Jill Didur


Jill Didur is Co-Director of the Speculative Life research cluster at Milieux and Professor in English at Concordia University. Didur is also the Director of the Critical Anthropocene Research Group (CARG), a collaboration with faculty in Geography Planning and the Environment and English that investigates the cultural, historical and political roots of human-induced climate change with an emphasis on its origins in the history of empire, race,and globalization.

She is co-editor of Global Ecologies and the Environmental Humanities:Postcolonial Approaches and author of Unsettling Partition: Literature, Gender, Memory. She is completing a co-edited volume with Nalini Mohabir, (Post)Colonial Ports: Place and NonPlace in the Ecotone (forthcoming, 2024).

Didur supervises graduate students working in a wide range of areas, including the environmental humanities, critical Anthropocene studies, postcolonial and decolonial studies, contemporary literature and theory, South Asian literature in English, and critical posthumanism and plant studies.

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