From Vixen Tor: Notes on Photographies of the Land

“The sense of place and embeddedness within local, mythical, and ritual landscapes is important. These senses of place serve as pegs on which people hang memories, construct meanings from events, and establish ritual and religious arenas of action.” Stewart and Straethern in Landscape, Memory and […]

Join us in reading Jackson’s “Becoming Human: Matter and Meaning in an Antiblack World”

In what ways has animality, humanity and race been co-constitutive of each other? How do our understandings of being and materiality normalize humanity as white, and where does that leave the humanity of people of color? How can alternative conceptualizations of being human be found […]