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University of Oregon

19-22 June, 2008

 
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Program

A PDF file of the program may be downloaded here: http://www.uoregon.edu/~toadvine/TTN/TTN%20Program.pdf

 
 
 
THURSDAY, JUNE 19TH


 
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.                 Registration and Book Exhibit — 127 Chiles


12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Session I: Workshops

111 Lillis  Ecopedagogy: Cultivating Environmental Discourse
Moderator: Rose Pass, Liberal Arts & International Studies, Colorado School of
Mines

Toni Lefton, Liberal Arts & International Studies, Colorado School of Mines
Sue Tyburski, Liberal Arts & International Studies, Colorado School of Mines
Sandy Woodson, Liberal Arts & International Studies, Colorado School of Mines

112 Lillis Near Food
Moderator: Leslie Ryan, Landscape Architecture, University of Oregon



Leslie Ryan, Landscape Architecture, University of Oregon


Geraldine Moreno-Black, Anthropology, University of Oregon


David Richey, Lane County Council of Governments, Oregon

125 Chiles Field Studies for Change: Teaching Students For, Instead of About, the Environment
Moderator: Corey Lewis, English, Humboldt State University

Bill Morris, English, Humboldt State University
Nick Sky, Forestry, Humboldt State University
Joseph Greever, English, Humboldt State University
Amanda Carter, English, Humboldt State University

128 Chiles Sustainability on Campus
Moderator: Steve Mital, Sustainability Coordinator, University of Oregon

Greenhouse Gas Reduction Strategy for the University of Oregon

James Krumsick, Electrical Engineer, Paradigm Engineering

CFLs, RECs and GPAs: Sustainability on a Student’s Schedule
Laura Rost, Development and Outreach Assistant, WaterWatch of Oregon & Executive Assistant, Oregon Environmental Council

Green High Performance Schools
Joe Rasmussen, California Integrated Waste Management Board, Long Beach City College, and Rio Hondo College

2:15 p.m. – 4:45 p.m. Movie Premiere — 180 Prince Lucien Campbell Hall

Conservation Biology & Animal Rights - An All-Inclusive Ethic
Michael Tobias, President, Dancing Star Foundation

Premier of Hotspots, directed by Michael Tobias

5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Keynote Address — Gerlinger Lounge
Moderator: Janet Fiskio, Environmental Studies & English, University of Oregon

Reconciliation Ecology: Ethical and Philosophical Issues with the Conservation and Use of Biodiversity

GARY PAUL NABHAN
Distinguished Professor, Southwest Center and Department of Geography, University of Arizona

6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Welcome Reception — Gerlinger Lounge


 
FRIDAY, JUNE 20TH


 
9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.                      Registration & Book Exhibit — 127 Chiles


9:00 a.m – 10:30 a.m.                             Session II
128 Chiles Environmental Ethics and Politics Without Nature
Moderator: Jacob Metcalf, Philosophy, University of California, Santa Cruz

Multiple Natures, Multiple Agencies: The Importance of Post-humanism for Post-environmentalism
Jacob Metcalf, Philosophy, University of California, Santa Cruz

Voices From a Neotropical Swamp
Eben Kirksey, History of Consciousness, University of California, Santa Cruz

Postorganicism: Or the cultural logic of early environmentalism
Timothy Morton, English, University of California, Davis

111 Lillis Identity and Place-Making
Moderator: Jill Jakimetz, Environmental Studies, University of Oregon

The Face of Nature: John Clare's Reply to John Locke
 
Frank M. Coleman, Independent Scholar 

Toponymy and Epistemology: What Traditional Ecological Knowledge can Contribute to Environmental Philosophy

Jonathan Parker, Philosophy and Religion Studies, University of North Texas

112 Lillis Transcendence and Embodiment
Moderator: Theresa May, Theatre Arts, University of Oregon

Stewardship, Transcendence, and Immanence: Cosmologizing the Environment among a New Guinea People
Aletta Biersack, Anthropology, University of Oregon

Western Transcendence: Light Over the City Walls
Geoff Berry, Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies, Monash University

175 Lillis  Architectural Innovations and Conflicts
Moderator: Ihab Elzeyadi, Architecture, University of Oregon

Living Space: Sustaining Ourselves and the Earth Using Sunlight, Air and Water

Kevin Nute, Architecture, University of Oregon 

The Conflict of LEED: Ecology and Making in the Epoch of Technology
                        
Ron Jelaco, Architect, Seattle, WA

185 Lillis Nature and Transcendence: the Legacy of Plato, Part I
(Sponsored by the Society for Nature, Philosophy, and Religion)
Moderator: Bruce Foltz, Philosophy, Eckerd College

