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Thom van Dooren @thomvandooren Blue Mountains, Australia

Field philosopher and writer on extinction/conservation. A/Prof @USydSOPHI / @SEI_Sydney and Prof II @envhum, Oslo. Books: Flight Ways and The Wake of Crows.

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Joined Twitter 11/1/11


The new issue of Environmental Humanities (volume 13, issue 1) with @DukePress is out now! As always, our articles… https://t.co/pkLRmN1vcO
Retweeted by Thom van Dooren @EnvHumanities @DukePress Another incredible issue of @EnvHumanities. So much good stuff in here!This is terrific opportunity with a wide variety of possible applicant strengths including Indigenous history, gend… https://t.co/c9iO46nm2r
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5/20
2021
Here's a short clip from our video with @FacultiNet on more-than-human histories. Great as always to work with… https://t.co/iQCb7PbYWg
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5/14
2021
Great to be part of this excellent special issue of @AHSjournal on water in Australian cities. Article co-authored… https://t.co/1bWYH3h3tG
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5/11
2021
My review of “Eating Chilli crab in the anthropocene” is here. The essay collection is wonderfully edited by… https://t.co/gbgndmZBKf
Retweeted by Thom van DoorenThe mountain ash eucalypt, regent honeyeaters & potoroos are all vanishing at an astonishing rate, alongside countl… https://t.co/XzCoV8Xs0r
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5/4
2021
Final week to apply for our PhD scholarship on climate imaginaries! https://t.co/AB6ZAFLg1y
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4/26
2021
Help us get the word out about this post-doc? @KTHEnvHumsLab @CarsonCenter @DollyJorgensen @thomvandoorenhttps://t.co/RSqKc7rpO1
Retweeted by Thom van DoorenI wrote this blog about wetlands for @UWAPress! I haven't been able to be involved in #EHW2021 much due to teachin… https://t.co/nYA1VpxDTU
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4/23
2021
New on Plumwood Mountain today: An Endangered Menagerie. A stunning collection of poems and personal essays respond… https://t.co/JZZJfTHqo2
Retweeted by Thom van Dooren‘How are we to make sense of loss and endangerment on this scale? Of the incredible diversity of living beings whos… https://t.co/tbyiEILwIR
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4/12
2021
"Although wild nature is not necessary for human survival, it is necessary for human dignity." Fascinating article… https://t.co/dSv8uiTe36
4/2
2021
Environmental Humanities is looking for new Associate Editors to add to our team! The announcement text is availab… https://t.co/VpMD3F6TxY
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4/1
2021
@thomvandooren offered us the chance to walk in a snail's shell for Project 36 #doitaustralia. Now he & sound artis… https://t.co/0QwNgBbl2I
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3/29
2021
Professor @elspethprobyn giving the inaugural Paul Priday lecture, in her element talking about the ocean. https://t.co/JLyFKsP1BL
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3/27
2021
SEI is proud to support @Sydney_Arch's upcoming 'Architecture of Multispecies Cohabitation' exhibition on the possi… https://t.co/6hrHVVUGUF
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3/25
2021
@DollyJorgensen Thanks Dolly. It was lovely speaking with you all. I'm really enjoying "Recovering Lost Species in the Modern Age" too!
3/24
2021
> @Zoe_Sadokierski and I will be giving a short talk at 5pm on Monday 29th of March contextualising this exhibition… https://t.co/zNo3PcNT54
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3/20
2021
Would you like to do a PhD on the culture of drought? @kt_holmes38 is offering a great opportunity @latrobe Melbour… https://t.co/wZi1JCXuPw
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3/18
2021
The @UrbanFieldNats guide to Lesser-Known Pollinators is on @utslibrary. Further #AugmentedReality interventions wi… https://t.co/3gRCXb5u2m
Retweeted by Thom van DoorenHow exciting (for those in Sydney)! "The Urban Field Naturalists' Guide to Lesser-Known Pollinators" - exhibition o… https://t.co/5r9Fzl2gdk
3/17
2021
I am enraged. This is at least the third woman leader in recent times who has fallen on her sword (undoubtedly push… https://t.co/t7DF9QuMRQ
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3/11
2021
Working on human-wildlife #coexistence and #interaction? There is still time to contribute to this article collect… https://t.co/BujSAYLXPq
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3/5
2021
Learn to go slow while talking about animal attachment on @fbiradio interviewing our @thomvandoorenhttps://t.co/dLEdyTPrdi
Retweeted by Thom van DoorenIt's out! After everything that happened in 2020, I was struggling to interact with the outside world again Then I… https://t.co/O8kaiMbpj9
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3/4
2021
"What does it mean to care for species as their recovery becomes a less and less realistic prospect? How does this… https://t.co/6uGy9y6SZU
Retweeted by Thom van DoorenComing up: The 2nd int'l Temporal Belongings conference (15 - 17 March) will bring together researchers and practit… https://t.co/EIiUgHI5WK
Retweeted by Thom van DoorenHope some of our #envhum friends in Australia can join us for this one. It starts at 8pm in Sydney. Pass it on to o… https://t.co/1VQMjS0ZQI
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2/25
2021
🎧 SEI researcher @thomvandooren and audio program maker Jane Ulman have produced an audio documentary on the story… https://t.co/M4oYK55z2n
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2/24
2021
We've just launched a new audio documentary on "The disappearing voice of the forest: Snail stories from Hawai’i".… https://t.co/CIgifAbDAy @pomacea Thanks Ken!
