While it features occasional guests, Immanence is edited and mostly written by me, Adrian Ivakhiv. I’m a professor of environmental thought and cultural studies at the University of Vermont, where I teach, think, research, and write about topics found at the intersections of culture, ecology, identity, media, philosophy, religion, and the arts.
I’m the author of a recent book on the “ecologies” of film and cinema, an earlier book on pilgrimage, sacred space, and the politics of landscape, a couple of books in progress in eco-philosophy and cultural criticism, and several dozen scholarly articles and book chapters, popular publications, encyclopedia articles, and more.
You can find more information about me here, read an interview for the critical geography journal Society and Space here, or listen to an interview with Krista Tippett on her National Public Radio show “Speaking of Faith,” now called “On Being,” here.
And you can email me here.