This is Not a Pipe Podcast: Stacy Alaimo

We’re always immersed in the material world. It’s never somewhere else and it cannot be contained in ways that we can control and predict.

Exposed (Stacy Alaimo)Stacy Alaimo discusses her book ExposedEnvironmental Politics and Pleasures in Posthuman Times with Chris Richardson. Alaimo has written about the often troublesome relations between environmentalisms and intersectional feminisms in her first three books, Undomesticated Ground: Recasting Nature as Feminist SpaceBodily Natures: Science, Environment, and the Material Self, and Exposed: Environmental Politics and Pleasures in Posthuman Times. She co-edited Material Feminisms, edited the volume Matter, and is editing (with Nicole Starosielski and Courtney Berger) a new book series at Duke, entitled “Elements.” Her theory of “trans-corporeality” merges new materialism, material feminism, environmentalism, and posthumanism. She is currently writing about how the aesthetic circulates across the science, art, and popular culture of the deep sea. She loves diving, snorkeling, swimming, kayaking, hiking, biking, and viewing architecture and art. Her fantasies include running off to join the Sea Shepherds.

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Published in: This is Not a Pipe Podcast
By: Chris Richardson