"I most appreciated the company of fellow travelers at the speed of thought."
Adrian Ivakhiv is the Steven Rubenstein Professor for Environment and Natural Resources, and a Professor of Environmental Thought and Culture at the University of Vermont’s Rubenstein School. His research is focused at the intersections of ecology, culture, media, religion, and philosophy. His books include Claiming Sacred Ground: Pilgrims and Politics at Glastonbury and Sedona (Indiana University Press, 2001), Ecologies of the Moving Image: Cinema, Affect, Nature (Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2013), and the forthcoming Shadowing the Anthropocene: Eco-Realism for Turbulent Times (Punctum Books, 2018). Prof. Ivakhiv has served as president of the Environmental Studies Association of Canada, an executive editor of the Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature (Thoemmes Continuum Press, 2005), and on the editorial boards of several journals and two book series in the environmental humanities. He blogs at http://blog.uvm.edu/immanence.
Current Job Title
- Professor of Environmental Thought and Culture; Steven Rubenstein Professor for Environment and Natural Resources, University of Vermont