In this episode, Ysabel Muñoz Martínez shares and reflects on “El Monte en Rojo: Entrelazando literatura, etnografía y botánica en Cuba” together with Diana Valencia Duarte and Diana Rodriguez Cala.
Ysabel Muñoz Martínez (she/her) is a PhD candidate in English Literature at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, where she works with the transdisciplinary project “Narrating Sustainability.” She holds a bachelor in Letters from the University of Havana (2017) and received a Chevening scholarship to complete the MLitt. Environment, Culture and Communication at the University of Glasgow (2021). Ysabel is an environmental humanities scholar whose research interests include Caribbean culture, material ecocriticism, ecofeminism, post/decolonial studies and affect theory. As an activist, she has written several articles and participated in campaigns and conferences working towards sustainability in the Caribbean context.
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This show is hosted, produced, and edited by Natalie Wilkinson, with music provided by Natalie Wilkinson and Christine Murphy. Special thanks to Emma Moesswilde and Elizabeth Hameeteman. More Ecotones Now? Check out Season 1 here. Thanks for listening!