Mimi Gellman

Mimi Gellman, Associate Professor, ECUAD; PhD researcher, Queen’s University. Gellman’s current work involves looking at the relationship between Indigenous mapping and Indigenous “ways of knowing.” Gellman’s public art work “Invisible Rivers” in Toronto investigates animals and the environment by taking the scenery of the waterways and placing it above ground,… Read more

Heesoon Bai

Dr. Heesoon Bai, Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, SFU. Bai’s current research interests cluster around examining and deconstructing ontological and epistemological assumptions behind our cultural practices consisting of unsustainable life habits and choices that are having an increasingly detrimental effect on the contemporary world. In her publications, the philosophical analysis… Read more

Nancy Holmes

Nancy Holmes, Associate Professor, Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies, UBC Okanagan. “Eco Cultures” is an initiative at UBCO lead by Holmes and Castricano combining scholarly research and research-creation about ecological issues. Eco Art Incubator (SSHRC funded) lead by Nancy Holmes at UBCO is an umbrella under which students and… Read more

Dr. Leesa Fawcett

Dr. Leesa Fawcett, Associate Professor, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University. Fawcett currently researches animal agency, and investigates natural history at the intersection of feminist science and technology studies, and human and political ecology. Her earliest ethological work addresses human-animal conflicts —humpback whales caught in fishing gear. Her later work… Read more