Esme G. Murdock is Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Associate Director of the Institute for Ethics and Public Affairs at San Diego State University. Her research explores the intersections of social/political relations and environmental health, integrity, and agency.
Specifically, her work troubles the purported stability of dominant, largely Euro-descendent, and settler colonial philosophies through centering conceptions of land and relating to land found within African American, Afro-diasporic, and Indigenous eco-philosophies. She has published in Environmental Values, the Journal of Global Ethics, and Hypatia.
CONTRIBUTIONS TO HUMANS & NATURE:
- Troubling Ecological Citizenship: Expanding Our Minds and Hearts to See the More-Than-Human World as Our Relations
From Minding Nature’s Spring 2020, Volume 13, Number 2 issue.