Dr. Lilian Pearce is a lecturer in environmental humanities at La Trobe University’s Centre for the Study of the Inland and research fellow at the University of Tasmania. She holds a Bachelor of Science with honours (UTAS) and a PhD in environmental history (ANU). She has a particular interest in issues of social and environmental justice and how environmental management practices do political work. Her most recent essay, “The Politics of Contaminated Kin” appears in Kinship: Belonging in a World of Relations (eds. Gavin Van Horn, Robin Wall Kimmerer & John Hausdoerffer, Center for Humans and Nature Press, 2021).
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