Participant: Jennifer Mae Hamilton, Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of New South Wales, Australia
A feminist environmental humanities project exploring the way urban infrastructure manages the human-weather, and finding opportunities for cultural transformation in spite of the concrete and steel configurations in which this relation is wrought.
This Contentious Storm: An Ecocritical and Performance History of King Lear (London: Bloomsbury Academic).
‘All the world is a drain: Astrida Neimanis’s Bodies of Water: Posthuman Feminist Phenomenology’ for Sydney Review of Books (December 2017).
‘Gardening after the Anthropocene: Creating different relations between humans and edible plants in Sydney’ for Prue Gibson and Baylee Britts (eds), The Covert Plant (New York: Punctum, 2017).
‘Social and Gender Analysis’ for Pierre Boileau & Elaine Baker (eds) Guidelines for conducting Integrated Environmental Assessments, UNEP & Grid-Arendal.