The Cultural Lives of Climate Change is a book length project that addresses the unique ways cultural production–film, installation art, traveling museum exhibitions, cli-fi, collaborations between writers and scientists–models the relationship between the vast scale of planetary change and the daily lived experiences of people contributing to and suffering from climate change.  This book also serves as a meditation on the methodological challenges for environmental humanities research, combining as it does fieldwork, textual analysis, and digital and image production.  Over 2017-2018 I will be traveling to Louisiana and Antarctica to conduct research for this book.  Notes and observations from those sites will be published in real time here under the "Fields Notes" section.  

Essays from this project are forthcoming in several venues and will be linked in the "Essays and Articles" section.