 1750-1840. London, UK: Penguin Books, 1988. De Andrés, Irene. ‘La Isla: Cloro y caudal’ podcast (2019) [bandcamp]. Derbyshire, Delia. Bach’s Air (1971), The BBC Radiophonic Workshop [youtube]. Ecologistas en Acción. ‘Un río para una ciudad’ [online], Jan 26, 2016. G.A.T.E.P.A.C., A.C. Documentos de actividad contemporánea, nº 7, Año 2, 1937 Giménez Caballero. Esencia de verbena,1930 [RTVE, Filmoteca Española]. Gómez de la Serna, Ramón. Madrid. Madrid, España: Ed. Almarabu, 1987. González Ruibal, Alfredo. ‘Sondeos arqueológicos en los restos de la Guerra Civil en la Ciudad Universitaria de Madrid. Campaña de 2017. Informe preliminar’, CSIC, INCIPIT, 2017. Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de. Baile a orillas del Manzanares. oil on canvas (1776-1777). Museo del Prado. Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de. Las lavanderas, oil on canvas (1780). Museo del Prado. Hernández, Miguel. Viento del pueblo. 1936-1937 [online]. Instituto Geográfico Nacional. Plano de Texeira: Cervantes y el Madrid del Siglo XVIII, (waterways). Madrid Acuosa [souncloud]. Manzano Salcedo, Paula. ‘La Isla’ The Cultural, Jan 29, 2019. Martín Patiño, Basilio; and García Sánchez, José Luis. Paseo por los letreros de Madrid (1968). Martín Patiño, Basilio. Madrid, 1987. Ministerio de Agricultura, Alimentación y Medio Ambiente. Informe de restauración Fluvial Río Manzanares en el entorno del Real Sitio de El Pardo (Madrid) de la Confederación hidrográfica del Tajo Nov 2015. Montenegro, Sofía. Fondo con delfín, Festival Bosque R.E.A.L. 2019, Una Revisión Expandida y Aumentada y Literal de la Casa de Campo de Madrid. Museo de San Isidro. De los orígenes de la ciudad [esmadrid]. NODO. Crecida en el Manzanares y el Jarama. March 17, 1947 (03:42-05:38) [RTVE, Filmoteca Española]. Otamendi Miner, José Manuel. En el Madrid de los años 50. Madrid, España: Instituto de Estudios Madrileños, 1980. Pekler, Andrew. Sounds from Phantom Islands (2019) [bandcamp]. Pérez-González, A., and Uribelarrea del Val, D. ‘Geología del Cuaternario de los valles fluviales del Jarama y Manzanares en las proximidades de Madrid’, Bifaces y elefantes. La investigación del Paleolítico Inferior en Madrid. Zona Arqueológica, 1, 2002, pp.303-317. Rego, Félix. Madrid y su río. Madrid, España: Temporae, 2016. Rivas, Pablo. ‘Estos ocho puntos no señalizados tienen contaminación radioactiva’, El Salto, Oct 4, 2018. RTVE. Ese aprendiz de río, 1982 [RTVE, Filmoteca Española]. Sarasúa, Carmen. ‘El oficio más molesto, más duro: El trabajo de las lavanderas en la España de los siglos XVIII al XX’ Historia Social, n. 45, 2003, pp.53-77. Saura, Carlos. El pequeño río Manzanares, 1956. Šebjanič, Robertina. Riologías | Estrategias empáticas en tiempo profundo, 2022. Severine Beata. Paseo con Jander (El ojo brillante, 2018), [bandcamp]. Stancampiano, L. M., Rubio-Jara, S., Panera, J., Uribelarrea, D., Pérez-González, A., & Magill, C. R. . ‘Organic geochemical evidence of human-controlled fires at Acheulean site of Valdocarros II (Spain, 245 kya)’, Scientific Reports, 13 (1) 2023, 7119. The Caretaker, An Empty Bliss Beyond this World (2011) [youtube]. Uribelarrea del Val, David. Dinámica y evolución de las llanuras aluviales de los ríos Manzanares, Jarama y Tajo, entre las ciudades de Madrid y Toledo [thesis], UCM, 2008. Viaene, Lieselotte. ‘Ríos seres vivientes y personalidad jurídica’, Red Multidisciplinar sobre Pueblos Indígenas [online] May 12, 2017.

