How can we use the arts to decolonize our relations to the land? An artist, activist, and scholar discusses the many forms of creative resistance we can use to imagine and enact new and better worlds.
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How do we expand the emotional range of environmental writing? One author argues that irreverence can be a potent form of subversion as we confront climate crisis.
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What would it mean to see through the eyes of dogs? The tangled histories of humans and animals show us how personhood, criminality, and cruelty are constructed.
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An anthropologist and activist discusses her work with Indigenous youth and how social services and other state programs may be colonial intervention by another name.
The post Indigenous Youth and the Changing Face of Settler Colonialism: A Conversation with Jaskiran Dhillon appeared first on Edge Effects.
Are there better ethics than hope? Two scholars with new books about the author of Walden reflect on Henry David Thoreau's environmental ethic, flirtations with despair, and anarchist politics.
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To be outside the "home" was a dangerous place to be in Gilded Age America. Richard White tells the story of how the modern nation reluctantly came into being alongside the environmental crisis of the late nineteenth century.
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Dr. Nancy Langston speaks about the current conflict in Oregon's Malheur National Wildlife Refuge and about hopeful collaborations for conservation.
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Advocates of small government have a long and uncharted history within US environmentalism, argues Brian Drake in an interview about his recent book.
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Bart Elmore discusses how Coke came to shape landscapes and bodies the world over, and what that suggests for the future of corporate sustainability.
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