Environmental Cultural Studies Through Time: The Luso-Hispanic World

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Kata Beilin
Kathleen Connolly
Micah McKay

Hispanic Issues Online

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Environmental Cultural Studies is a transdisciplinary field that examines relationships between power structures and every day practices of adaptation and resistance, where power fluxes are conducted not only by humans but also non-human forms of life and matter. This platform allows for a multidimensional understanding of the processes which are simultaneously cultural and environmental in the context of today’s conjoined crises: ecologic, political, economic and, as we argue, also conceptual and discursive.