Anthropocene Feminism Reviewed in the Glasgow Review of Books

The Glasgow Review of Books has reviewed C21’s latest publication, Anthropocene Feminism. In her essay “Whose Anthropocene?,” author Kate Lewis Hood assesses the collection in terms of its potential to generate new modes of critical and experimental thought and praxis in the interdisciplinary humanities. She writes,

“Combining literary and cultural criticism, philosophy, anthropology, earth science, and visual art practice, the collection invites thought that is cross-disciplinary, exploratory, and unpredictable, sometimes even counterintuitive. Presented together, these different ways of knowing and imagining open up possibilities for working otherwise to the “ecological rationality” that [philosopher Val] Plumwood saw to be so damaging.”

Read the full review here.