lundi 30 mai 2011
Australian Humanities Review 50 released
We are pleased to announce the publication of Issue #50 of AHR: Unloved Others: Death of the Disregarded in the Time of Extinctions, a special issue guest edited by Ecological Humanities editors Deborah Bird Rose and Thom van Dooren.
Highlights include Donna Haraway on Australian artist Patricia Piccinini’s multispecies familial assemblages, Anna Tsing’s meditation on the gentle passion of the mushroom-lover, and Freya Matthews’ poetic and moving essay ‘Planet Beehive’ on the alarming wave of extinctions spreading through global bee populations. We have Thom van Dooren on vultures, James Hatley on ticks, Kate Rigby on bogong moths and Deborah Bird Rose on flying foxes, Matthew Chrulew on zoos and endangered species and Mick Smith on environmental philosophy. This is one of our best issues yet and a fitting way to celebrate 50 issues of AHR.
Monique Rooney and Russell Smith
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