NecroecologyCollege of Arts and Sciences and The Arts and Humanities Institute, Boise State University, [Boise, ID] (2015)
The talk will introduce and explicate the neologism “necroecology” as a critical, philosophical approach for studying human-nonhuman relations in the context of colonialism and its continuing aftermath alongside naming an aesthetic that originates in the mid-nineteenth century as an epiphenomenon of the Indian Mutiny of 1857, and which is best comprehended in contrast to the better known nineteenth-century aesthetic of the picturesque.
Publication DateSeptember 10, 2015
Citation InformationGautam Basu Thakur. "Necroecology" College of Arts and Sciences and The Arts and Humanities Institute, Boise State University, [Boise, ID] (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/gautam_basu_thakur/37/