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Final Journal Entry of the Dread Pirate E. Marley

Translated by Justin Makii 3rd of April 1563 We met in the liminal space between black sand beaches and the dense vegetation of an unforgiving jungle. At first, we observed one another from a distance, trepid and unsure of what

Final Journal Entry of the Dread Pirate E. Marley

Translated by Justin Makii 3rd of April 1563 We met in the liminal space between black sand beaches and the dense vegetation of an unforgiving jungle. At first, we observed one another from a distance, trepid and unsure of what

Haraway Walks With Thee

by Rumen Rachev Haraway was walking in the forest. Stop. Haraway writing was walking in a Linkoping forest. Stop. A person was walking while reading Haraway in a Linkoping forest. Stop. I decide to breathe in the writing of Haraway,

Haraway Walks With Thee

by Rumen Rachev Haraway was walking in the forest. Stop. Haraway writing was walking in a Linkoping forest. Stop. A person was walking while reading Haraway in a Linkoping forest. Stop. I decide to breathe in the writing of Haraway,

Meandering Transect: a methodological experiment in environmental humanities

by Jesse Peterson Behind Linköping University, a stand of pine and oak emerge from the pastures and agricultural architectures of building and lands that hold goats, chickens, and horses. The boundary between this forest (if I can call it that) and fenced

Meandering Transect: a methodological experiment in environmental humanities

by Jesse Peterson Behind Linköping University, a stand of pine and oak emerge from the pastures and agricultural architectures of building and lands that hold goats, chickens, and horses. The boundary between this forest (if I can call it that) and fenced

Why am I in Environmental Humanities?

by Åsa Callmer I am here because change is needed. Because we’re running out of time. Because I don’t believe that technological solutions alone can solve this for us. I am here in search of other solutions. I am in

Why am I in Environmental Humanities?

by Åsa Callmer I am here because change is needed. Because we’re running out of time. Because I don’t believe that technological solutions alone can solve this for us. I am here in search of other solutions. I am in

Toxicity visualization exercise inspired by Mel Chen’s Toxic Animacies

by Justin Makii Get comfortable and close your eyes. Imagine you are in a pub, standing at the bar facing the bartender with nothing but a worn out slab of mahogany between you. Mel Chen is coming from 3 parts

Toxicity visualization exercise inspired by Mel Chen’s Toxic Animacies

by Justin Makii Get comfortable and close your eyes. Imagine you are in a pub, standing at the bar facing the bartender with nothing but a worn out slab of mahogany between you. Mel Chen is coming from 3 parts

Nissian Material Semiotics: Part 2

by Justin Makii Day 2: Gifts The sound of plastic smashing against plastic jarred me awake. Surrounded by darkness, barely able to cling to consciousness, I hear Nissa dart past the bed and ascend the staircase all the while the

Nissian Material Semiotics: Part 2

by Justin Makii Day 2: Gifts The sound of plastic smashing against plastic jarred me awake. Surrounded by darkness, barely able to cling to consciousness, I hear Nissa dart past the bed and ascend the staircase all the while the

Nissian Material Semiotics: Part 1

by Justin Makii Day 1 Introductions: With a swift turn of the key followed by a heavy metallic clank the door opens, and it is as if expecting the three of us Nissa sits, staring upward, poised at the center

Nissian Material Semiotics: Part 1

by Justin Makii Day 1 Introductions: With a swift turn of the key followed by a heavy metallic clank the door opens, and it is as if expecting the three of us Nissa sits, staring upward, poised at the center