‘In the matter Re: Rights of Nature. A Staged Hearing’ 2023

Khoj and Zuleikha Chaudari

Season 05 Episode 08

13/07 - 27/07 2023

Chandran, Rina. ‘India’s sacred Ganges and Yamuna rivers granted same legal rights as humans,’ Reuters, Mar 21, 2017. Darpö, Jan. Can Nature Get It Right? A Study on Rights of Nature Policy Department for Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs, Directorate-General for Internal Policies,March 2021. Doherty, Ben. “Rio Tinto accused of violating human rights in Bougainville for not cleaning up Panguna mine: New report alleges mine caused environmental devastation and ongoing health problems for communities.” The Guardian, March 31, 2020 Ecuador Constitution, Chapter 7 Article 71, 2008, p.24. Emmanouil, Nia; Clark, Cristy; Pelizzon, Alessandro; Page, John. ‘Can you hear the rivers sing? Legal personhood, ontology, and the nitty gritty of governance’ in Ecology law quarterly, July, 2020. ‘Environmental Personhood Ganga and Yamuna case,’ 2017. Judgement Transcript, (Indiankanoon). Indian Air Quality Studies Interactive Repository. History of air pollution 1 – Legislation for controlling air pollution in India (1990). Jha, Akshita & Ghosh, Adrija. Is Being A ‘person’ Essential For The Environment To Hold Rights? Assessing The Legitimacy Of Environmental Personhood And Alternative Approaches. July-September, 2018. Kothari, Ashish; and Bajpai, Shrishtee, ‘We are the river, the River Is Us,’ Economic and political weekly. 2017 ‘Law of the Rights of Mother Earth, Bolivia, 2010’ (EarthLaws) Margil, Mari. ‘Legal Rights of the Natural World: Beyond Personhood,’ Common Dreams, Sept 26, 2019. Mathew, Sharon; and Uppal, Nona Marking. ‘40 Years of India’s Air Act (March 29, 1981),’ Environmentality, Apr 22, 2021. Mbembe, Achille; and Gilman, Nils (Interview). ‘How To Develop A Planetary Consciousness,’ Noema Magazine, Jan 11, 2022. Mehta, Tarini. ‘Symposium Exploring the Crime of Ecocide: Accountability for Environmental Destruction–Ecocide in National and International Law (Part I),’ Opinio Juris, Sept 25, 2020. Mehta,Tarini, and Gupta, Lakshya. ‘Crop Stubble Burning: Community Based Solutions Needed,’ Perspective, October, 2020. Ondieki, Geoffrey; Shetty, Disha; and Balagtas See, Aie. ‘Climate change puts more women at risk for domestic violence,’ Washington Post, Jan 3, 2023. Sainath, P. ‘Farmers’ suicide rates soar above the rest,’ (personal website), May 18, 2020. The Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, India, 1981(India Code). The Chipko Movement (Right Livelihood website). The Environment Protection Act, India, 1986 (Court Cases). The Environment Protection Act, India, 1986 (India Code). The National Green Tribunal Act, India, 2010 (Court Cases). The National Green Tribunal Act, India, 2010 (National Green Tribunal website). Westall, Andrea. ‘The Ecuadorian Constitution was the first national constitution to give rights to nature,’ Foundation for Democracy and Sustainable Development, Apr 3, 2015

