If queer today often looks rather like heteronormativity’s “sick and boring life,” how can we cultivate queerer worlds, or other possibilities?
Tag: Systems and Futures
Energy sources shape, rather than simply serve, our social and cultural imaginaries. Recognizing this poses a different set of challenges for how we might contend with our current planetary emergency.
What happens when thinking of soil as a living being and force, with whom the human world needs to repair and rebuild ties?
When an increasingly uncomfortable climate forces more of life indoors, who might be forced to bear the costs?
What happens when we dismantle the monumental status of a figure like Shakespeare in the canon? What other voices rise to describe the world?
Can thinking like a plant save the world?
Deciding to not order the tuna or eel at a restaurant won’t save those dying species. But imagining a new kind of “multispecies thriving” might.
How do we talk about the urgency of climate change without making people ...