An article by CENHS predoctoral fellow Derek Woods on the activist art project Fossilized in Houston. Fossilized was begun by former CENHS postdoctoral fellow Matthew Schneider- Mayerson in 2015 to draw attention to the relationship between species extinction and climate change. Watch for further developments of the project this fall.
CENHS Postdoc Matthew Schneider-Mayerson’s great new art project draws attention to the relationship between climate change and the extinction of animal species. Learn more and order stickers, posters, and lawn signs here. Matthew’s project involves the collaboration of local artists. Fossilized in Houston is made possible by the Idea Fund. Houston, Climate Change, and the Ongoing Mass Extinction […]
Claire Colebrook’s new books Death of the PostHuman: Essays on Extinction, Vol. 1 and Sex after Life: Essays on Extinction, Vol. 2 are now available the Critical Climate Change Series at Open Humanities Press, an open access press affiliated with the University of Michigan Press. The considerable advantage of OHP is that all of its books are free and downloadable […]