‘ruido ê (the film)’ [fragment], 2023

Silvia Zayas

Season 05 Episode 09

03/11 - 10/11 2023

Ballard, J.G. ‘El barrendero de sonido’ in Las voces del tiempo. Barcelona: Minotauro, 1992. Barad, K. ‘Nature’s Queer Performativity. Kvinder, Køn og forskning/’ Women, Gender and Research, 1(2), Copenhagen, 2012, pp. 25-53. Barad, K. ‘On Touching- The Inhuman that Therefore I Am’. Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies 23(3), 2012a, pp.206-222. Barad, K.. ‘Transmatterialities. Trans*/Matter/realities and Queer Political imaginings.’ GLQ. Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, 21:2 – 3, 2015, pp. 387-422. Barría, C., Coll, M., & Navarro, J. ‘Unravelling the ecological role and trophic relationships of uncommon and threatened elasmobranchs in the western Mediterranean Sea’. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 539, 2015, pp.225‐240. Barría, C., Colmenero, A. (2019). ‘La pesca de tiburones y rayas en el Noroeste del Mediterráneo, una situación compleja.’ Derecho animal, 10 (4). Bond, M. ‘Cómo el aislamiento extremo distorsiona la mente’. BBC Future, 2014. Capps, L. & Ochs, E.. Constructing Panic. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 1995. Carrier, J.C.; Heithaus, M. R.; Simpfendorfer, C. A. Shark Research. Emerging Technologies and Applications for the filed and laboratory. London: Routledge, 2019. Chen, N. & Minh-ha T. ‘Speaking Nearby. A Conversation with Trinh T. Minh-ha.’ Visual Anthropology Review, 8 (1), 1992, pp. 82-91. Einstürzende Neubauten. Kollaps (album), 1981. Franke, I.. Seeing with eyes closed (exhibition catalog). Venice: Peggy Guggenheim Collection, 2010. Guimarães Rosa, J. O meu tio Iaguaretê. En Estas Histórias. Rio de Janeiro: Ed. José Olympio, 1962. Hak Kyung Cha, T. Apparatus: Cinematographic Apparatus. Selected Writings. New York: Printed Matter, 1981. Hill, P. S.M. & Lakes-Harlan, R. et ál.. Biotremology: Studying Vibrational Behavior (Animal Signals and Communication Book 6). Berlin: Springer, 2019. Jerzy Skolimowski. The shout (film) 1978 Kate Bush “Experiment IV” (Official music video), 1986. Album The whole story (KateBushMusic, 4 Jan 2011) Kirby, V.. Quantum Anthropologies. Life at Large. Durham, NC and London: Duke University Press, 2011. Kluge, A. ‘The significance of Phantasy’. New German Critique, 24/25, 1981, p.216. Marey, E. J. ‘Nouvelles recherches sur le poissons électriques: Caractères de la décharge du gymnote; effets d’une décharge de torpille lancée dans un telephone’. Journal de physique théorique et appliquée series, 1(8), 1879, facsimile, pp.162-164. Minh-ha, Trinh T. Cinema-Interval. New York & London: Routledge, 1999. Ndalianis, A. The Horror Sensorium, Media and the Senses. Jefferson, North Carolina, and London: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2012. Nechvatal, J.. Immersion into noise. Michigan: Open Humanities Press, 2011. Observadores del Mar – Proyecto Tiburones y Rayas. Sobchack, V. Carnal Thoughts. Embodiment and Moving Image Culture. Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, 2004. Solé, M., Lenoir, M., Durfort, M., Fortuño, J.M., Van der Schaar, M., De Vreese, S., André, M. ‘Seagrass Posidonia is impaired by human-generated noise’ Communications Biology 4:743 | 15 June 2021. Solé, M., Monge, M., André, M., Quero, C. ‘A proteomic analysis of the statocyst endolymph in common cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis): an assessment of acoustic trauma after exposure to sound’ Scientific Reports 9(1), 2019, pp.1-12. Steyerl, H. ‘A Sea of Data: Apophenia and Pattern (Mis)Recognition’. E-flux journal, Issue #72, April 2016. Torralba, R. ‘A Fantasmática do Corpo de Lygia Clark: interfaces entre arte e clínica’ Cadernos de subjetividade, 16, 2014, pp. 187-198. Torres, A., Abril, A. M., Clua, E. A Time-Extended (24 h) Baited Remote Underwater Video (BRUV) for Monitoring Pelagic and Nocturnal Marine Species. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering 8(3), 2020, p.208.

