Leonardo: Anthropocene Feminism

By Edith Doove

Anthropocene Feminism (Richard Grusin)The conference and this volume introduce the category anthropocene feminism as an experiment to formulate a possible in-depth answer to the period we are experiencing via a range of responses that cover a wide variety of backgrounds. But as Grusin states, it is only a starting point that he hopes will lead to a larger discussion. It is certainly a volume that due to its richness I will no doubt regularly return to and use as a point of reference.

Read the full review.

University of Minnesota Press Podcast


Art and Posthumanism: Cary Wolfe in conversation with Art after Nature series editors Giovanni Aloi and Caroline Picard.


Life in Plastic: Petrochemical fantasies and synthetic sensibilities, with Caren Irr, Lisa Swanstrom, Jennifer Wagner-Lawlor, and Daniel Worden.


Live: A book launch for We Are Meant to Rise at Next Chapter Booksellers features Carolyn Holbrook, David Mura, Douglas Kearney, Melissa Olson, Said Shaiye, and Kao Kalia Yang.