Society of Scholars Cohort Archive
The Society of Scholars is an intellectual community of humanists of diverse generations, academic ranks, and departmental affiliations who contribute to and learn from one another’s work. Each year, approximately eight faculty and three dissertation research fellowships support members of the Society of Scholars. Scholars in year-long residence at the University of Washington may be invited to participate as well. The group meets biweekly throughout the year to discuss their research in progress.
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Cleo Wölfle Hazard (he/him/his)
Underflows: Transfiguring Rivers, Queering Ecology
Underflows theorizes relations to rivers across disciplines and field sites, demonstrating how a queer trans feminist practice of science can transfigure water and salmon governance. Thinking with queer-of-color and trans scholars about environmental politics can activate solidarity across Indigenous, Black, Brown, and Queer radical traditions. Grounded in my salmon ecology research and queer performance and politics, the book simultaneously queers river sciences, transfigures relations among river-shapers, and grounds queer trans feminist theory in damaged but vibrant riverscapes.