KPFA: "Thinking with Thoreau"

Humanists, scientists, and artists collaborate to address the disjunctive temporalities of ecological crisisSpecies extinction and loss of biodiversity may seem like twenty-first century concerns, but, according to Wai Chee Dimock, nineteenth-century thinkers like Thoreau anticipated irreversible changes to the natural world. Thoreau, she asserts, was deeply concerned about the fate of both wildlife and Native American populations. 

Visit KPFA to hear the interview with Wai Chee Dimock, contributor to Timescales: Thinking across Ecological Temporalities.

University of Minnesota Press Podcast


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