On Enclosed Spaces and the Great Outdoors

Behind its claim of universality, environmental thought was built on the occultation of the colonial, patriarchal and slavery foundations of modernity. Drawing upon his recently published book A Decolonial Ecology: Thinking of Ecology from the Caribbean World (in French), Dr. Malcom Ferdinand will stage the perspectives and voices of those who have been silenced, uprooted and cast out of the world. Through theory and spoken word, he suggests a path of justice and dignity out of the ecological crisis that point to the horizon of a common world.


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