Podcasts, Interviews, and More
Interview with Phaedra Carmen Pezzullo, University of Colorado, Boulder, for Communicating Care podcast, forthcoming 2023.
Interview with Aaron Goodman, Chemical Sensitivity Podcast, https://www.chemicalsensitivitypodcast.org/1970633/12467574-episode-22-bodily-natures-exploring-multiple-chemical-sensitivity-a-conversation-with-stacy-alaimo-ph-d
Interview with Kamea Chayne for Green Dreamer podcast, October 2022, “Our Bodies are the Anthropocene.” https://greendreamer.com/podcast/stacy-alaimo-deep-blue-ecologies
Podcast Interview, with Chris Richardson, This is Not a Pipe, February. 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8PiWF5tuDo
Podcast interview with Katie McKeown, for the New Books in Environmental Studies, New Books Network, about Exposed: Environmental Politics and Pleasures in Posthuman Times, March 2017: https://newbooksnetwork.com/stacy-alaimo-exposed-environmental-politics-and-pleasures-in-posthuman-times-u-minnesota-press-2016
Culture of Energy Podcast, #39, with Cymene Howe and Dominic Boyer, Center for Energy & Environmental Research in the Human Sciences Rice University. October 2016.
Chosen as one of the favorite podcasts of the year: https://cenhs.libsyn.com/ep-39-stacy-alaimo
Podcast interview with Brandon Fiedor for New Books Network, Critical Theory, about Bodily Natures: Science, Environment, and the Material Self. July 2013. https://newbooksnetwork.com/stacy-alaimo-bodily-natures-science-environment-and-the-material-self-indiana-up-2010
Interview with Jennifer Teets, “Deep Cuts, Chemicals, and Climate: An Interview with Stacy Alaimo on Transcorporeality,” for Body as Journal magazine, Lithuanian Culture Institute, 2022. https://asajournal.lt/articles/deep-cuts-chemicals-and-climate-an-interview-with-stacy-alaimo-on-transcorporeality/
Interview with Dr. Julia Tofantšuk,, “Transcorporeality: An interview with Stacy Alaimo by Julia Kuznetski (formerly Tofantšuk),” English and Spanish, in a special 10th anniversary issue of Ecozon@, 11. 2. Autumn 2020: 137-146. Translated into Estonian and Japanese. https://ecozona.eu/article/view/3478
“Immersed, Unmoored, Ungrounded,” Interview with Michelle Geraerts and Max Litjens for Simulacrum x Fiber(Amsterdam) for a special issue inspired by Alaimo’s book Exposed, “Practicing Exposure.” Fall 2019
Interview for MLA Commons, The Commons Newswire, with Jeffrey Jerome Cohen, Sharon O’Dare, and Stephanie LeMenager “Group Spotlight: Ecocriticism and the Environmental Humanities,” 2015 http://thewire.commons.mla.org/ecocriticism-environmental-humanities/
Interview with Helena Feder. “Changing Nature: Stacy Alaimo and Cary Wolfe at ASLE” ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment (2014): 1-21.
Video interview with Peter Shea, for “The Bat of Minerva.” University of Minnesota, Institute for Advanced Study. http://ias.umn.edu/media/BatofMinerva.php; http://ias.umn.edu/2009/11/03/alaimo-stacy-2/
For the University of Oregon
Interview with Lauren Hodges, “Depth Perception: Art and Science Meet in Deep-Sea Conservation,” https://research.uoregon.edu/about/announcements/depth-perception-art-and-science-meet-deep-sea-conservation?fbclid=IwAR2F0A5Ot9snDj_jLDBkdC6VnvNSfaaosWUQpcxeXIGWIKDSIlmWgxoVTqQ
Video interview with Paul Peppis, Oregon Humanities Center, University of Oregon, Fall 2019. https://youtu.be/6WM8DpGckgA; https://soundcloud.com/oregonhumanitiescenter/uo-today-with-stacy-alaimo
Interview with Dr. Liz Bohls for newsletter, English Department, U of Oregon, Spring 2019.
For University of Texas at Arlington
“Alaimo Mulls Humanity, Nature.” Interviewed by Charlotte Whitely for the College of Liberal Arts Newsroom. Fall 2013. http://utalibartsnews.wordpress.com/2013/10/24/qa-alaimo-mulls-humanity-nature/
“English’s Alaimo Researches Art, Animals.” Interviewed by Karla Cano. http://utalibartsnews.wordpress.com/2011/10/10/englishs-alaimo-researches-art-animals/
“Visiting Scholars Gain New Perspectives at UTA.” College of Liberal Arts News Room. March 2013. https://utalibartsnews.wordpress.com/2013/03/06/visiting-scholars-gain-new-perspectives-at-uta/