2/23
2021
@lhsideris Thanks Lisa. Lovely to see you there.
2/21
2021
CALL for APPLICATIONS to 2nd Edition of International Summer School! 🐾 With @thomvandooren , Lindsay Hamilton, Pier… https://t.co/Ct0u2P8t47
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2/19
2021
What does it mean to care in a time of extinction? SEI's @thomvandooren, @Sophie_MH_Chao & @danycelermajer have con… https://t.co/fDkR1N8Xo4
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2/12
2021
“I don’t know when it was that I first became aware that crows were watching me. Or rather, that as I watched them… https://t.co/l7przL47C2
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2/8
2021
"Keeping thousands of captive snails healthy in the lab is a detailed, time-consuming work of care." @thomvandoorenhttps://t.co/vflfCJQdc9
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2/5
2021
A beautiful, thought provoking, new article by @jamieyingwang on "The Sprouting Farms: You Are What You Grow", just… https://t.co/IDkv6xP5GT
2/4
2021
Do you ever stop to think about the plants and animals right in your own backyard? Dr John Martin introduces us to… https://t.co/hVldxkdgXC
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1/31
2021
Thanks to all the contributors and the fabulous @culanth team for making this publication possible @metaleptichttps://t.co/0VK9evJWVY
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1/27
2021
Very excited for this great upcoming @ISSRNC conference and the keynote talks from @LethaboKing and @thomvandoorenhttps://t.co/zTO1c8aYe4
Retweeted by Thom van DoorenWe're excited to have @thomvandooren as a keynote speaker for our 2021 ISSRNC online conference. His talk is titled… https://t.co/maf2o3dl33
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1/23
2021
Please join us for this online lecture series on different versions of the Anthropocene. Starting in February, ever… https://t.co/Rs4isSdbSs
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1/20
2021
Friday 4.00 pm @ Paddington Reservoir, join @thomvandooren, @Sophie_MH_Chao, Joshua Lobb, Peter Minter and Dalia Na… https://t.co/bD2QtVPlwL
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1/19
2020
Coming up in two weeks on Monday January 11, 2021, Jamie Lorimer will be joining the Greenhouse #envhum book talks… https://t.co/obZ7u6hDtz
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12/28
2020
Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Environmental Humanities at The Saxo Institute, Faculty of Humanities, Copenhag… https://t.co/CVSrIhppr5
Retweeted by Thom van DoorenIt’s up! Share it around https://t.co/OkPZpu11wg
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12/19
2020
Congratulations! That's great news. https://t.co/TcHxp8smff
12/16
2020
Fantastic news! Congratulations Dany. Looking forward to future collaborations :) https://t.co/uuasDDjrni
12/15
2020
@_GeorgeHolmes @LeverhulmeTrust @UniversityLeeds Sounds fantastic. Best of luck with it!
12/14
2020
“This is the kind of book that stays with you.” FOOTPRINTS is a @nytimes best climate book of 2020!! 😬 https://t.co/d3G1ucCiZl
Retweeted by Thom van DoorenIm sure it would be amazing to many cultures past & present that westerners have lack of basic literacy around sols… https://t.co/GC8MIe4SDt
Retweeted by Thom van DoorenExpressive and all different - Facial recognition software for pigs. The face is not anymore "what forbids us to ki… https://t.co/ycu2GXGcV3
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12/11
2020
Congratulations Tiff! https://t.co/6yZ2meAT0YCongratulations all! Such great news. https://t.co/I3hHpOU9OtWe're delighted to announce Professor Jennifer Gabrys (@PlanetaryPraxis // @Citizen_Sense) and Professor Etienne Be… https://t.co/V4pTwu7jIJ
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12/10
2020
Very excited that this book will be out in 2021! Many thanks to @ABerzanskis and everyone at @UWAPress for their on… https://t.co/eI9yLBm3WC
Retweeted by Thom van DoorenThere are a couple of days left to participate in our survey. See tweet below. https://t.co/xEU0CBhiKn
Retweeted by Thom van DoorenHere’s a taste of this fantastic 7-min story, beautifully shot & narrated. We encourage you to watch the full video… https://t.co/em8rh60zsG
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12/8
2020
Brilliant :) https://t.co/zRj271V2b0
12/7
2020
New paper out today! Checkpoint dogs: Photovoicing canine companionship in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.… https://t.co/vxGMlZS50v
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12/2
2020
We're looking for a talented PhD candidate to work with us at @Sydney_Uni on the project "Voices from Bushfire-Affe… https://t.co/ovDRPVThVqA fascinating story. https://t.co/MleV12nvb4Just a few hours now until Killian Quigley presents ‘An Encrusting Ocean’, the Inaugural Postdoctoral Fellowship Le… https://t.co/x9OrAhP0Ey
