Ecologies of Memory

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Climate Change and the Art of Memory: Mike Hulme

Climate Change and the Art of Memory: Mike Hulme

Mike Hulme, Professor of Climate Change and Culture at King’s College London, discusses the intimate relationship between climate, weather and humans at the Memory Network's 'Climate Change and the Art of Memory' at the Cheltenham Literature Festival 2013. Click here to read Sebastian Groes's report from the event. Click here to watch Hulme and the other panellists discuss their work
‘The Unbearable Lightness of Being Green’: Climate Change and the Art of Memory

‘The Unbearable Lightness of Being Green’: Climate Change and the Art of Memory

Sebastian Groes Proleptic Mourning: an introduction to the art of climate change The topics of the first two ‘Memory Network @ Cheltenham Events’ proved a tad depressing. The first event explored the ineradicable digital traces we leave behind after we die, and the second discussed our increasingly chaotic, uncontrollable world in which memory is less and less useful in predicting our…