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Affective ecologies: Braiding urban worlds in Darwin, Australia

Emerging research on Anthropocene urbanism shows a commitment to human-nature centred futures and environmental justice but fails to engage with the language of race. Thinking the Anthropocene through race, however, has the potential to decolonise dominant apocalyptic narratives of climate change and provide insights into imaginaries of diverse urban futures…

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Making the geologic with urban naturecultures: Life and nonlife on the Victorian Volcanic Plains grasslands of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

This paper emphasises the generative qualities of the Anthropocene to explore how the geological turn with its interplay of life and nonlife might prompt new urban natureculture imaginaries and practices…

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