The Language of Ecology: Lessons for the Eco-Crisis

Conversations  |  General  |  English  |  1 hr

14 Nov Sun, 12pm - 1pm
Festival Pass  - $16 (Early Bird) | $20 (Regular)
location SISTIC Live
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How is ecology intertwined in our everyday lives? How can we listen to the lessons that our ancestral lands have to teach us? How can the language we use help us to form more conscious relationships with the land, and relationships that are centered on kinship and care? Join this conversation as the authors ruminate on what it means to use words, stories, and ancestral knowledge to navigate the eco-crisis and our climate-changed world.

This programme is co-presented with Ethos Books and includes a live Q&A towards the end of the session.

Writers / Presenters



Diana Rahim is an editor, writer, and occasional visual artist currently working in a non-profit organisation. Her present work across mediums have focused on the politics of public space, the human experience and relationship with the environment, and issues pertaining to Muslim women in Singapore.