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‘Candid Little Hunters’: Narrative Futures for the ‘End-Game’

Activity: Talk or presentation typesInvited talk

14/02/2019

Emily Spiers’ talk will examine recent examples of narrative fiction by women that explore the role of agency in the ‘seamless web of material, spatial and temporal interdependencies that encompasses not just human beings but communities of animals, plants and inorganic matter’ (Adam and Groves, 2007). What new perspectives on the future emerge from encounters with wolves, hawks, and foxes, and from confrontations with death and new life?

External organisation (External collaborations)

NameCentre for Cultural Ecologies, Durham University