‘Xirasia’, 2023

Emilija Škarnulytė

Season 05 Episode 10

01/12 - 08/12 2023

Almagro Basch, Martín. “El hallazgo de la Ría de Huelva y el final de la Edad del Bronce en el Occidente de Europa.” Gabinete de Antigüedades de la Real Academia de la Historia. [Previously published on: Ampurias 2, 1940, 85-143. (Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya)]. Anonymous artist, Depósito de la Ría de Huelva, c.1000 a.C., Museo Arqueológico Nacional. Arte Historia. Association for Early Career Women Archaeologists and Paleontologists [website]. Aunión, JA. “Discovery of Tartessian sculptures turns study of Iberian pre-Roman culture on its head.” ELPAÍS, April 19, 2023. Carvajal Jiménez, Ana. “La Atlántida en Doñana, España.” Andalucía en el Mundo, November 17, 2021. Cuarto Milenio [TV program] “El investigador Manuel Cuevas tiene pruebas de la existencia de la Atlántida.” cuatro.com, December 7, 2015. Cuevas Barba, Manuel. “La Atlántida,el final de la leyenda” [youtube], July 11 2018. Cuevas, Manuel. “Manuel Cuevas, el empresario de Huelva investiga la Atlántida.” Andalucía en el Mundo, November 5, 2022. Gimbutas, Marija. The Goddesses and Gods of Old Europe: Myths and Cult Images. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2007. Gimbutas, Marija. The Living Goddesses. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001. Instituto Andaluz del Patrimonio Histórico (IAPH), Centro de Arqueología Subacuática [articles published by institution, Academia.edu] Lozano, Claudio. “Atlántida. Huelva. Arqueólogo Claudio Lozano” [youtube], 2021. Lozano, Claudio; National Geographic. “Tartessos: la civilización perdida” 2022 [trailer], National Geographic. Magaña, M. “Arqueólogo Michael Donnellan demostraría donde está sumergida la Atlántida,” La Verdad Noticias, October 25, 2021. Martín, Asunción. “Depósito de la ría de Huelva. Tesoro a tesoro: descúbrelos.” Museo Arqueológico Nacional, Madrid, February 2011 Mederos Martín, Alfredo. “Las espadas de tipo Huelva y los inicios de la presencia fenicia en occidente durante el bronce final IIC-IIIA 1150-950 AC.” CuPAUAM 34, 2008, pp. 41-75. Miguel Naranjo, Pedro; and García Huerta, María del Rosario. “Entre la Tierra y el Cielo: aproximación a la iconografía y simbolismo de las aves en el mundo tartésico y fenicio-púnico en la Península Ibérica.” Vínculos de Historia, núm. 11 (2022), 260, pp. 260-279. Museo Arqueológico Nacional. Tesoro de Aliseda (Cáceres) Tesoros singulares. February, 2018. Naranjo, Pedro Miguel; and García Huerta, Mª del Rosario. “Entre la Tierra y el Cielo: aproximación a la iconografía y simbolismo de las aves en el mundo tartésico y fenicio-púnico en la Península Ibérica.” Vínculos de Historia, núm. 11 (2022) 260, pp. 260-279. National Geographic, “Finding Atlantis” TOP BOX TV, 2019 [trailer]. NBC News. “Lost city of Atlantis believed to be found off Spain,” NBC News, March 14, 2011. Oria, Mercedes. “Mujeres en los márgenes. Enterramientos femeninos humildes en la necrópolis portuaria de Hispali”s in Conditio feminae. Imágenes de la realidad femenina en el mundo romano. Barcelona: Quasar, 2023, pp.473-498 “Proposición de Ley para el reconocimiento de personalidad jurídica de Doñana y su entorno de protección,” 122/000325. Presentada por el Grupo Parlamentario Confederal de Unidas Podemos-En Comú Podem-Galicia en Común. Boletín oficial de las Cortes Generales, Congreso de los diputados, XIV Legislatura. 12 de mayo de 2023 Núm. 352-1. Proyecto Hinojos, Universidad de Huelva, CSIC [website]. Rincon, Paul. “Satellite images ‘show Atlantis.” BBC News, Sunday, 6 June, 2004. Rodríguez González, Esther; and García Cardiel, Jorge. “Between the Mediterranean and the Atlantic: nautical iconography in the south-west Iberian Peninsula,” International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, 2020. Rodríguez González, Esther [Articles, CSIC, Academia.edu]. Rodríguez González, Esther. “El santuario de Cancho Roano C: un espacio consagrado a Baal y Astarté,” Ophiussa, 2019. Rodríguez González, Esther. “Lost Landscape: A Combination of LiDAR and APSFR Data to Locate and Contextualize Archaeological in River Environments,” Remote Sensing, 2021. T.A. Mariló. “2,500-year-old city buried under flood sediment may belong to a lost civilization in Spain,” Ancient Origin, September 8, 2015. Terrero, José. “Armas y objetos de bronce extraídos en los dragados del Puerto de Huelva.” Clásicos de la arqueología de Huelva. Nº. 3, 1990, pp. 9-54. The Institute of Archaeomythology [website]. Valenzuela, Alfredo. “Un investigador descubre una supuesta ciudad sepultada junto a la desembocadura del Guadalquivir.” RTVE, September 9, 2015. Vargas Girón, J. M. (2020), “Ofrendas de carácter pesquero en santuarios litorales: el caso de La Algaida (Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Cádiz)”, Spal. Revista de Prehistoria y Arqueología, 29 2, pp.235-257. “Yacimientos arqueológicos, leyenda, cauce fluvial (Río Guadalquivir),” Normas Subsidiarias del Planeamiento Municipal Puebla del Río, Diputación de Sevilla.

‘nesting,’ 2023

Fana Fraser

Season 05 Episode 11

21/12 - 05/01 2024

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