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In the Eastern James Bay Cree Nation, a region known as Eeyou Istchee, water (neebee/Nîpîy) is a multiplicity of things and qualities: it is quantified as potentials in the reservoirs of HydroQuébec’s hydroelectric power generating system; it is also a mobile element in the hydrological cycle,...
While most Canadians have access to potable drinking water, those without are overwhelmingly Indigenous people living on reserves, constituting a racialised form of water injustice. Suicide rates for First Nations are also disproportionate to the general population, but lessor known is the...
This paper focuses on two recurring cinematic spaces of water: the sea and shore and the furo (Japanese bathroom) in the films of the contemporary Japanese auteur Kore-eda Hirokazu.1 To develop a somatechnical perspective to address the dynamics between water, bodies and technologies, I deploy...
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