Socrates outside Athens: Phaedrus and the Possibility of Dialogue not only under but with Trees
Scott Cameron, Philosophy, Loyola Marymount University

Nature and the Analogical Imagination in Medieval Mysticism
Robert Dobie, Philosophy, LaSalle University

The Noetics of Nature
Bruce Foltz, Philosophy, Eckerd College

10:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.                  Session III

128 Chiles Encountering Art                        
Moderator: Anne Millhollen, Anthropology, University of Oregon

Ecological Citizenship and Environmental Art
                        
Jason Boaz Simus, Philosophy and Religion Studies, University of North Texas 

Art and the Land
                        
Steven Finke, Art, Northern Kentucky University 

Through the Eye of the Heart—In Search of a Deep Aesthetics
                        
Beth Carruthers, Independent Scholar

111 Lillis  Breaking through Philosophical Concepts for New Possibilities in Environmental Thinking
Moderator: Kenn Maly, Centre for Environment, University of Toronto 

Rethinking the Natural: Philosophy's Possibility
Kenn Maly, Centre for Environment, University of Toronto 

Re-visioning the Dynamic between Culture and Nature: A Case-Study in Engaged Environmental Philosophy

Sarah King, Centre for Environment, University of Toronto 

Constructing Goodness: Re-visioning Neo-Traditional Planning and Urban Environmental Ethics

Jacqueline To, Centre for Environment, University of Toronto

112 Lillis Ethics of Natural Systems: Microcosm and Macrocosm 
Moderator: Elena Cuffari, Philosophy, University of Oregon

The Balanced Brain: How Nature Reflects Our Inner Terrain
 
Phyllis Strupp, Independent Scholar

Cosmoecology as a framework to a holistic view in sciences and ethics

Malgorzata Kaczmarek, Philosophy, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan 

Toward an Environmental Philosophy of Resilience

Madronna Holden, Philosophy and Women's Studies, Oregon State University

175 Lillis Placeholders                        
Moderator: William Rossi, English, University of Oregon

Restoring Human-Nature: What Might People Gain from Participating in Ecological Restoration?

Paul Charpentier, Environmental Science, University of Idaho
                        
Re Root

Jolie B. Kaytes, Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, Washington State University
                        
Developing Nature along Dutch Rivers: Places or Non-places?
                        
Martin Drenthen, Philosophy, Radboud University Nijmegen

185 Lillis Nature and Transcendence: the Legacy of Plato, Part II
(Sponsored by the Society for Nature, Philosophy, and Religion)
Moderator: Bruce Foltz, Philosophy, Eckerd College

Plato, Heidegger, and the Question of Transcendence

John Kress, Philosophy, University of Tennessee

Immanence as the Gift of Radical Transcendence: Remarks on Plato and Schelling
Joe Lawrence, Philosophy, Holy Cross

Transcendence and Nature in Luther and Calvin: Developing the Possibilities

Sarah Fredericks, Philosophy and Religious Studies, University of North Texas

12:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.           Excursions

7:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Keynote Address — Lillis 282                                                
Moderator: David Wood, Philosophy, Vanderbilt University
                                                
Barbarism, Humanism and Democratic Ecology
                                                
JOHN LLEWELYN                                                
Emeritus Reader in Philosophy, Edinburgh University

 
SATURDAY, JUNE 21ST


 
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.                      Registration & Book Exhibit — 127 Chiles


9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.                            Session IV

128 Chiles  Ecocriticism: Mimesis, Materiality, Life
(Sponsored by the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment)
Moderator: Scott Knickerbocker, English & Environmental Studies, The College of Idaho 

Ecocriticism, Mimesis, and Aristotle

Robert Wess, English, Oregon State University 

A Dirty Material Turn: Ecocriticism, Science Studies, and the Case of Michael Heizer’s Nine Nevada Depressions
Nicole Merola, English, Rhode Island School of Design 

The Pine Island Paradox as Equipment for Living: Thinking through complex social-environmental decisions with the help of contemporary environmental literature

Brett Werner, Rhetoric and Scientific and Technical Communication, University of Minnesota Twin Cities

