Cara Judea Alhadeff
Dr. Cara Judea Alhadeff has published dozens of books and essays on climate justice, animism, interfaith spirituality, critical philosophy, performance studies, sexuality, and ethnic studies. Exploring the intersections of global-corporatocracy, petroleum-parenting, social ecology/permaculture, alternative economics, eroticism, and the pharma-addictive medical industry, her work has been endorsed by Noam Chomsky, Bill McKibben, James Hansen, Paul Hawken, SHK-G HumptyHump, Thom Hartmann, Eve Ensler, Alphonso Lingus, Avital Ronell, and Lucy Lippard among other activists, scholars, and artists. Her photographs and performance-videos are in private and public collections including MoMASalzburg and SanFrancisco MoMA, and have been defended internationally by freedom-of-speech organizations. Her collaborations include international choreographers, composers, poets, sculptors, architects, scientists. Alongside Vandana Shiva and Desmond Tutu, Alhadeff received the Random Kindness Award, 2020. Former professor at UC Santa Cruz and Global Center for Advanced Studies and Program Director for Jews Of The Earth, Alhadeff teaches, performs, and parents a creative-zero-waste life. She lives with her husband, Wild Menagerie and their son, Zazu, in a biocentric art installation converted school bus: www.carajudea.com; www.zazudreams.com
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