episodes

Episodes

Elizabeth Hénaff

ELIZABETH HENAFF, biologist and bioartist, discusses metagonomics and her collaborations with bacteria at the Gowanus Canal, a Superfund site in Brooklyn, NY.

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Heather Davis

HEATHER DAVIS, writer and feminist theorist, talks about plastic and the production of “toxic progeny,” humans and nonhumans born of the petrochemical industry in the United States.

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James Higham

JAMES HIGHAM, primatologist, discusses fieldwork with monkeys in Puerto Rico and Nigeria, as well as the ethics and politics involved with long-term research and environmental conservation.

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Julie Guthman

JULIE GUTHMAN, geographer and social scientist, speaks about a more-than-human assemblage of California strawberries, and why there is no easy way out of problems in agriculture.

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Ashley Dawson

ASHLEY DAWSON, postcolonial scholar and climate justice activist, speaks about extreme cities, the power of storytelling, and an urgent need to imagine collective action.

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