The ISEE is holding two sessions at the upcoming 2013 Pacific Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association (APA) that will be held in San Francisco, CA, USA from Wednesday, March 27th to Sunday, March 31st. This year’s sessions look to be exemplary. We hope to see everyone there!
Wednesday, March 27, 6-9 pm.
Session I: Partialisms: Place, Process, and Knowledge
- Lorraine Code, York University (Toronto, Canada), “Ecological Responsibility, Advocacy, and Care”
- William Edelglass, Marboro College, “Seasonal Change: Understanding the Importance of Time in Places”
- Kathryn Ross Wayne, Western Washington University, “Freire, Bateson, Basso, and the Nature of Place”
- Jack Isherwood, University of Western Sydney (Australia), “Public Reason and Environmental Claim-Making”
- Nathan Draluck, University of South Florida, “An Ecophenomenological Approach to Climate Change”
Saturday, March 30, 6-9 pm.
Session II: Critical Concepts in Environmental Axiology
- Anthony Chackal, University of Georgia, “Toward a Critical Aesthetics of Nature”
- Adam Pérou Hermans, Alex Lee, and Benjamin Hale, University of Colorado at Boulder, “Wildness Without Naturalness: Expanding Environmental Focus in the Anthropocene”
- Kenneth Shockley, State University of New York at Buffalo, “The Environmental Moral Problem and What to Do about It
- Don Maier, Independent Scholar, and Jeffrey Lockwood, University of Wyoming, “Conservation as Picking up Trash in Nature: A Debate”