Into Eternity

Leila Dawney, Julian Brigstocke

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Abstract

We live in times of social, mental and environmental crisis. Can we learn to listen better to voices that escape the usual registers of meaning? Can doing so help us address these multiple ecological crises? The contributions to this book search for more sustainable, creative, and empowering relationships with the nonhuman and more-than-human world. The extensively illustrated collection of essays, stories, songs, drawings, and colour photographs explores creative ways of listening with the materials, energies and vitality of non-human life. Drawing on poetry, political activism, art, and academic research, the essays search for new ways of inhabiting a damaged world.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationListening with non-human others
EditorsJ. Brigstocke, T. Noorani
Place of PublicationLewes, UK
PublisherARN Press
Pages75-84
Number of pages10
ISBN (Print)9780957588219
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2016

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    Dawney, L., & Brigstocke, J. (2016). Into Eternity. In J. Brigstocke, & T. Noorani (Eds.), Listening with non-human others (pp. 75-84). ARN Press. http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/sociology/staff/blencowe/arn_press/listening_with_non-human_others_pdf.pdf