12/1
2020
How has bushfire impacted you or your community? SEI researchers @thomvandooren and Ruth Barcan from @UsydSOPHI are… https://t.co/XXmzuJw4S0
Retweeted by Thom van DoorenI'm delighted to be part of this new Australian bushfire stories project with my colleagues at @Sydney_Unihttps://t.co/CG3jzUN6NoPhD on multispecies justice at Sydney. Fee waiver for international applicants. These are fun people. Really, the p… https://t.co/FPte1sYHgG
Retweeted by Thom van DoorenReally looking forward to starting this up in 2021! https://t.co/JKfzGpyiiR
11/30
2020
When it comes to climate action, Australia’s lack of climate policy has become an international embarrassment - r… https://t.co/m6tyTNyqGB
Retweeted by Thom van Dooren @annegalloway My more immediate question is, how do I join your lab? :)
11/28
2020
New #AAHFellow Hans Pols (@HansPols3) - historian of science and medicine in Indonesia; development of global psych… https://t.co/PON2Xa2Y9I
Retweeted by Thom van DoorenNew #AAHFellow Kane Race (@kanerace ) - expert in cultural studies of sexuality; interactions between stigmatised b… https://t.co/gnrX1t7cR9
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11/27
2020
More-than-human methods and #urban precarity: our PhD scholar @SnehaGutgutia will be speaking on how nonhumans co-c… https://t.co/NWoCIvPge2
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11/26
2020
Looks like a fantastic new project! https://t.co/puYZe576tPCongratulations Kane! https://t.co/tnjgFHUvaD
11/25
2020
@HumanitiesAU @ProfLesleyHead @unimelb Congratulations Lesley! That's fantastic news.
11/24
2020
Interested to learn how snails and people form multispecies solidarity to conserve biological-cultural heritage? Cu… https://t.co/iovY2CzJ58
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11/23
2020
Reconnecting with nature due to the #pandemic in Santa Fe, USA Paco and Juanita by Daniel Milnor ...The next four… https://t.co/ezEcKEjOQo
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11/22
2020
@hkopnina You too!How song sparrows use modulate their singing to escalate or deescalate conflicts with neighbours. If only I had the… https://t.co/aFPjEFP7cX
11/19
2020
#envhum position @UniOulu, Finland https://t.co/kv0rHH7nsl
Retweeted by Thom van DoorenAn interdisciplinary treat looking at law and extinction: Glenn Albrecht, Lesley Hughes, @AndyPurvisNHM,… https://t.co/owjsiNmvG8
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11/18
2020
PODCAST: Is #extinction bad? Field philosopher @thomvandooren talks to @njenfield about species extinctions and hum… https://t.co/UWLXTCbVwp
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11/17
2020
@gavinmlamb @BloomsburyLing @BloomsburyAcad Congratulations Gavin! Sounds fantastic. Best of luck.
11/16
2020
We're looking for submissions to our special issue of Wetlands Ecology and Management on wetlands in drylands inclu… https://t.co/yZ458c5kut
Retweeted by Thom van Dooren @elspethprobyn We've missed you ;)Congratulations Duncan. Looks great! https://t.co/qhr7CZFDs3“Learning how [ibis] are adapting to and exploiting cities informs how we can enhance wildlife diversity in our cit… https://t.co/VItUe1c2ZT
Retweeted by Thom van DoorenFabulous EH Phd opportunity with a project on community bushfire stories https://t.co/cUoUjDllXA
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11/13
2020
This looks like an interesting opportunity for a PhD in environmental humanities! https://t.co/A3lhyDvfst
Retweeted by Thom van DoorenNew PhD scholarship opportunity! We're looking for a talented emerging scholar wanting to work on boys, boyhood, or… https://t.co/uIQvHySf3j
Retweeted by Thom van DoorenReally looking forward to this discussion! https://t.co/0fTR0HPYpWWe're looking for a talented student to work with us on a PhD on community bushfire stories at @ArtSS_Sydney. Worki… https://t.co/VYLkzNYYKkWe are pleased to announce a new PhD scholarship opportunity! Join our #MultispeciesJustice Collective alongside le… https://t.co/oSsNoXwn7p
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11/11
2020
"the real message of this election is... that a weak and untalented politician lost, while the rest of his party ha… https://t.co/pRMyc0PJAN⬇️⬇️⬇️ https://t.co/kZuDRwfbkN
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11/6
2020
@GrrlScientist @jack @Twitter @TwitterSupport Congratulations! Great news.
11/5
2020
Examining globalization, colonization, urbanization and climate change, THE WAKE of CROWS (@ColumbiaUP) explores th… https://t.co/MMZ2ZwMjf4
Retweeted by Thom van DoorenMeet the Australian Raven, it looks like a ‘crow’ Read our Guide To Crow Appreciation, one of our Resources You’l… https://t.co/rlI02xnVQc
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11/4
2020

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