Sabina Aguilera is a Mexican Ethnologist who has been working for more than 20 years among the Ralámuli People living in northern Mexico. She has obtained her academic degrees in Mexico, Holland and Germany. Currently she is an independent researcher living in Berlin, but still working and learning among this people. Her main research topics are textiles, iconography, worldview, stories and landscape perceptions. Most recently, she is focusing on indigenous plant knowledge. Given the environmental crisis and the cracking western perception and relationship with the world, the intention is to contribute with alternatives ways of being and thinking that, together with other leading researchers works, might open pathways that can generate radical mind shifts.

An online symposium that brings The Mind of Plants contributors together to share their reflections and various learnings with plants.

Stories, poetry and sound across a diversity of human languages and geographical landscapes. Come and join us!

USC Sunshine Coast
Apr 09 2021