The Anthtopocene’s animal? Coywolves as feral cotravelers
November 13 @ 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Stephanie Rutherford is an Associate Professor in the Trent School of the Environment, and also teaches and advises in the MA and PhD programs in Sustainability Studies, Cultural Studies, and Canadian and Indigenous Studies. She is the co-author of Historical Animal Geographies, published in 2018.
In Canadian cities and towns their presence is well known and feared. The coywolf is “an unsettled mixture” crossing the supposed species lines between wolf, coyote, and dog; the spatial assignments of wild, rural, and urban.