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Honey Bee
Bees and humans are not merely two different animals in a relationship, but are mutually constituted—homo-apians, if you will—two species cooked together in the same modern pot. Understanding that humans and bees come into being together gives us different ways of approaching and comprehending the current conditions of the honeybee and its futures.

Jake Kosek argues that ultimately honeybees are both a constitutive part of modernity and a means of understanding its unraveling.

Friday, February 6
3:30 pm, Curtin 175

Brown bag lunch with Jake Kosek
Friday, February 6
12 noon Curtin 939
Reading: Jake Kosek, "Ecologies of Empire: On the New Uses of the Honeybee,"

William Hogarth, Scholars at a Lecture 1736
Crossett Library, Bennington College
C21 is now accepting applications for its 2015-16 Provost Post-Doctoral Fellowship in interdisciplinary humanities.

Deadline to submit applications is March 2, 2015.

The Provost post-doctoral fellow will be part of a group of UWM and UW System fellows whose research interests relate to an annual theme. For 2015-16, our research theme is Indigeneities.

Applicants must have received their doctorates no earlier than July 1, 2010. The fellowship is designed to further broaden the academic networks of the group of faculty in residence at C21, and is thus unavailable to UW-Milwaukee and UW System faculty.

For details, please refer to this Call for Provost Post-Doctoral Fellow, 2015-16 (PDF).

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