The Future of Ruins:
Reclaiming Abandonment and Toxicity on Hashima Island


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Friday, 13 December, time TBC: ‘Rethinking Battleship Island' - Carl Lavery (Glasgow), Lee Hassall
(Worcester) and Mark Pendleton (Sheffield), with Peter Matanle (Sheffield).
At: Japan Foundation London.

Saturday 7 December, 1 - 2.30 pm: ‘Return to Battleship Island – Performance’, Lee Hassall (Worcester) and Carl Lavery (Glasgow).
At: Millennium Centre, Cardiff.
Part of AHRC Network project on 'Sustainable Futures.'

Thursday, 14 November, 5:30 - 7pm: ‘Hashima - History & Heritage’, Mark Pendleton (University of Sheffield).
At: University of Edinburgh Asian Studies seminar series.
The Meadows Lecture Theatre (G.07), Old Medical School (Teviot), University of Edinburgh.

November 5 at the The Garage Studio, University of Worcester, Worcester.

October 2013, 'Return to Battleship Island': Radical Space Conference, Keynote, University of East London, Docklands:

October 2013, Return to Battleship Island: Foundry Studio Theatre, Film and Television Seminar Series, Aberystwyth.

September 2013, Hashima 7: East Asian Societies in Transition: Challenges and Connections, Nottingham.

September 2012, Hashima 1: Performing Monstrosity in the City, Queen Mary University, London.

March 2013, Hashima 2: Asian Studies Conference, San Diego.

April 2013, Hashima 3: Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles.

May 2013, Hashima 4: Department of Geography, Exeter University.

May 2013, Hashima 5: Monsters and the Monstrous Conference, Prague.

May 2013, Hashima 6: Post-Traumatic Landscapes Conference, Sheffield.