Critical Materialism with Tyler Tully

Sam Mickey

This week’s episode of the Forum on Religion and Ecology podcast features Tyler M. Tully, a doctoral candidate in religious studies and the Arthur Peacocke Graduate Scholar in Science and Religion at the University of Oxford. He talks about his work at the intersection of Indigenous religion, critical race theory, traditional ecological knowledge (TEK), secularism, colonialism, and (post)humanism. He also discusses his dissertation, “Critical Materialisms: Power, Place, and Personhood in White and Black 'Red' Spaces.”

Learn more about Tyler's work HERE.

You can find more information about Indigenous traditions on the Forum website.

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An archive of previous episodes can be found here, with audio versions available here.