The FEELed Lab is a collaborative and interdisciplinary environmental humanities field lab located on unceded Syilx territory in Kelowna, BC.

2022 Workshops

23-31 May 2022: Listening, Attuning: FEH Summer Intensive
13 May 2022:
FIRE + WATER: Creative and Critical Perspectives from the Okanagan Watershed and Beyond
12 March 2022: Woodhaven Traditional Knowledge/ Land Use Gathering and Circle

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Littoral Listening 2021-2022: in practice, an archive

In 2021 the FEELed Lab started a semi-regular, online convening of interested folks from different and same time zones. The idea was to have a reading group that would prioritize listening and ask little preparation of participants. We named this gathering Littoral Listening, calling on the land/water transition space for inspiration.

Green and orange close up of lichen as viewed through a viewing glass

Fringe Natures #8: Lichen Love (What’s your commitment?)

Although the FEELed Labbers are mostly on summer rest, we couldn’t miss the opportunity to join forces with FCCS 2090 (no, that is not a typo) Woodhaven Artist-in-Residence, Tessa Zettel, to conjure up a bit of lichen love. Tessa was visiting sylix territories on behalf of the T. Rudzenskaite Memorial Amateur Lichenologists Society, which has… Continue reading Fringe Natures #8: Lichen Love (What’s your commitment?)

Elsewhere participant Renyu: Listening, Attuning

Below, Renyu, a participant in the Listening, Attuning summer symposium offers a reflection in response to the question: “how gathering/conversation with others across difference is a key research method” (Flash back) Day 1 I went to the chatroom, and seen strange anonymous postings… I interpret smile in wrong way/ maybe I don’t believe in feminism… Continue reading Elsewhere participant Renyu: Listening, Attuning


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The FEELed Lab is supported by the Canada Research Chair in Feminist Environmental Humanities, working across the Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies and the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the UBC Okanagan.