What Stage are We In?: A Conversation on Ecological Grief with Joshua Trey Barnett

This month Lindsay and Brandon are joined by Joshua Trey Barnett, assistant professor of Communication Arts and Sciences at the Pennsylvania State University, to discuss his recent book Mourning in the Anthropocene: Ecological Grief and Earthly Coexistence. We talk about extinction, what it means to grieve nature, and even get a little personal with the idea of naming and loss of pets.

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Joshua’s Info:

Twitter: @joshuatbarnett

Email: barnett@psu.edu

Joshua’s Book Recommendations:

Shimmer: Flying Fox Exuberance in Worlds of Perilhttps://edinburghuniversitypress.com/book-shimmer.html

Ecologies of Harm: Rhetorics of Violence in the United Stateshttps://ohiostatepress.org/books/titles/9780814214343.html

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Episode recorded February 10, 2023.