Please find below links to a *free access* review dossier on Environmental research and practice in Latin America, just out with the Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies, guest edited by Lisa Blackmore and Gisela Heffes.
It features essays on Indigenous arts in Brazil and site-specific arts practice that might be of particular relevance to members of ASLE, as well as other essays on plant and environmental thinking.
Treading Lightly on the Earth: New Directions in Latin American Environmental Research and Practice. Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies 31.1 (2022)
- Latin American Environmental Research and Practice, L. Blackmore & G. Heffes
- Submerged Strata and the Condition of Knowledge in Latin America, G. Heffes
- Latin America and the Botanical Turn, Alejandro Ponce de León
- Environmental Thinking and Indigenous Arts in Brazil Today, Jamille Pinheiro Dias
- Cultivating Ongoingness through Site-Specific Arts Research and Public Engagement, L. Blackmore