“Published by the University of Chicago Press this year, ‘What Kind of Ancestor Do You Want to Be?’ explores the challenge of climate disruption and ecological disaster through poems, essays and interviews. By offering diverse responses from a worldly selection of multicultural voices, the book provokes examination and inspiration. At the same time, the collection delivers no easy answers. Instead, the responses are personal and detailed, thick with values and reflection.” The book is co-edited by Western Colorado University’s John Hausdoerffer, Dean of the Clark Family School of Environment and Sustainability.
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