Junyu Ke

Junyu Ke is a PhD student in Theory and Criticism and a participant in the Collaborative Specialization in Environment and Sustainability at Western University. She has a MA in Cultural Studies from Queen’s University. Her research focuses on embodiment, environmental philosophy, and ecological consciousness.

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Wolves are elusive animals. Occupying public imagination as well as vast terrain, their story has been writ large for centuries through song, ceremony, children’s literature, visual arts, and public policy....

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