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AT HOME IN THE ANTHROPOCENE

AT HOME IN THE ANTHROPOCENE
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At Home in the Anthropocene brings together a set of wildlife stories focused on the question of what counts as "home" in an age of climate crisis and upheaval. Through stories of mountain lions displaced by wildfires, encounters with black bears in areas of significant human use, wildlife rehabilitation practices, and of the creation of wildlife corridors, Amy D. Propen highlights posthuman interventions into the lives of these at-risk species, with a focus on how such interventions call into question ideas about coexisting with our vulnerable, more-than-human kin.

By employing the tenets of posthumanism, compassionate conservation, and entangled empathy--and making them accessible through storytelling and narrative--Propen offers new perspectives about how to more compassionately and productively understand ideas about home, connectivity, and coexistence across a range of places and ecosystems. Uniquely conceptualized to include narrative related to the Anthropause, as well as travel and nature writing amidst COVID-19, At Home in the Anthropocene engages with questions about home and belonging in generative ways that attempt to open up possibilities for sustainable futures in which we may productively coexist with our more-than-human kin.

ISBN: 
9780814258477
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Binding: 
Paperback
Publication Date: 
September 27, 2022