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Danielle Celermajer Summertime - Shared screen with speaker view
Grace Garland
01:20:04
Thank you so much, desperate to read this. What has it been like as a writer, going 'back' to writing academic texts about this catastrophe after experiencing the greater 'freedom' of the creative fiction style?
James
01:25:47
I would like to ask Krithika - thanks for the interesting perspective, it may variously be called pragmatic or pessimistic. Do you think that the call to action is only to ameliorate or adapt to climate crisis, or does their remain a place for indirect, communicative political protest (e.g. Extinction rebellion)? Do you think that is an unwelcome diverting of energy towards a futile goal that seems obtainable only because of epistemic ignorance, energy better spent providing care and shoring up reserves for an inevitable quickening of instability?
James
01:33:12
Thanks, great answers. And to all for the wonderful talks
Tamara Mulherin
01:33:59
Thanks so much for this. As a person who's lived through terrifying bushfires and drought in North East Victoria; and as an environmental scientist I've lived with these fears for a long time. I now live in Edinburgh trying to finish my PhD, your book will top my post dissertation reading list.
Claire Duncanson
01:36:27
Just wonderful. Thank you Danni, all the respondents, and Critique for organising.
Grace Garland
01:36:34
Thank you so much Danny. This is surely the moment for courage and daring in writing.
magdalena zolkos
01:36:46
Thank you, wonderful event!