An ecofeminist and utopian perspective on The Word For World Is Forest

Detail from The Word for World Is Forest cover art showing a night sky through trees

My presentation from the The Word for World is Forest symposium is now available online! Find it on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, anchor.fm, PlayerFM and more. Wherever you get your podcasts, as they say.

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The Decolonial Thought

Although I can’t entirely articulate it yet, I have started to think the decolonial thought. Put crudely, the decolonial thought is along the lines of:

Our prevailing understanding of our culture and history has been shaped at every level by white settlor men and it is beyond time to start listening to somebody (everybody) else.”

The decolonial thought - prompted in me by the toppling of Colston's statue in Bristol, now on display in a museum.
Colston’s statue on display at M Shed, Bristol. The coverage of the Black Lives Matter protest in my home city of Bristol one year ago (during which the statue was toppled) first prompted me to have the decolonial thought.
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