Dark Green Gods: on hyperobjects, animism and the greening of religion

In Dark Green Religion, environmentalism intersects with religiosity to sanctify nature. It proposes a sacred view of the natural world, so could this be an answer to our ecological crises? In this webinar, Hannah Close, curator of Contemporary Spirituality, dialogues with Timothy Morton, one of the course teachers, about eco-spirituality, religion in the modern Western world, 'Nature' as a concept, hyperobjects (a term coined by Tim), and more.


Timothy Morton

Timothy is Rita Shea Guffey Chair in English at Rice University.

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Hannah Close

Hannah is a writer, photographer, curator and researcher exploring philosophy, ecology, culture and being alive in a world of relations.

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