Discussing Bruno Latour’s Gaian Political Theology

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  1. bonnittaroy says:

    Starting this Sunday (April 21) The Magellan Courses ( http://magellancourses.org/bruno-latour-gifford-lectures-2013/ ) is beginning an 8-week community on-line course on Latour’s Gifford Lectures. I am inviting both of you to be guest hosts on our weekly conference calls. You can access the conference call info here

    http://magellancourses.org/concall-resources/

    We will be meeting on Sundays, 8 am Pacific, 11 am Eastern, 6 pm CET.
    Or join our conversation on our facebook group

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/325020080855594/

  2. Glisten says:

    Just listened to the first lecture, I like that Latour is suggesting a table of comparative terminology, this is in alignment with an idea I had a few of years ago for a “comparative analogy” project, looking forward to listening to the rest of the series. I do hope you fellows will join our discussions with Bonnitta Roy 🙂

  3. olivingston says:

    Great discussion, with discernment. We are the eyes, ears, the organs of the earth.

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