Multispecies Justice


What are the possibilities for multispecies justice? How do social justice struggles intersect with the lives of animals, plants, and other creatures?

In this project, leading thinkers in anthropology, geography, philosophy, speculative fiction, poetry, and contemporary art address these questions from diverse grounded locations. Engaging with ideas about environmental justice, restorative justice, and other species of justice, they hold open the possibility of flourishing in multispecies worlds, present and to come.

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