DescriptionHuman bodies are queer ecologies, comprised of hundreds of species and unique biological niches. How might we understand the interspecies interactions, reproductions and communications occurring in these niches? How do these communications influence human interactions, emotions and communications? How do human interactions, emotions and communications influence these ecologies? How can considering our bodies as queer ecologies affect our understanding of the complex, more‐than‐human biotechosocial networks and communities in which we exist?
|Period||19 Jul 2019|
|Event title||14th Annual Limina Conference: "Humanifesto"|
|Degree of Recognition||Local|
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Research output: Thesis › Doctoral Thesis