Botanically Queer: Plants, Sex, and Biopolitics

Land’s End: Capitalist Relations on an Indigenous Frontier

Water, Women and Rights: Rural Water Supplies, Drip Irrigation, and the (re)Feminization of agrarian labor in India

“Making Love and Relations Beyond Settler Sexualities” – Dr. Kim TallBear

Placing Angola: Race, coloniality and human-animal encounters at the Louisiana State Penitentiary

“Everyday Exposure: Indigenous Mobilization and Environmental Justice in Canada’s Chemical Valley” – Dr. Sarah Wiebe

“Racial Liberalism and the Coloniality of Urban Ecologies” – Dr. Malini Ranganathan

Thinking About the Anthropocene as Ecologies of Social Difference