Weathering the Modern Tempest

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Abstract

Can you sense climate change? A preposterous question perhaps, as we’ve all become used to distinguishing between ‘the weather’ and ‘the climate’. But while this distinction has served important purposes, perhaps it is time to rethink it. Learning from feminist scholarship that calls attention to the body as site, source, and archive of knowledge about its environment (e.g. Irigaray & Marder 2016), as well as Kath Weston’s (2017) revaluation of the senses as ways of figuring out relations between weather and climate, we seek to explore how a focus on sensed experience can help us bring to light the uneven and fraught realities of climate change.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 5 Apr 2023

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