Book Report: Dark Ecology by Timothy Morton

Dark ecology puts hesitation, uncertainty, irony, and thoughtfulness back into ecological thinking. The form of dark ecology is that of noir film. The noir narrator begins investigating a supposedly external situation, from a supposedly neutral point of view, only to discover that she or he is implicated in it. The point of view of the … Continue reading Book Report: Dark Ecology by Timothy Morton

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ASLE Carbon Neutral Conference on Ecomedia Plus Eco-Horror CfP

Sorry to sit on this; I've actually known of this first Call for Abstracts for a while but forgot to advertise it. Anyway, if you're interested in ecomedia studies, check out a part of a new conference below (in italics): A troubling paradox lies at the heart of ecomedia studies: those of us who study … Continue reading ASLE Carbon Neutral Conference on Ecomedia Plus Eco-Horror CfP