Subhankar Banerjee

Subhankar Banerjee is an artist, activist and public scholar. He was most recently cocurator (with Josie Lopez) of the exhibition Species in Peril Along the Rio Grande. Editor of Arctic Voices: Resistance at the Tipping Point  (Seven Stories Press, 2013), Subhankar is currently cowriting (with Ananda Banerjee, with drawings by laura c. carlson) a book on biological annihilation to be published by Seven Stories Press, and coediting (with T.J. Demos and Emily Eliza Scott) a book on contemporary art, visual culture and climate breakdown to be published by Routledge. He has spent two decades contributing to the multispecies justice campaigns to protect significant biological nurseries and human rights of the Indigenous peoples in Alaska’s Arctic. Subhankar is the Lannan Foundation Endowed Chair and a professor of Art & Ecology at the University of New Mexico.

Murder, Rape, and Torture: Fortress Conservation on Trial

The Kunming Declaration & Biodiversity Fund Set a Path Toward a More Just Global Biodiversity Framework

The United States Must Rejoin the Global Biodiversity Conservation Community

Bridge the North-South Divide for a UN Biodiversity Framework That is More Just

Biden on Biodiversity: the Silence and the Promise

One of the Best Ways to Protect Biodiversity is to Preserve Indigenous Languages

Species in Peril: Loss, Love and Protection

An Unknowable Tragedy: Sundarbans After Cyclone Amphan​

A “Wild” Tale of Two Nations

COVID-19 Lights Up Biological Annihilation

Biological Annihilation: a Planet in Loss Mode

On the Coverage of the Washington Mudslide

Beautiful Sunsets (and Sunrises) in Art

On Climate Impasse

Interpreting the Climate Impasse