111 Lillis Heideggerian Contributions                        
Moderator: Emma Jones, Philosophy, University of Oregon                    

Environmental Problem-Solving & Heidegger's Phenomenology
                        
Sharon R. Harvey, Philosophy, Washington State University

Opening the Fourfold—Architecture and Environments                        
Randall Teal, Architecture and Interior Design, University of Idaho 

Architecture as Eco-poiesis

Michael Austin Lucas, Architecture, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

112 Lillis Bridging Science and Design/Planning
Moderator: Janet Fiskio, Environmental Studies & English, University of Oregon

Life and Complexity: Bridging Science and Design/Planning

Bob Mugerauer, Architecture & Urban Design and Planning, University of Washington

Building Dynamic Systems: A Direction for Urban Design to Promote Ecological Resilience
Kuei-Hsien Liao, Built Environment Program, University of Washington 

Cyborg Love: Enactivist Theory and Affirmative Post-Modernism

Joshua Miller, Built Environment Program, University of Washington

175 Lillis Alternatives to Estrangement from Nature: Narrative, Identity, Built Environment
Moderator: Eugenia Kroik, Art, University of Oregon  

Narrative and Nature: Sympathy with the Non-Human World
Brian Treanor, Philosophy, Loyola Marymount University 

Interpreting the Self through Nature: Environmental Identity-Sympathy or Estrangement
David Utsler, Independent Scholar

Alienation from Nature and the Built Environment
Steven Vogel, Philosophy, Denison University

185 Lillis Anthropocentrism and Environmental Justice
(Sponsored by the Society for Ecofeminism, Environmental Justice, and Social Ecology)
Moderator: Beckey Sukovaty, Philosophy, University of Oregon

Restoring Human-Centeredness to Environmental Conscience: The Ecocentrist's Dilemma, The Role of Heterocentric Anthropomorphizing, and the Significance of Social Justice for Ecological Feminism

Wendy Lynne Lee, Philosophy, Bloomsburg University 

Environmental Identity at the Divides of Centrism and Dualism: An Environmental Justice Denouncement of Anthropocentric/ Non-Anthropocentric Camps and Self/Other Struggles

Robert Melchior Figueroa, Philosophy, University of North Texas

Respondant:
Keith Peterson, Philosophy, Colby College

10:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.                  Session V

128 Chiles  Roots and Bones: Architecture and Environmental Ethics
Moderator: Kathleen Dean Moore, Philosophy, Oregon State University

Architecture Can (Still) Save the World
Craig Delancey, Philosophy, SUNY Oswego

Ethics and the Experience of Architecture
Erin E. Moore, Architecture, University of Oregon

The Roots are Burning: Architecture and an Ethic of Care
Kathleen Dean Moore, Philosophy, Oregon State University

111 Lillis Environmental Philosophy and Asian Traditions
Moderator: Zhang Er, Professor of Medical Ethics, The Evergreen State College

Earthed-experiences of Nature: Place and Nature in Indian Vedic and Puranic Thought

Meera Baindur, National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bangalore, India

Buddhism and Phenomenology: Prospects for Environmental Philosophy
Aaron Weiss, Asian & Comparative Studies, California Institute of Integral Studies 

Embodiment and Embodhiment: The Environmental Ethics of Mantra in Tantric Buddhism
Elizabeth McAnally, Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness Program, California Institute of Integral Studies

112 Lillis Ecocritical Innovations                        
Moderator: Kelly Sultzbach, English, University of Oregon

Nature As The Unconscious

Leonard Schwartz, Literary Arts, The Evergreen State College                         

The Green Ethics of Fantasy: An Ecocritical Approach to Fantastic Fiction

Tonia L. Payne, English, Nassau Community College-SUNY
                        
Her Vision, Her Voice: Sustainability in Leslie Marmon Silko's
Ceremony                        
Shari Childers, Arts & Humanities, The University of Texas at Dallas

175 Lillis Returning to Experience: Existentialism and Romanticism
Moderator: Sarah Adams, Philosophy, University of Oregon

If Sartre Met Gaia: Existentialism, Ecophenomenology, and Environmental Ethics
Matthew C. Ally, Philosophy, City University of New York/BMCC

Petrarch and Paul Celan on the Romantic Experience of Nature
J. Claude Evans, Philosophy, Washington University

185 Lillis Ethics and Spirituality in Ecofeminism and Ecomasculinism
(Sponsored by the Society for Ecofeminism, Environmental Justice, and Social Ecology)
Moderator: Mathew Foust, Philosophy, University of Oregon

Place and Relation: Towards an Inclusive Ecological Feminism
Lucy Schultz, Philosophy, University of Oregon 

Towards an Ecological Masculinism

Paul M. Pulé, Sustainability Researcher, Murdoch University

2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. SEEJSE Keynote Address — 282 Lillis
Sponsored by the Society for Ecofeminism, Environmental Justice, and Social Ecology
Moderator: Keith Peterson, Philosophy, Colby College 

Taking Empirical Data Seriously, Really!
 

