Feral Atlas, the Anthropocene, Creative Collaborations, and Pedagogy

Alder Keleman Saxena
Collective Intellectualities E04

Collective Intellectualities is a program that explores issues related to education within our world today. Convivial discussions with a diverse group of scholars, from different places in the world, engaging with different theoretical traditions, from multiple epistemological viewpoints on education, culture, politics, ecology, and related issues. Hosted by Amy Sojot and Alex Means.

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Alder Keleman Saxena, an Assistant Research Professor in the Anthropology department at Northern Arizona University, joins us for this episode to discuss Feral Atlas: The More than Human Anthropocene, an interactive and interdisciplinary digital research project edited by Anna L. Tsing, Jennifer Deger, Alder Keleman Saxena, and Feifei Zhou. An environmental anthropologist whose research examines agricultural diversity and human social relationships, especially via food cultures, her work also explores human ecologies and the social and material implications. We chat about Feral Atlas, the Anthropocene, pedagogy, and finding different ways to reconfigure research and conceptual habits that may be insufficient to adequately address the challenges of the Anthropocene.

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