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

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? 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…

Daniels Public Lecture: Zoe Todd

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This March I was very thrilled to give a public lecture at the Daniels School of Architecture at the University of Toronto. The talk was part of the Master of Visual Studies Proseminar Series organized generously by Charles Stankievech. Abstract (from the Youtube video): “”Fish pluralities, refraction and decolonization…

News

Very excited to share the news that, as of  01 July, I will be starting a preliminary tenure-track position as a lecturer in the department of Sociology and Anthropology at Carleton University. Also, I was very honoured to be invited to participate in the ‘World of Matter’ event at Concordia University in February 2015. You…

  I am pursuing a PhD in Social Anthropology at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. My work currently focuses on the relationships between people, fish and the environment in the Western Canadian Arctic in the past and present, in the context of environmental change. Using fishing as a lens, I employ a historical ethnographic…