KAREN WARREN
Professor of Philosophy, Macalester College

3:45 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.   Session VI

128 Chiles Ethical Inquiries: From Virtue to Regulation                        
Moderator: Gordon Sayre, English, University of Oregon

Environmental Ethics, Virtue Theory and Pessimism
Sheila Mason, Philosophy, Concordia University

Listening to the World: Repercussions of Aldo Leopold and Jean-Luc Nancy
Sam Mickey, Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness Program, California Institute of Integral Studies

A War of Musical Chairs: What Have We Done to Leopold’s Land Ethic? (And What Else Can We Do?)
Adam Novick, Environmental Studies, University of Oregon

111 Lillis Art Ecologies                        
Moderator: Jill Jakimetz, Environmental Studies, University of Oregon

Far Away Places
Carla Bengtson, Art, University of Oregon 

Notations from Nature
                        
Josh Jalbert, Artist 

On the Outskirts: The Development of a Prairie Dog Town

Paula Rebsom, Art, Marylhurst University

112 Lillis Into the Wild: Rethinking the Alterity of Animals and the Earth in Heidegger, Haraway, and Merleau-Ponty
Moderator: Sarah Adams, Philosophy, University of Oregon

The Logos of the Living: Towards a Fundamental Ontology of Animality

Josh Michael Hayes, Philosophy, Santa Clara University 

Knowledge as a Relational Skill: An Alternative Epistemological Approach to Other Animals
Lori Brown, Philosophy, University of Oregon 

Moles Agitat Mentem: Engaging the Alterity of the Wild

Kenneth Liberman, Sociology, University of Oregon

175 Lillis Ecotopia, Dystopia, and Apocalypse                        
Moderator: Shane Billings, English, University of Oregon
                        
Utopian Hermeneutics and Environmental Philosophy
                        
Larry A. Erickson, Philosophy, University of Kentucky 

The Green Wall: Nature as Oppositional Symbol and Operator in Yevgeny Zamyatin's Dystopian Frame

Piers H. G. Stephens, Philosophy of Science, Lyman Briggs College, Michigan State University

The Road at The End of the World
Kylie Crane, English, University of Erlangen

185 Lillis Control of Nature, Sustainability, and Intellectual Property
(Sponsored by the Society for Ecofeminism, Environmental Justice, and Social Ecology)
Moderator: Johanna Luttrell, Philosophy, University of Oregon

Ways of Being With, or Reconciling Environmental Justice and Nature Protection

Mark Woods, Philosophy, University of San Diego 

The Political Economy of Plant Patents: Piracy, Cultural Usurpation or Distributive Justice?

Tung-Yi Kho, Sociology, University of Oregon

7:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.  Keynote Address & Conference Banquet
Erb Memorial Union Ballroom

Moderator: Louise “Molly” Westling, English, University of Oregon 

When Species Meet: Attachment Sites for Out-of-Place Companions

DONNA HARAWAY
Professor, History of Consciousness, University of California, Santa Cruz

 
SUNDAY, JUNE 22ND


 
9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Registration & Book Exhibit — 127 Chiles


9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.     Session VII

128 Chiles Restoration Reconsidered                        
Moderator: Mark Woods, Philosophy, University of San Diego
                        
Restoration Ethics and Military-to-Wildlife Conversions
                        
Marion Hourdequin, Philosophy, Colorado College &
David Havlick, Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs 

The Disciplinary Boundaries of Nature in Ecological Restoration: (In)commensurability between Ecological Scientists' Nature and Social Critics' Nature?
                        
