Stories on alternative teaching practices, decolonial methodologies of research, and the production of tools of learning and engaging with the world around us in ways that are non-extractive and regenerative. Recipes and potions that bring forward stories, histories, and wisdom of care of our bodies, social, and ecological environments.
Contributors: Silvia Federici, Lisa Brock, Elizabeth Hoover, Rebecca Yoshino, Dalida Maria Benfield, and others.
Edited by Pelin Tan and Malkit Shoshan / New York
Illustrated by Michael Leung / Hong Kong
Hosted by Woodbine/NY and the Center for Arts, Design and Social Research (CAD+SR), Bard College Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College the Human Rights Program.