In this episode, Ana Sekulić shares her piece “Problems of Place: On Finding Self In Scholarship.”
Dr. Ana Sekulić (she/her) recently received her PhD in Ottoman History from Princeton University. Her dissertation, “Conversion of the Landscape: Environment and Religious Politics in an Early Modern Ottoman Town,” examines how religious change and interactions between Catholic and Muslim communities found expression in the natural environment of Ottoman Bosnia. Ana’s research explores intersections of religious thought, cultural history, and the natural world.
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Notes and Further Reading
– Albert Bordeaux, La Bosnie populaire (Paris: Librarie Plon, 1904).
– Char Miller, “Foreword,” in Wilderness and the American Mind by Roderick Nash (New Haven, CT: Yale University 2014).
– Eli Claire, Exile and Pride: Disability, Queerness, and Liberation (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2015).
– Sarah Jacquette Ray, “Risking Bodies in the Wild: The ‘Corporeal Unconscious’ of American Adventure Culture,” in Disability Studies and Environmental Humanities: Toward an Eco-Crip Theory, ed. Sarah Jacquette Ray and Jay Sibara (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 2017).
– Alison Kafer, “Bodies of Nature: The Environmental Politics of Disability,” in Disability Studies and Environmental Humanities, ed. Ray and Sibara.
– Simon Schama, Landscape and Memory (New York, NY: Vintage Books, 1995).
This show is produced and edited by Emma Moesswilde and Natalie Wilkinson, with music provided by Natalie Wilkinson and Christine Murphy. Special thanks to Elizabeth Hameeteman. For more on Ecotones Now, click here. Thanks for listening!