Abstract We live in an era of decimation dubbed the “anthropocene.” Settler-colonial states such as the US and Canada disproportionately consume the world. As we reconsider violent human practices and conceive of new ways of living with Earth in the face of a feared apocalypse, we must [...]
Call for Papers (& Visuals)–Critical Relationality: Indigenous and Queer Belonging Beyond Settler Sex & Nature. Co-editors Kim TallBear (University of Alberta) & Angela Willey (University of Massachusetts)
See the Imaginations Journal website for a direct link to this CFP. And see my co-editor, Angela Wiley's website for more information about her.
On Friday, May 9, 2014 at 5:00 pm at Austin's Vortex Repertory Company, I will appear on the panel, Feminism & Sexuality in Texas, at Forbidden Film Fest. (See Austin Chronicle coverage here.) In order to reach larger audiences and to have more fun despite the seriousness of my intellectual work, I have recently turned to more performance-oriented talks. [...]
Stephens and Sprinkle (center left and right) with friends at Dyke March 2012 We’re changing the metaphor from “Earth as Mother” to “Earth as Lover.” ---Elizabeth Stephens, Artist, Ecosexual, Professor We aim to make the environmental movement more sexy, fun and diverse. ----Annie Sprinkle, Ph.D., Artist, Ecosexual, Sexologist “Who [...]