Dissonant Temporalities of Care: Survivability in Evolution, Seed Saving, and Natural Products Research

Daphne Esquivel-Sada, Nathalia Hernández Vidal, and Alberto Morales 

Inspired by the “rough relationing” exercise, we engaged in co-thinking across our various research topics. Alberto’s inquiry into drug research efforts through multispecies relations of endangered amphibians; Daphne’s investigation of the genomic editing of evolutionary processes for conservation purposes; and Nathalia’s exploration of local seeds conservations practices. We accompany the graphic/visual representations of the different stages of our work process with excerpts of our materials (sounds, texts, discourses) and a narrative synopsis of our cross-research findings regarding temporalities of care and conservation. 



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Marleen Boschen (2022, February 23). Dissonant Temporalities of Care: Survivability in Evolution, Seed Saving, and Natural Products Research. Temporalities of Care in Conservation Environments. Retrieved May 30, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.58079/n2lu

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