OUTPUTS

MONASS PUBLICATIONS

Symposium Proceedings

    

Bremner, L. and Cook, J. (eds.). (2020). Monsoon [+ other] Grounds. London: Monsoon Assemblages. Online version available here: Monsoon [+ other] Grounds_Online  or purchase a hard copy from online stores.

Bremner, L. (ed.). (2019). Monsoon [+ other] Waters. London: Monsoon Assemblages. Online version available here: Monsoon[+other]Waters  or purchase a hard copy from online stores.

Bremner, L. and Trower, G. (eds.). (2017). Monsoon [+ other] Airs. London: Monsoon Assemblages. Online version available here: Monsoon [+other] Airs  or purchase a hard copy from online stores.

Studio Broadsheets

DS18. (2019). Studio Broadsheet. DS18_2019_Broadsheet

DS18. (2018). Studio Broadsheet. DS182018_Broadsheet-s

DS18. (2017). Studio Broadsheet.

DS18_2017_StudioBroadsheet_pg1, DS18_2017_StudioBroadsheet_pg2

PUBLICATIONS

Cullen, B. and Geros, C. (2020). ‘Constructing the Monsoon: Colonial Meteorological Cartography, 1844-1944.’ History of Meteorology. Online Open Access here: https://meteohistory.org/ojs/index.php/journal/article/view/3

Bremner, L. (2020). ‘Sedimentary Ways.’ GeoHumanities. Online Open Access here: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/2373566X.2020.1799718

Cullen, B. (2020). ‘Intuiting a Monsoonal Ethnography in Three Bay of Bengal Cities.’ GeoHumanities. Online Open Access here: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/2373566X.2020.1798800

Powis, A. (2020). ‘An excess of thought, or the thinking materials of research.’ Hyphen 2. Online Open Access here: http://hy-phen.space/journal/issue-2/powis-an-excess-of-thought/

Cullen, B. (2020). ‘Constellations of weathering: following the meteorological mobilities of Bangla bricks.’ Mobilities. Online Open Access here: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/17450101.2020.1759929

Bremner, L. (2020). ‘Sedimentary logics and the Rohingya Refugee camps in Bangladesh.’ Political Geography 77. Online Open Access here: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.polgeo.2019.102109

Bremner, L. (2019). ‘Planning the 2015 Chennai Floods.’  Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space. Online Open Access here: https://doi.org/10.1177/2514848619880130

Bremner, L., Geros, C. and Cook, J. (2019). ‘Emergent and Erratic: Monsoonal Transmogrification of Land, Air and Sea.’ In Antonelli, P. and Tannir, A. (eds.).  Broken Nature, XXII Milan Triennale, 106-107. Milan: Electa.

Cullen, B. (2019). ‘Haunted Landscapes: Ghosts of Chennai Past, Present and Future Yet-to- Come.” In Bremner, L. (ed.). Monsoon [+ other] Waters, 185-197. London: Monsoon Assemblages.

Bhat, H. (2019). ‘Malhar’ Theorising the Contemporary. Fieldsights, June 27 https://culanth.org/fieldsights/malhar

Bhat, H. (2019). ‘As I sit down to write a monsoon story without cloud bands – some mucus, confrontation and sadness.’ Hyphen Journal 1. http://www.hy-phen.space/journal/issue_1/

Bhat, H. (2018). ‘About terms and conditions – the Aadhar biometric identification programme as a mapping analytic.’ In Bargues-Pedreny, P, Chandler, D. and Simon, E. (eds.). Mapping and Politics in the Digital Age, 102-117. London: Routledge.

Bhat, H (2018). ‘Over skies of extraction.’ In Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, A. and Mubi Brighenti, A (eds.). Lo Squaderno, Explorations in Space and Society 48 (Surfaces and Materials): 23 – 26, http://www.losquaderno.professionaldreamers.net/?p=1835.

Bhat, H (2017). ‘Because the lake burns.’ In Bremner, L. and Trower, G. (eds.). Monsoon [+ other] Airs, 77-84. London: Monsoon Assemblages.

Bremner, L. (2017). ‘On Monsoon Assemblages.’ Interview with Damaso Randulfe. Migrant 3: 90-99.

LECTURES AND PRESENTATIONS

2019

Bhat, H. (2019). ‘Acknowledging the Monsoon.’ At: Imagining the Eco-social postgraduate workshop with Jane Bennett and William Connolly, Cardiff University, 10 – 11 December.

Bremner, L. (2019). ‘On Monsoon as Method.’ Urban Studies Seminar Series, University of Glasgow, 05 December.

