AEGIS Publications 

Publications for AEGIS.

Recent Publications

  • Najdowski, R, & Palmer, D. (forthcoming 2023) ‘Speculative Visions: Machine Learning, Photography and the Climate Crisis’, The Climate Catastrophe: A Creative and Critical Survival Guide, London: Intellect, 2023 

  • Samartzis, P (2022) ‘Atmospheres and Disturbances: Mapping the eco-acoustics of Jungfraujoch’ for Sound in the construction of knowledge, practices and representations in the Alpine space, Editions Antipodes, Lausanne  

  • Samartzis, P (forthcoming 2022) ‘A Melting Landscape: Mapping the eco-acoustics of the Swiss Alps’ for The World We Want: Dystopian and Utopian Impulses in Art Making, Intellect, Bristol  

  • Samartzis, P (2022) ‘Wandering in Someone Else’s Garden’ for A Guide to Experimental Fieldwork for Future Ecologies, Onomatopee Projects, Eindhoven  

  • Tytler, C. (2022). We Found a Body: The Intrabody of Human, Technology, Narrative and Environment as Postqualitative Inquiry. Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 1-9.

  • McCracken, C (2021) ‘Dystopias for Discourse: the role of the artist in rapidly reconfiguring city’, Global Discourse: An interdisciplinary journal of current affairs, Volume 11, Numbers 1-2, February 2021, pp. 67-78.  

  • Williams, L (2021)     ‘Visualising Anthropocene Extinctions: Mapping Affect in the Works of Naeemeh Naeemaei’ Animal Studies Journal 10:2, 57-89. UN Sustainable Development Goals 11, 13, 15

  • Jones, O, Rigby, K. & Williams, L (2020)  ‘Everyday Ecocide, Toxic Dwelling, and the Inability to Mourn: A Speculative Response to Geographies of Extinction’ Environmental Humanities Duke University Press, 12:1, 388-405. UN Sustainable Development Goals 11, 12, 13

  • Williams, L (2019) ‘Deep time & myriad ecosystems: urban imaginaries and unstable planetary aesthetics’ The Aesthetics of the Undersea ‘Edited by Margaret Chen and Killian Quigley, Routledge, 167 – 179. UN Sustainable Development Goals 11, 13, 14

  • Williams, L (2018)     ‘Art and the Cultural Transmission of Globalization’  The Oxford Handbook of Global Studies Oxford University Press, 493-512. UN Sustainable Development Goals 10, 11, 13, 16

  • Duxbury, L. 2017. ‘I just had to do it’. In: Doctoral Research in Art, Australian Scholarly Publishing, Melbourne, Australia

  • Williams, L. (2017) ‘17th Century concepts of the nonhuman world – A nascent Romanticism?’ Green Letters (UK) Vol.21, Issue 2, 122-137. (ISSN Print: 1468-8417 Online: 2168-1414) UN Sustainable Development Goal 13

  • Williams, L (2016) ‘The Anthropocene & the Long 17th Century 1550-1750’ The Cultural History of Climate Change, Eds. Bristow, T. & Ford, T.  Routledge, London and New York, 87-107. (ISBN 978-1-138-83816-1) UN Sustainable Development Goals 11, 13

  • Hjorth, L; Pink, S; Sharp: K; Williams, L. (2016) Screen Ecologies: Art, Screen Culture and the Environment in the Asia-Pacific Region MIT Press, Boston Mass. UN Sustainable Development Goals 11, 13

  • Williams, L (2014) ‘Reconfiguring Place: Art and the Global Imaginary’ The SAGE Handbook of Globalization  Ed. M. Steger, P. Battersby, J. Siracusa, London, Sage Publications, 463-480.  (ISBN 9781446256220). UN Sustainable Development Goals 11, 13

  • Nankin, Harry (2013) ‘Minds in the Cave: Insects as Metaphors for Place and Loss’, Australasian Journal of Ecocriticism and Cultural Ecology (AJE). V 3, pp 1-15 

  • Duxbury, L. 2012, ‘Opening the Door: Portals to good supervision of creative practice-led research’. In: Supervising Practices for Postgraduate Research in Art, Architecture and Design, Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, pp. 15-23.

  • Duxbury, L 2012, ‘Breath-taking: creating artistic visualisations of atmospheric phenomena to evoke responses to climate change’, Local Global Journal, vol. 10, pp. 34-45.

  • Duxbury, L 2010, ‘A Change in the Climate: New interpretations and perceptions of climate change through artistic interventions and representations’, Weather, Climate and Society, vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 294-299.