Ruptured times: Advances in visual environmental humanities

Jacob von Heland (Editor), Bill Adams (Editor), Marco Armiero (Editor), Klara Björk (Editor), Kalle Boman (Editor), Andrés Fabián Henao Castro (Editor), Sompot Chidgasornpongse (Editor), Miyase Christensen (Editor), Thomas Dark (Editor), El-Kogali Issraa (Editor), Henrik Ernstson (Editor), Alison Griffiths (Editor), Erik Isberg (Editor), Mike Jarmon (Editor), Wangui Kimari (Editor), Tara McPherson (Editor), Jakob Nilsson (Editor), Jan Olsson (Editor), Daniel Oxenhandler (Editor), Madina TlostanovaJannike Åhlund

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This first issue of Annals of Crosscuts includes eleven richly textured films that speak from the growing environmental humanities with strong intent and originality. The films speaks to the theme of "Ruptured Times" and forms a testimony to the integrative ambitions of the environmental humanities. The contributors come from a range of disciplines, schools and practices including artistic research, urban and architectural studies, social movements of the urban south, political ecologies of water, studies of mining legacies, decolonial performance aesthetics, science studies and ethnographies of conservation, toxicity and more-than-human relations. Made in ten countries, at four continents, the films are the final outcomes of a collaborative peer-review process that started in the first half of 2019, screened at the Crosscuts festival in late 2019 and published as a film-based special issue at Zenodo, CERN, in 2021 with a reflection from chief editor Jacob von Heland.
Original languageEnglish
JournalAnnals of Crosscuts – Films of Environmental Humanities
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2021


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