One additional writing project is Deceleration, an online journal of environmental justice thought and practice I co-edit with environmental journalist/activist Greg Harman. It’s a space that serves as a receptacle for a lot of my activist energies and eco-theoretical impulses. Our goal with Deceleration has been to cultivate an institutional space outside of journalism and academia for community-based EJ news reporting and theory, inspired by intellectual and political movements around the world for degrowth, buen vivir, the right to the city, and the rights of nature/mother earth.
Read more about our vision and mission here.
For a deeper dive into the embodied theory/praxis that informs the site, see this essay, published in Academic Labor: Research and Artistry.
And here are some of the pieces I’ve done for the site in the last couple years:
- “Let’s Meet Up by the Water: A Reportback from ASLE 2017“
- “The Fire of Fox is Within You“
- “The Birds and Dogs of Latinx Eco-Comix“
- “Flip That House: Turning Gentrification into Political Art“
- “Beyond DACA: Toward a Native Understanding of Nationhood“
- “Interfaces 1 (Government Hill)“
- “What Occupy ICE SATX Needs You To Know (And Do)“
- “The Courage to Question“
- “Energy Dusk to Energy Dawn: JT Deely (1977-2018)“
- “Climate Flash Choir Brings ‘Joyful Militancy’ to City Council“
- “In Praise of Nuisance Heronries (Part I)“
- “In Praise of Nuisance Heronries (Part II)“
- “Decelerator of the Year (Or, Type Slowly)“
- “Poetry as Citizen Science“
- “‘We Demand a More Care-Full World!’ & Other COVID Statements We Like“
- “Rights of Nature Arrives in San Antonio“
- “Fabiola Ochoa Torralba On Decolonizing Dance“
Also know this: Deceleration is always looking for contributing writers and mediamakers, so if our interests and emphases resonate with your own, pitch us at email@example.com.
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