‘Inhuman Memory: Race and Ecology across Timescales’ conference
You are invited to the re-scheduled conference ‘Inhuman Memory: Race and Ecology across Timescales’ led by LAHP student Anna Crips and LAHP alumna Clara de Massol de Rebetz, taking place at the Anatomy Museum at King’s College London on the 26th April 2022.
With a keynote by Professor Kathryn Yusoff, this one-day conference will explore the intersection of race and ecology to offer alternatives to the systematic and historical exploitation of colonial and capitalist politics.
If you wish to attend in person, you can book your place here. The conference infers a fee (which covers lunch, coffee breaks and drinks). However, we are aware that due to recent industrial actions, the pandemic and the increasing costs of living, attending an academic conference with a fee attached to it might not be possible. We encourage those who need it to choose ‘other’ at point of booking tickets for a free place.
Due to covid restrictions at KCL, places at the venue are limited. We will close the booking page when places have been filled. However, we will be streaming the event online, where audience numbers are unlimited. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place and we will provide you with a link closer to the day.