Yen-Chu Weng, Geography, University of Wisconsin, Madison
                        
A Multiple Vision on Ecological Restoration
F.W.J. Keulartz, Applied Philosophy, Wageningen University & Research Centre, The Netherlands

111 Lillis Envisioning Alternatives: From Popular Culture to Neo-Primitivism
Moderator: Debra Merskin, Journalism & Communication, University of Oregon

Environmental Ethics and Popular Culture in the 1980s: Famine Relief and Rain Forest Conservation
                        
Cheryl Lousley, English and Film Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University

Machinic Environmentalism
Andrew Lopez, Library and Information Studies, McGill University                        


Primitivism and its Modern Variations: John Zerzan, Mick Smith and Paul Shepard on the Challenge of Neo-Primitivism
                        
Richard Kover, Philosophy, Husserl - Archives, K.U. Leuven

112 Lillis  Eco-Politics Today
Moderator: Eric Luttrell, English, University of Oregon 

Can Ecocriticism Be Eco-Politics?

Shane Billings, English, University of Oregon 

Green Cultural Materialism and the Politics of Ecocriticism

Tristan Sipley, English, University of Oregon 

Deleuze and Guattari's Eco-Politics

Thomas Nail, Philosophy, University of Oregon

175 Lillis Healing with Nature                        
Moderator: Jason Schreiner, Philosophy, Oregon State University

Nature: The Natural Choice for Therapy within Post Conflict/ Reconstruction Settings

Tiffany Greene, The Gnome Project

Environmental Ayurvedics: Applying the Tri-Dosic theory to Earth Issues
Gantt Charping, Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness Program,The California Institute of Integral Studies

185 Lillis Environmental Aesthetics: Fashion, Literature, Nature
Moderator: Carolyn Culbertson, Philosophy, University of Oregon

Haute Couture and Environmental Couture: The End of Transcendence and the Opening of Ecological Aesthetics

Whitney A. Bauman, Forum On Religion and Ecology 

“The Still Unlovely Human Mind”: Environmental Aesthetics as Ecological Ethics in the Work of Edward Abbey and Barry Lopez
                        
Michael Emerson, Humanities/Communications, Northwestern Michigan College

Evaluating Positive Aesthetics
Ned Hettinger, Philosophy, College of Charleston

10:45 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. Session VIII

128 Chiles Responsibility After Humanism                        
Moderator: Elena Cuffari, Philosophy, University of Oregon

Elemental Politics? Hans Jonas and Jacques Derrida on Responsibility towards Nature
Susanna Lindberg, Philosophy, University of Helsinki 

Beyond Narcissistic Humanism: Imagining the Other, Valuing Difference

David Wood, Philosophy, Vanderbilt University

111 Lillis  Ecological Design: Conceptions of the Enterprise                        
Moderator: Aletta Biersack, Anthropology, University of Oregon 

Ecological vs ‘Environmental’—Or Are we Ready for the End of the Hubristic Tradition in Design?
                        
Cathleen Corlett, Landscape Architecture, University of Oregon
                        
The Force that Drives the Flower: Ecological Design for Outsiders

Robert Alcock, Forum for a Sustainable Zorrozaurre, Bilbao, Spain
                        
That Was the Past. It's Over Now
Nicolas Smith, Architect, Jackson, Wyoming 

112 Lillis Nature’s Value Revisited                        
Moderator: Wendy Lynne Lee, Philosophy, Bloomsburg University

Outline of an Ecocentric Decision Procedure
 
Edward R. Abplanalp, Philosophy, The University of Nebraska

Leaving Nature Alone: How Moral Justification can Harm Environmentalism
Justin Jeffrey, Philosophy, Duke University

Why Environmental Ethicists Should Give Up on the Concept of Value
Simon P. James, Philosophy, Durham University, UK

175 Lillis Ecophenomenological Investigations
Moderator: Thomas Nail, Philosophy, University of Oregon

Eco-Phenomenology and the Aesthetics of Wonder                         
Louise Economides, English, University of Montana

The Who of Environmental Ethics: A Philosophical Anthropology Underlying the Need to Pursue an Environmental Ethics

Charles S. Brown, Philosophy, Emporia State University

Ecological Communities that Bind (Obligate)
Adam Konopka, Philosophy, Fordham University

185 Lillis Revising, Resisting, and Retooling: Challenges to Dominant Environmentalism in Literature, Activism, and the Classroom
Moderator: Christina L. Nelson, Botanical Research Institute of Texas

Feminism, Veganism, Anti-Classism, and Anti-Racism: Theorizing Interlocking Oppressions from the Perspective of Resistance

Jen McWeeny, Philosophy, John Carroll University 

Ecofeminism and a Politics of Performative Affinity
Chaone Mallory, Philosophy, Villanova University 

