Texts of Repair

       In addition to the artists research program Ways of Repair : Loss and Damage will commission critical thinkers from the arts and humanities to explore different perspectives, aesthetic explorations, knowledges and lived experiences of the climate crisis in relation to Loss and Damage. The commissioned texts are intended to provide conceptual frameworks and critical links between the Loss and Damage discourse and themes already being widely explored within the arts and humanities in response to the combined climate, human rights, and environmental crisis, and the drive towards decolonization.

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Texts of Repair

       In addition to the artists research program Ways of Repair : Loss and Damage will commission critical thinkers from the arts and humanities to explore different perspectives, aesthetic explorations, knowledges and lived experiences of the climate crisis in relation to Loss and Damage. The commissioned texts are intended to provide conceptual frameworks and critical links between the Loss and Damage discourse and themes already being widely explored within the arts and humanities in response to the combined climate, human rights, and environmental crisis, and the drive towards decolonization.

       Please signup to our mailing list for updates on how to attend, the theme of the workshop, and what speakers will be present.












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For example, an art historian and cultural critic looking at how artists are already exploring solutions to the loss and damage caused by the climate crisis
For example, a writer probing the nature of national and personal identity in relation to climate induced displacement and the loss and damage caused by the climate crisis.
For example, a professor of Critical Race and Indigenous Studies exploring how Indigenous social thought can be engaged to create more fair and just loss and damage policy, more meaningful social movements, and robust approaches to decolonization.