Poster for Groundings conference with large orange and artic blue text giving conference details against a background image of a large grounding rod in the soil

Groundings // December 1-2, 2022 // Linnaeus University, Växjö, Sweden

At the nexus of energy and agriculture, Groundings gathers a community of researchers, practitioners, and organisers in Växjö to ask what it means to ground our modes of study in collective struggle. The conference engages a diversity of research tactics in response to an ongoing shift in environmental discourse towards the extractive zones (Gómez- Barris 2017) and terminal landscapes (Diamanti 2021) of capital’s energic and agricultural metabolisms as terrains across which the histories and horizons of multispecies survival, collective autonomy, and ecological flourishing are contested. Featuring keynotes from Jeff Diamanti and The Underground Division (Helen V. Pritchard, Jara Rocha, & Femke Snelting) followed by a culinary performance by local grower Zeenath Hasan, Groundings also foregrounds roundtable discussions, group readings, and other modes of collaborative study to initiate an ongoing inquiry into grounded traditions of practice-based research. See the full conference call for papers further below.

For more details, see our conference page here: