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November 30–December 3, 1948: Technosphere Unbound. The crew of the good ship continent. continues its partnership with the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin.
January 3–6, American Philosophical Association Eastern Division Meeting. I will present a paper entitled “Medical Models of Reality Are Metaphysical Models: Opium Use in Early Modern China” at an International Society for Chinese Philosophy panel.
October 22–26, Anthropocene Campus Philadelphia. Scott Knowles of Drexel University has invited continent. to participate and generate materials with the participants of this multi-site, transdisciplinary meeting.
June 13–14, “The Publishing Sphere—Ecosystems of Contemporary Literatures,” at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin. The crew of the good ship continent. partners with Lionel Ruffel, Annette Gilbert, and Franziska Morlok.
May 12, “Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning’s Annual Conference on Scholarly Teaching” at Georgia State University. I will be discussing Atlanta as a site for critical reflection when teaching contemporary art.
April 24–30, Freies Theater Innsbruck. The good ship continent. will be publishing its findings from the April 2016 Technosphere x Knowledge events in collaboration with the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin.
April 7–8, “Maintainers II,” at Stevens Institute of Technology. The merry crew of the good ship continent. will be hosting a workshop on book repair as a mode of publication in order to celebrate the release of the new issue of continent. “r3pair volume.”
March 24–25, “The Aesthetics of Surveillance: German Perspectives,” at Vanderbilt University. Justin Joque and I discussed our NSA Bodhisattva Project.
February 3, “GSU Conference on Digital Literacy” at Georgia State University.
January 25–27, University of Chicago. I was invited to discuss my work with continent. with the Arts, Science & Culture Initiative.
January 4–7, American Philosophical Association Eastern Division Meeting. I presented my paper “Physiocracy, Laissez-faire, Wuwei 無為—Our Modern Dispositif,” at an International Society for Comparative Studies of Chinese and Western Philosophy panel.