Bremner, L. (2019). Invited Participant, Delta and River Cities Workshop, World Projects and Center for Resilient Cities and Landscapes, Columbia University, New York, 22 – 23 November.

Bremner, L. (2019). ‘On Monsoon as Method.’ Tyler School of Art and Architecture, Temple University, Philadelphia, 20 November.

Bremner, L. (2019). ‘On Monsoon as Method.’ WISER, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 29 October.

Bhat, H. and Zehner, B. (2019). ‘Cyclones and the Monsoon’ At: HAT Research Center, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, 15 November.

Cook, J. (2019). ‘Air, Architecture + Other Climates, Investigating and Drawing with Data.’ AHO The Oslo School of Architecture and Design, 15 November.

Cook, J. (2019). ‘Monsoon Assemblages : Chennai.’ At: Norwegian Institute for Air Research (NILU), 14 November.

Bhat, H. in conversation with Tamlit, A. (2019). ‘On Grow Heathrow’ At: Politics of Air – Air Matters Symposium, Watermans Art Centre, 9 November.

Bremner, L. (2019). ‘On Monsoon as Method.’ Wits Institute of Social and Economic Research, Univesrity of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 29 October.

Bhat, H. (2019). ‘Methodologies within the Monsoon.’ At: Millennium Conference – Extraction, expropriation, erasure? Knowledge production in International Relations, London, 19-20 October.

Cullen, B. (2019) ‘Haunted hydrological landscapes: Ghosts of Chennai past, present and future yet-to-come.’ At: Royal Geographical Society (RGS-IBG) Annual International Conference, London, 27 – 30 August.

Bhat, H. (2019). ‘Circulating stories of the air.’ At: Royal Geographical Society (RGS-IBG) Annual International Conference, London, 27 – 30 August.

Bhat, H. (2019). ‘Notes on a Monsoon Air Methodology.’ At: OP Jindal Global University, Sonipat, 02 August.

Bhat, H. (2019). ‘Notes on a Monsoon Air Methodology.’ At: Centre for Policy Research, Delhi, 18 July.

Bhat, H. (2019). ‘The Monsoon as a Political Air.’ At: Resilience and Hope in a World in Relation – European Workshop on International Relations, Krakow, 26 – 29 June.

Powis, A. (2019) ‘The materiality of Groundwater in the Chennai rainwater harvesting programme II.’ At: Urban Climates: Power, Development and Environment in South Asia Symposium, University of Cambridge, 07 – 08 June.

Bhat, H. (2019). ‘Entanglements of the kikar and the dust storm.’ At: Urban Climates: Power, Development and Environment in South Asia Symposium, University of Cambridge, 07 – 08 June.

Cullen, B. (2019) ‘Introducing Monsoon Assemblages.’ At: Participatory Steering of Complex Adaptive Systems Workshop, Synthesis Center, Arizona State University, 23 – 26 April.

Powis, A. (2019). ‘The Materiality of Groundwater in the Chennai rainwater harvesting programme I.’ At American Association of Geographers Conference (AAG), Washington DC, 03 – 07 April.

Bhat, H. (2019). ‘Fieldwork/Stickiness.’ At: Hyphen Symposium, P3 Ambika, University of Westminster, London, 24 March.

Bhat, H. (2019). ‘About a Monsoon Forest.’ At: Monsoon [+ other] Grounds Symposium, University of Westminster, 21 – 22 March.

Bremner, L. (2019). ‘On Sediment as Method.’ At: Monsoon [+ other] Grounds Symposium, University of Westminster, 21 – 22 March.

Cullen, B. (2019). ‘Bangla Bricks: Making and unmaking monsoon grounds.’ At: Monsoon [+ other] Grounds Symposium, University of Westminster, 21 – 22 March.

Geros, C. (2019). ‘Here be Dragons: Grounds and Groundings of our Atmospheric Belonging.’    At: Monsoon [+ other] Grounds Symposium, University of Westminster, 21 – 22 March.

Powis, A. (2019). ‘The Materiality of Groundwater: leaking, Seeping, Swelling, Cracking.’  At: Monsoon [+ other] Grounds Symposium, University of Westminster, 21 – 22 March.

Bremner, L. (2019). ‘On Monsoon Assemblages.’ At: MA Environmental Architecture, Royal College of Art, 14 March.

Geros, C. and Cook, J. (2019). ‘Emergent and Erratic: Monsoonal Transmogrification of Land, Air and Sea.’ At: Broken Nature, XXII Milan Triennale, 01 March – 01 September.

Cullen, B. (2019) ‘The fish, the delta and the monsoon: storying Hilsa ecologies.’ At: Multispecies Storytelling in Intermedial Practices, Linnæus University, Sweden, 23 – 25 January.

