From a Modern/Colonial Sensorium to Relational Response-ability: Listening Into What Separation Has to Say (2023)

Sarah Amsler
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Dedication – to life cut on the sharp side of separation I dedicate this essay to the heartbreak on the sharp side of the sadness of separation. Every pulse and river that has been silenced by insensibility to life’s gifts of companionship and cries for care. Every species, kind, and gender sentenced to death for their illegibility, unprofitability, their queer intimacy with the mysteries and reciprocities of creation. Every relation of every victim of every scale of every act of extraction, enslavement, genocide, ecocide, epistemicide, and linguicide that is committed by the white colonial capitalist heteropatriarchal human West.
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last modified06/03/2023
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published inJournal of Sonic Studies
portal issue24. Issue 24

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