Nov 16, 2018: Trudeau’s Indigenous Rights Framework ≠ Reconciliation

It’s more than oil. Extraction, beyond being an environmental concern, materially reinforces and deepens colonization. And extraction is a form of production that extends far beyond industrial projects like the oil sands. Extraction, around the globe, is required for the…

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Nov 15, 2018: A New Beginning

I’m back. Last year on November 1, 2017 I started an action-a-day durational practice. It lasted for almost two month.  This November (2018), I’m beginning again: this time, adding another month to this durational practice. So, you’ll be able to catch me…

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December 2, 2017: We Are All Treaty People

Today, I worked with an amazing Indigenous colleague and other fantastic feminist community collaborators to lead a new group through a blanket exercise. These women and I, have not had time to talk through what decolonization has to do with…

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November 25, 2017: The Cult of Presentism

This week, I’ve been reflecting on another of the ironies of the current moment. I’ve been spending a lot of time thinking about what the future could look like, if we organize now for other types of social life in…

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© 2019 Sheena Wilson, Associate Professor, University of Alberta
Principal Investigator: Feminist Energy Futures; Future Energy Systems’ Energy Humanities: Speculative Energy Futures and iDoc Projects
Co-founder and co-director of Petrocultures Research Group
Editor-in-chief, Imaginations Journal



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