Category Archives: Susan Hawthorne
In her opening statement Hawthorne lays out our problem and our solution: Disconnection is critical for a system based on profit. By contrast, biodiversity relies on connection and relationship. If DISPOSABLE PEOPLE is depressing, WILD POLITICS provides an inspiring antidote … Continue reading
From the physical sciences comes the theory that all life is interconnected, that even the gentle movement of a butterfly’s wing can connect to vast and distant changes and consequences. The pages of this book are like those frail wings; … Continue reading
Hawthorne, Susan & Bronwyn Winter eds. After Shock: September 11, 2001 / Global Feminist Perspectives. 2003. Raincoast Books, Vancouver, BC.
“There are a hundred ways to be a good citizen, and one of them is to look, finally, at things we don’t want to see.” Barbara Kingsolver in After Shock This volume was originally published as SEPTEMBER 11, 2001: Feminist … Continue reading