Panel 3: Transspecies Perspectives on Climate Change
“Butte’s Berkeley Pit: Towards Posthumanist Environmental Justice in the Anthropocene Era”
Louise Economides (Professor of English and the Director of the Literature and Environment Program at the University of Montana)
Kate Rigby (Professor of Environmental Humanities, Bath Spa University and Monash University)
“Parasitic Geostories: Rabies and Multispecies Precarity in Bali”
Phillip Drake (Assistant Professor of English, University of Kansas)
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