An artificial fog regularly envelops the bridge connecting piers 15 and 17 in the San Francisco harbor. Fujiko Nakaya, an artist known for her many fog sculptures, installed Fog Bridge #72494 in 2013, when it was launched with the reopening of the Exploratorium science museum.
As an undergraduate, I was fascinated by teeth. In organismal biology, teeth often tell the story: based on their shape, number, composition, and condition, we can infer how an animal amassed food, how it migrated, or how it diverged from similar creatures.
Usaré este espacio para recoger algunas reflexiones personales sobre la práctica decolonial y participativa de la Historia Ambiental – así como mi pertenencia disciplinar.
Much of what we consider to be early radical first wave feminist work does not go beyond written texts. Hoping to disrupt this trend, I contend, however, that there is a different, much dirtier text, being written upon by those women who would never be given access to paper and pen. They would write their legacies in the ground.
Antarctica is a place that humans only visit. People head south for a season or a once-in-a-lifetime-tour voyage, but then they return home to other parts of the world.