Main Program | Eco Feminism: Earthly Connections


 
 
27 Oct 2022 11:30 - 12:30
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Indus Restaurant. Festival Hub @Taman Baca (Google Maps)
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Saras Dewi, Doctor of Philosophy and author of Ecophenomenology, and Esther Vincent Xueming, author of Red Earth, an ecofeminist poetry collection, discuss the connections between feminism, healing, and ecology and how to make kin with our planet.

Saras Dewi seorang Doktor Filsafat dan penulis Ecophenomenology, dan Esther Vincent Xueming penulis kumpulan puisi Red Earth, penyembuhan dan ekologi serta bagaimana menjalin hubungan baik dengan planet kita. 

Featuring

Esther Vincent Xueming

Esther Vincent Xueming, is an editor, poet, and educator. She is the Editor-in-chief and Founder of The Tiger Moth Review, an eco journal of art & literature based in Singapore, and …


Arin Alycia Fong

Arin Alycia Fong writes fiction, nonfiction and poetry and is the Senior Editor at Ethos Books based in Singapore. She has a Master of Arts (MA) in Creative Writing from …


Saras Dewi

Saras Dewi Putri is a Balinese poet, activist, and academic. She is a lecturer at the University of Indonesia in the fields of Ecofeminism, Ecological Philosophy, Eastern Philosophy, Literary Philosophy, …



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