9:00–9:15 Sharad Chari: Introductions
9:15–10:00 Sumathi Ramaswamy: Artful Walking
10:15–11:00 Geeta Patel: An insignificant captain’s tale - Geopolitics, fiscal posers and colonial governance
11:15–12:30 PANEL 1 Seth Denizen: Where is the earth in the herbarium?
Alex Werth: On Loop - Racial Reverberations at Oakland's Lake Merritt
Jeff Martin: Worldbuilding and storytelling - Between ethnography and speculative fictions
Ned Dostaler: Towards a poetics of sandy thought
1:15–2:00 Amita Baviskar: Labouring to Make a Landscape of Power
2:15–3:00 Kath Weston: Terra Infirma - When the Ground Shifts Beneath You
3:15–4:15 PANEL 2 Andrea Marston: Bodies of flesh and ore - Deep earth-writing in highland Bolivia
Alexander Arroyo: “To Test an Island” - Laboratories of Empire in the Aleutian Archipelago
4:30–5:15 Lenore Manderson: Earth, Itself - Experiments with writing a warming world