Deborah Bird Rose is a professor of social inclusion at Macquarie University, Sydney. Her work focuses on entwined social and ecological justice and is based on her long-term research with Aboriginal people in Australia. She coedits the Ecological Humanities section of the Australian Humanities Reviewand has written numerous essays and books, including Reports from a Wild Country: Ethics for Decolonisation (2005). Her current book project, Wild Dog Dreaming, explores ethical relationships with more-than-human others in this era of loss.
- “So the Future Can Come Forth from the Ground”