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Katz Distinguished Lectures in the Humanities: Anna Tsing - Winter 2020

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Anna Tsing

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Publicity poster for Anna Tsing lecture

Research Guides available from the UW Libraries

The UW Libraries offers many Research Guides to help you to get started with research.  These research guides will include library resources relevant to research related to Anna Tsing's lecture.  You are encouraged to contact the librarians for these subjects for help with your research.  

"Feral Atlas and the More-than-Human Anthropocene" 

In this lecture, Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing will explore how digital visualization and storytelling might create a new community of resisters in this more-than-human Anthropocene.  The lecture, to be held on Tuesday, February 25, 2020 at 7:00 pm in Kane Hall 210, is free and open to all.  Read a brief description of the Lecture.  

This research guide includes resources published by Anna Tsing and related research.  All resources are available through the UW Libraries.  Everyone is welcome to visit a UW Library in person to access these resources.  UW students, faculty, and staff may access online resources from off campus using their UW Net ID.  

Anna's Recommended Readings

The following readings have been recommended by Anna Tsing for those who would like to learn more about the subject of her lecture.    


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Anna Tsing, 2018. “The New Wild,” The Clearing (December 2018) 
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Additional resources available from the UW Libraries

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