Negotiating ‘Ecological Legitimacy’ in Literature, Activism, and the Classroom

Sarah Jaquette, Environmental Studies & English, University of Oregon

2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Session IX

128 Chiles Cross-Species Encounters in Art and Architecture
Moderator: Ryan Hediger, Writing and Rhetoric, University of Colorado, Boulder 

Iconic Comensalism: Public Transit and Endangered Species
Todd Gilens, Artist, Curator, and Landscape Architect, San Francisco

TBA
Janet Fiskio, Environmental Studies & English, University of Oregon

Ecology and the Architectural Imagination
Brook Muller, Architecture, University of Oregon

111 Lillis The Politics of Restoration and Conservation: Tensions and Strategies
Moderator: Adam DeHeer, Philosophy, University of Oregon

Collaborative Ecosystem Management and the Resolution of Environmental Value Conflicts: a case study of Shark Slough restoration in the Everglades
Kathryn Frank, City and Regional Planning Program, Georgia Institute of Technology  

Biodiversity and its Effect on Disappearing Polder Villages: Against the Rationalization of Nature Preservation

Glenn Deliège, Philosophy, Husserl-Archives Leuven 

112 Lillis  Indigenous Perspectives on Knowledge and Place
Moderator: Elizabeth Caldwell, Philosophy, University of Oregon

Presenting the Sacred in Place: On Native North American Sacred Lands and Places
Luan Fauteck Makes Marks, Advocacy for Native American Sacred Places 

Ways of Knowing, Ways of Being: Cultural Landscapes and Disjunctures between Western and Indigenous Knowledge Systems
Melissa F. Baird, Anthropology, University of Oregon 

Lumberjacks and Manoominikewag: Ethical Relations to the Earth in Indigenous and American Myths
Adam Arola, Philosophy, University of Oregon 

175 Lillis Theorizing Ecocriticism
Moderator: Rachel Ann Hanan, English, University of Oregon 

Life in Words: Identifying with Nature through Literature
 
Nathan Bell, Philosophy and Religion Studies, University of North Texas 

Ecocriticism and the Need to Build Bridges with the Scientific Disciplines

Melissa Sexton, English, University of Oregon 

We Have Always Been Posthuman: Jakob von Uexküll and Zoological Posthumanism
Michael Ziser, English, University of California, Davis

185 Lillis Space/Place in Design, Knowledge, and Rhetoric
Moderator: William Rossi, English, University of Oregon

Built Architecture as a Substrate for Sprouting Ecologies                        
Garian Cika, Architecture, University of Oregon

Dwelling on Thinking: Subjects and Environments in the Knowledge Economy 
Renée Valiquette, Social and Political Thought, York University

Spatial Rhetorics: Place as (Invisible) Persuader
Jodie Nicotra, English, University of Idaho &
Randy Teal, Architecture, University of Idaho

3:45 p.m. – 5:15 p.m. Session X

111 Lillis Sustainability, Daily Life, and the Biological Analogy 
Moderator: Christine Reynolds, Philosophy, University of Oregon  

Sustainability Then and Now: Transformation of Daily Life (in a German Town)
Hajo Neis, Director, Portland Architecture Programs, University of Oregon 

The Flexible Hybridity of Shop/houses: Expanding the Definition of Urban Ecology

Howard Davis, Architecture, University of Oregon 

The Architecture of Everyday Life: Toward an Ecology of Making
Michael Mehaffy, Executive Director, Sustasis Foundation, Portland, Oregon

112 Lillis  Marx's Politcal Ecology
Moderator: Paul Qualtere-Burcher, Philosophy, University of Oregon
                        
Burrowing at the Roots: Marx's Method of Radical Political Ecology

Jason Schreiner, Philosophy, Oregon State University
                        
Well Grubbed, Old Mole: Marx and Ecological Revolution
                        
John Bellamy Foster, Sociology, University of Oregon

185 Lillis Embodiment and Predation: The Ethics of Interspecies Relation
Moderator: Louise Westling, English, University of Oregon

Ethical Affordances for an Environmental Etiquette
Traci Warkentin, Environmental Studies, York University 

An Environmentalist's Lament of Predation
Ty Raterman, Philosophy, University of the Pacific

7:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.    Closing Keynote Address — 282 Lillis Hall
Moderator: Brook Muller, Architecture, University of Oregon

The Place of Architecture in Environmental Design

ALBERTO PÉREZ-GÓMEZ

Saidye Rosner Bronfman Professor of the History of Architecture, McGill University



 

updated 6/16/2008