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Emilie Hache: Reclaim Ecofeminism

Wednesday, April 12, 2017 at 4:30pm

AD White House, Guerlac Room AD White House

Emilie Hache

Reclaim Ecofeminism: Women, Minorities and Witches Against the Anthropocene

Wednesday 12th of April 4.30pm 

Guerlac Room AD White House 

 

Please consider also joining the following workshop: 

 

Which Political Ecology: Is Responsibility a Tool of Neo-Liberal Governmentality?

Tuesday 11th  of April at 10.30am, Romance Studies Lounge (Klarman K164)

Contact rp524@cornell.edu for the readings

 

Emilie Hache is the author of an article with Bruno Latour: “Morality or Moralism? An exercise in Sensitization” (Attached to this email). She has also published several anthologies on Ecology and Feminism: Ecologie politique. Cosmos, communautés, milieux,(Amsterdam, 2012) and Du monde clos à l’univers infini… et retour. (Dehors, 2014). These books contain first traductions in french of Haraway, Davis, as well as contributions by Bruno Latour, Stengers and Chakrabarty. Each of these books contain an introduction by Emilie Hache where she reflects on the state of Ecology from a political and epistemological perspective. She is also the author of Ce à quoi nous tenons (2011, La Découverte), which explores the consequences of the current ecological crisis. 

Emilie Hache has just published a new anthology on Ecology and Feminism: Reclaim (Cambourakis,2016). In this book she introduces and analyzes the works of Susan Griffin, Starhawk, Joanna Macy and Carolyn Merchant. 

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