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Strange Natures: Futurity, Empathy, and the Queer Ecological Imagination

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Strangeby Nicole Seymour
Reviewed by Angel Curtis

Let me warn you up front—this book is not a light read on the latest thinking about how queers interact with the planet. Instead, it looks at how issues surrounding class, race, and sex impact and inform our view of the environment, allow us to be comfortable with exploitations, and steer us to a not-so-great future. This book offers up a different view, one that is set in a queer environmental ethic. Written in a way that makes these very important ideas accessible to the non-academic, this book is worth a read. University of Illinois Press (press.uillinois.edu).

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