O antropoceno mais que humano

Autores

  • Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing University of California Santa Cruz

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5007/2175-8034.2021.e75732

Palavras-chave:

Antropoceno, Biologia feral, Paisagem arruinada, Etnografia multispécie

Resumo

Este ensaio expõe alguns dos insights sobre o Antropoceno que obtive no projeto Atlas Feral, um trabalho colaborativo que agrega mais de uma centena de cientistas, acadêmicos, artistas e escritores, de origens variadas, que trazem narrativas baseadas em suas experiências mais íntimas com a terra antropogênica. O Atlas Feral conta as aventuras dos colaboradores não-humanos do Antropoceno. Nossos sujeitos são seres vivos e não-vivos que, ao se emaranharem em projetos imperiais e industriais humanos, estão ajudando, em larga medida, a destruir a habitabilidade da terra.

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2021-02-24

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Diversidade Contaminada - Dossiê ReACT