… and African Wildlife in Ulrich Seidl’s Safari,” Studi Culturali, no. 3 (2019):
“The Archive and the Lake. Eco-memory, Toxic Labor and the Making of the Commons in Rome, Italy,” Environmental Humanities 11, no. 1 (2019): 194-215.
“Between Pachamama and Mother Earth: Gender, Political Ontology and the Rights of Nature in Contemporary Bolivia,” Feminist Review 118 (2018): 25-40.
“Species, Nature and the Politics of the Common: From Virno to Simondon,” South Atlantic Quarterly 116, no 2, (2017): 237-255 (invited).
“Composing with Gaia: Isabelle Stengers and the Feminist Politics of the Earth,” PhaenEx…
Miriam Tola is assistant professor in Environmental Humanities at the University of Lausanne. She specializes in feminist and decolonial theory, political ecology and the study of activist and aesthetic practices for gender, racial and environmental justice. Her current book project focuses on the potential of the commons as path for making futures in the ruins of extractive capitalism. Her articles on the Anthropocene, the politics of the commons and the rights of nature have appeared in journals such as Theory & Event, South Atlantic Quarterly, Feminist Review, Environmental Humanities and Studi Culturali.