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The history of ecological storytelling, from paleolithic cave dwellers’ depictions suggesting a unity with nature, to utopian promises and dystopian warnings, illustrates an evolving sense of human relational identity to nature. Within the context of evolving philosophies and ecologies, The Ecopoesis Project at California College of the Arts is a multi-year sequence of collaborative, interdisciplinary think-tanks exploring front-line concerns around ecology, climate, and spatial expression. As a project leader in this collaboration between CCA’s MFA Writing Program and Architectural Ecologies Lab, see https://www.architecturalecologies.cca.edu/research/ecopoesis for information on this interdisciplinary discussion of ecologies as form and language.

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