Contributors’ Biographies

Subhankar Banerjee’s photography and writing explore eco-cultural relationships between human and nonhuman biotic communities and varieties of anthropogenic environmental violence, including climate change, and have engaged with three geographies so far: the Arctic; desert of the southwestern United States; and the coastal temperate old-growth rainforests of the Pacific Northwest. His photographs have been exhibited widely, including in the Rights of Nature: Art in Ecology in the Americas exhibition at the Nottingham Contemporary and All Our Relations of the 18th Biennale of Sydney. His most recent book is an anthology he edited, Arctic Voices: Resistance at the Tipping Point (2013). He has received several awards, including ...

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