Saskia Beudel


About Saskia Beudel

Saskia Beudel is the author of one novel, Borrowed Eyes, and two nonfiction works, A Country in Mind and Curating Sydney: Imagining the City’s Future (with Jill Bennett).  Her books have been shortlisted for the NSW Premier’s Literary Awards, the Dobbie Award and the Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature. In 2016 she was a fellow at the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society in Munich, and in 2018 she was an Environmental Humanities Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Edinburgh.

 

 

 


Articles about Saskia Beudel

Articles by Saskia Beudel

Going Under:
Robert Macfarlane’s Underland

Underland appears at a moment when the impacts of global warming are making themselves evident in tangible, unnerving, and demonstrable ways. For years, writers, humanities academics, artists and activists considered that the supposed remoteness of climate change was one of the greatest stumbling blocks in terms of conveying and apprehending its urgency... Now though, in an eerily poetic, vital and compelling passage early in the book, Macfarlane is able to create a list of great disturbances and ‘surfacings’.