Adrian Ivakhiv (Can)
Adrian Ivakhiv is Professor of Environmental Thought and Culture at the University of Vermont, where he co-leads EcoCultureLab, a collaboratory for ecology, arts, and the future. His books include Shadowing the Anthropocene: Eco-Realism for Turbulent Times (2018), Ecologies of the Moving Image: Cinema, Affect, Nature (2013), Claiming Sacred Ground: Pilgrims and Politics at Glastonbury and Sedona (2001), and the co-edited Routledge Handbook of Ecomedia Studies (2023). His current projects include the monograph The New Lives of Images: Digital Ecologies and Anthropocene Imaginaries in More-than-Human Worlds and the anthology Terra Invicta: Ukrainian Wartime Reimaginings for a Habitable Earth. He co-edits Media+Environment journal and is currently a Fulbright Scholar (Germany/Ukraine) and Cinepoetics Fellow at Freie Universität Berlin. He blogs at Immanence: Ecoculture, Geophilosophy, MediaPolitics(blog.uvm.edu/immanence) and UKR-TAZ: A Ukrainian Temporary Autonomous Zone (blog.uvm.edu/aivakhiv-ukrtaz/).