Bhat, H. (2019) ‘6 acts about a monsoon forest and some notes about mucus.’ At: Multispecies Storytelling in Intermedial Practices, Linnæus University, Sweden, 23 – 25 January.

Bremner, L. (2019). ‘Humanitarian Sediments.’ At: Goldsmiths Visual Culture Series, 28 February; ‘Testimony as Environment, Violence, Aesthetics, Agency,’ London  School of Economics, 18-20 January; Centre for Research Architecture, Goldsmiths College, 16 January.

2018

Bhat, H. (2018). ‘A short story of a monsoon air methodology – wet shoes with no rain’. At: Rubber Boots Methods in the Anthropocene, Aarhus University/Moesgaard Museum, 26 – 27 November.

Bremner, L. (2018). ‘Sedimentary Humanitarianism.’ At: Architecture Research Forum, University of Westminster, 22 November.

Bhat, H. (2018). ‘In an air of material complicity’. At: 12th Pan European Conference on International Relations, Prague, 12 – 15 September.

Bremner, L. (2018). ‘Bad Planning and the 2015 Chennai Floods.’ At: Royal Geography Society Conference, Cardiff University, 28-31 August.

Bhat, H. (2018). ‘Over skies of extraction.’ At: London Critical, University of Westminster, 29-30 June.

Powis, A. (2018). ‘The materiality of groundwater in the construction of the Chennai Metro.’ At Going Underground: Design, Reputation, and Disorder in the Subterranean Infrastructure of the Global City. Birkbeck, University of London, 18 May

Cullen, B. and Geros, C. (2018). ‘Between the Dragonfly and the Barometer: Knowing Weather, Constructing Climate.’ At: Asian Extremes Conference: Climate, Meteorology and Disaster in History, University of Singapore, 17-18 May.

Bhat, H. (2018). ‘Monsoonal Methodologies.’ At: Politics of the Machines, Aalborg University, Copenhagen, 15 – 17 May. ​

Cullen, B. (2018). ‘Eris as Monsoon Infrastructure: Re-imagining Chennai’s rainwater tanks.’ At: Monsoon [+ other] Waters Symposium, University of Westminster, 12 – 13 April.

Bhat, H. (2018). ‘About terms and conditions.’ At: Mapping and Politics in the Digital Age, Centre for Global Cooperation Research, Duisburg, 8 – 9 January.

2017

Bhat, H. (2017). ‘Of the agricultural industrialisation of the skies.’ At: Knowledge/Cultures/Ecologies 2017, Universidad Diego Portales, Santiago de Chile, 15-18 November.

Bhat, H. (2017). ‘In an air of complicity’. At: 2017 Annual Millennium Conference : The politics of time in international relations. At: London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), 21-22 October.

Bhat, H. (2017), ‘Immaterial Networks’. At: Mapping, Mercator and Modernity : The Impact of the Digital, Centre for Global Cooperation Research, Duisburg, 25-26 April.

Bhat, H. (2017), ‘Complicit Unknowns’. At: Monsoon [+other] Airs, University of Westminster, 20-21 April.

Bremner, L. (2017). ‘Academic Exchange Seminar.’ At: Khulna University, Bangladesh, 09 November.

Bremner, L. (2017). ‘Monsoon Assemblages Seminar.’ At: Bengal Institute of Architecture, Landscapes and Settlements, Dhaka, 05 November.

Bremner, L. (2017). ‘Monsoon Assemblages.’ At: Chennai Architecture Foundation, 25 July.

Cullen, B. (2017). ‘Moderating the monsoon in South Chennai’ At: Bringing Climate Change Home: Researching Weathered Society Workshop. University of Edinburgh, 15 September.

Cullen, B. (2017). ‘A Rope to Tie a Lion: Participatory video and dilemmas in processes of “giving voice”.’ At: Society for Applied Anthropology Conference, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 28 March-01 April.

Powis, A. (2017). ‘Making and Unmaking Wet Cities: Two examples in London and Chennai.’ At: Making and Unmaking the Environment, Design History Society Annual Conference, University of Oslo, 7-9 September.

Powis, A. (2017). ‘Fluvial City – Reading Chennai through Groundwater.’ At: Idea of Self in Research, 3rd PhD By Design Conference, University of Sheffield, 3-4 April.

LITERATURE REVIEWS

Vianello, M. (2017). Elements of the Urban Hydrology of South Chennai. OV_Vianello_2017A

Bremner, L. (2016). The Chennai IT Corridor.  OB_Bremner_2016A

Cullen, B. (2016). Pallikaranai Marsh, Chennai. OC_Cullen_2016A