“The Meaning of Treedom: Mass Extinction and the Silent Things” with Sha LaBare

“Sounding the Anthropocene” SymposiumMarch 11, 9-3:30, Arts-Based Research Studio (Ed North 4-104).

SESSION 4, 2:30-3:30 PM: “The Meaning of Treedom: Mass Extinction and the Silent Things” with Sha LaBare

Sha LaBare (PhD, History of Consciousness 2010) is a science fiction scholar particularly interested in radical ecological ethics at and after the end of the world as we know it.  His writing and teaching focus on global warming, multispecies becomings, the ecology of everyday life, and imagining alternatives to the world that is alas the case.

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