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Conference | Post-Imperial Oceanics

4 – 5 November 2020

Online

Despite the recognition of human reliance on the World Ocean as a biogeophysical unit, we continue to live in a world of oceanic fragments carrying legacies of past and present imperial processes. This online conference on ‘Post-Imperial Oceans’ links questions concerning imperial processes across the oceans of the world, and the world ocean as a whole. A set of scholars think with the tensions between the surface and the submarine, through their specific concerns, about post-imperial oceanics today.


For more details, see: https://southasia.berkeley.edu/post-imperial-oceanics-0


Sponsored by the Institute for South Asia Studies & the Department of Geography at UC Berkeley and the Oceanic Humanities for the Global South, WiSER, University of the Witwatersrand.







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Despite the recognition of human reliance on the World Ocean as a biogeophysical unit, we continue to live in a world of oceanic fragments carrying legacies of past and present imperial processes. This online conference on ‘Post-Imperial Oceans’ links questions concerning imperial processes across the oceans of the world, and the world ocean as a whole. A set of scholars think with the tensions between the surface and the submarine, through their specific concerns, about post-imperial oceanics today.


For more details, see: https://southasia.berkeley.edu/post-imperial-oceanics-0


Sponsored by the Institute for South Asia Studies & the Department of Geography at UC Berkeley and the Oceanic Humanities for the Global South, WiSER, University of the Witwatersrand.







Post-Imperial Oceanics conference_poster
.pdf
Download PDF • 101KB

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