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This is the eighth issue of Emerging Voices, which began life just over two years ago. Our quarterly site seeks to address the personal and the political, the artistic and the quotidian, the local and the global. We make space for original, marginal voices who challenge conventional wisdom.
Conversations on Crises is a new feature focusing on global issues. Climate breakdown will be an ongoing topic, as will such concerns as Big Tech, Western powers’ foreign policy and other new and renewed threats to world stability.
Our January 2020 issue features Rachel Jacobs’ Future Machine, her invention to creatively grapple with climate change. Biddy Peppin’s art and text reflect her painting as a way of making order in tough times. I’ve written on Brexit. And we honour the late writer and thinker Carole Satyamurti whose brilliant poetry is an ongoing inspiration.
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The early support and input of Gillian Dalley, Ph.D., was critical in bringing Emerging Voices into being. Kendall Perry's visual sense and editing make the site come alive. Rachel Jacobs, Ph.D., is a critical partner in decision-making and in reaching out to readers.
Rose Levinson Ph.D.
Founder and editor
Join Conversations on Crisis - Live on Zoom
Meeting ID: 131 351 628
Little did any of us know that an all-enveloping planetary emergency would strike with such immediate and sudden impact as has the coronavirus. Climate breakdown is a less visible crisis, though no less catastrophic. And there are links between the two.
Our goal at this unprecedented moment is to open another communal space for people to meet online and find connecting points as we grapple with overarching dangers. We will be considering how the Covid 19 outbreak relates to our abuse of the environment and to larger issues around climate change.
Can we expect the pandemic to lead to any permanent, positive changes in how we relate to our environment? What is a best case scenario/worst case for how Covid 19 will unfold, both in terms of the pandemic itself and in terms of climate?
Join us for a conversation on crises, addressing Covid-19 and its links to climate change. The podcast will be Thursday, April 16, 6 to 7 p.m. Greenwich Mean Time and will feature Dr. Rachel Jacobs (artist, researcher, creator of the Future Machine) with Rose Levinson. We hope you'll call in and add your voice.