New forum on Elizabeth Povinelli’s Geontologies

I am so grateful to be included in this recent forum on Elizabeth Povinelli’s Geontologies in Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space. I am exceedingly grateful to Elizabeth R. Johnson and Garnet Kindervater for reaching out, and for their generous leadership in creating the forum. And also grateful to all the contributors for writing such thoughtful pieces!…

New work by Fluid Boundaries: Lapsus Lima article

Fluid Boundaries published a new article in Lapsus Lima this month: “Water, Water, Everywhere… September 11, 2019 This text is an attempt at an intellectual pathology of the “Fluid Boundaries” project, shortlisted as a finalist for the Canadian Pavilion at the 2020 Venice Architecture Biennale. “Fluid Boundaries” is the project and the multidisciplinary team of anthropologists, geographers, cultural…

Public lecture — ETH, Zurich ‘So long, and thanks for all the fish: Navigating the impact of settler colonial violence and the Anthropocene on human-fish relations in Treaty Six Territory, Alberta, Canada’

I gave a talk at the invitation of the Architecture department at ETH in Zurich on November 10, 2016. It was entitled ‘So long, and thanks for all the fish: Navigating the impact of settler colonial violence and the Anthropocene on human-fish relations in Treaty Six Territory, Alberta, Canada’.  You can watch it here: https://cast.switch.ch/vod/clips/1vy6tkcs45/streaming.html  

Interview: web exclusive on ‘political anger’ (Out in the Open, CBC)

Originally posted on Urbane Adventurer: Amiskwacî:
I’m really honoured that Piya Chattopadhyay of Out in the Open on CBC interviewed me about my relationship to ‘political anger’ and expressing anger as an Indigenous feminist scholar working in Canada and the UK — here’s an edited version of the interview. http://www.cbc.ca/radio/outintheopen/political-anger-architects-1.3825756/web-exclusive-polite-no-more-1.3825965

ANTH 5210F –Special Topics in Indigenous Studies: Decolonizing the Anthropocene

Originally posted on Urbane Adventurer: Amiskwacî:
? https://twitter.com/ZoeSTodd/status/755740945186955264 I’m teaching a fall term graduate seminar on ‘Decolonizing the Anthropocene’. The Anthropocene Working Group (AWG) will be determining the terms and conditions (including determining the start date) of the Anthropocene this year. The term has become what anthropologist Beth Reddy calls a ‘charismatic mega-category’, which sweeps…