How Forests Think: Toward a Beyond-the-Human Anthropology, Eduardo Kohn

In other words, the flux of living thoughts is the ongoing signifying ecology that is life. This review is written by Daniele Valisena Do dogs dream? What do those dreams tell about us? Why should it matter to us? And who is “us”? Those are but some of the questions that Eduardo Koch learnt to … Continue reading “How Forests Think: Toward a Beyond-the-Human Anthropology, Eduardo Kohn”

The Interruptor: A (late) review of Learning to Die in the Anthropocene

“No matter how many people take to the streets in massive marches or in targeted direct actions, they cannot put their hands on the real flows of power, because they do not help produce it. They only consume.” (p. 60) In the end of last semester, our division’s reading group discussed Learning to Die in … Continue reading “The Interruptor: A (late) review of Learning to Die in the Anthropocene”

The beginning of the “Those who have more than enough on their plate but just want to read more” Reading Group

A new reading group saw the daylight here at the Division just recently. The initiative was taken by a few people from the EHL and then spread to others interested at the Division. The aim of the group is to collectively read a book each month, discussing it and writing a short reflection piece. That … Continue reading “The beginning of the “Those who have more than enough on their plate but just want to read more” Reading Group”