A line in the Sand: Sea level as a territorial apparatus in a vertically relative world 11 November 2020, 1.00pm… Read more I’ll be discussing Sea level politics @ School of Geography, Geology and the Environment | University of Leicester
Organizers: Casey R. Lynch (University of Nevada, Reno) and Katherine G. Sammler (Helmholtz Institute for Functional Marine Biodiversity) Given the… Read more AAG 2021 CFP: Spatializing ‘Intelligence’ (virtual session)
I will be presenting on my new publication in Territory, Politics, Governance, at Moss Landing Marine Lab. Thursday, March 5th,… Read more The politics of sea level rise – Moss Landing Marine Laboratories
April 24th, I will be giving a talk on some new research, titled “An intimate space: gravity, waste and the… Read more The Discard Studies Collaborative Conference
Check out another installment of “What is Deep Sea Mining” created by inhabitants (inhabitants-tv.org/). Exploring contentions definitions of a new… Read more What is Deep Sea Mining? Episode 4: A Deep Sea Mining Glossary
Braverman, I. and Johnson, E., editors (2020). Blue Legalities: The Law and Life of the Sea. Duke University Press, Durham,… Read more Blue Legalities is now available!
Thinking with Portals AAG 2020 Denver CFP Dr. Katherine Sammler (CSU Maritime) & Dr. Lily House-Peters (CSU Long Beach) This… Read more Thinking with Portals | AAG 2020 Denver CFP
Such a great session! I am very grateful to be included. Come on by. Sat, September 7, 9:45 to 11:15am,… Read more 4S Annual Meeting: Mediated Seas, Elemental Oceans
“The rising politics of sea level: demarcating territory in a vertically relative world” in Territory, Politics, Governance. Check it out… Read more I have a new article out! It’s got fractals, banana holes, entangled phenomena.
“Not a minute too early, the ‘blue turn’ finally takes pride of place in legal thinking. Blue Legalities balances the… Read more Duke University Press – Blue Legalities