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The Exchanges Discourse Podcast

Latest Episode: Season 4, Episode 13

Our first episode of 2024 sees a return of an old friend of the journal and podcast, as geography academic Catherine Price (University of Nottingham, UK) talks about her contributions to Exchanges. We start by talking about her conversation with Sophie Chao entitled Multispecies, More-Than-Human, Nonhuman, Other-Than-Human: Reimagining idioms of animacy in an age of planetary unmaking, which incidentally was one of our most downloaded papers of 2023. Moving on from that we turn to Catherine’s other paper in that issue which was concerned with the question Do we need Artificial Pollination if we have Multispecies Justice in the Anthropocene? We also reflect back on the reception for Anthropocene and More-Than-Human-World special issue of Exchanges from last March, before moving on to look at Catherine’s future work. As always, we close with some pointers and advice for would-be academic authors.

For more on publishing with Exchanges, see our ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠online guide for authors⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠. Or to read Catherine’s articles, visit:

Episode Index:

Catherine Price
  • 0:00 Opening
  • 0:47 Introductions
  • 5:19 Multispecies Paper
  • 11:30 Artificial Pollinators Paper
  • 15:15 Special Issue Reception
  • 17:40 Future Research
  • 18:55 Advice for Authors
  • 24:28 Closing & Outro


Since 2020, the Exchanges Discourse podcastLink opens in a new window has been a companion to the journal’s mission to engage in a discourse concerning early career researchers’ publishing experiences. Episodes frequently feature unfiltered and lively chat with past authors discussing their research, careers and publishing experiences.

Alternatively, a few episodes take focus in on specific aspects of the journal’s activities and mission.

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