Today’s queer youth are more interested in farming than ever. Eliza Pessereau surveyed members of the Queer Farmer Listserv to understand their challenges and motivations for going “back to the land.”
Developing a theory of kink ecology, Madeleine Bavley imagines a more pleasurable future for the environmental movement.
Amelia Carter maps the shifting geography and queer ecologies of a popular gay resort spot.
Greta LaFleur’s new book, The Natural History of Sexuality in Early America, shows how desire was produced in surprising ways alongside taxonomies of plants and racial difference in early British colonial texts.
An ecocritic had just finished a book chapter on Sherman Alexie’s poetry when accusations about his sexual misconduct went viral last spring. She asks if environmental humanities scholars should continue to engage with the work of abusers, and why certain writers and scholars come to dominate our archives in the first place.
A late eighteenth-century painting of a moment that never happened illuminates our complex struggles with how to “deal with” the past.