Maya Hey

Maya Hey
Colorado State University | CSU

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How can UDL practices be incorporated into undergraduate classrooms? This chapter offers practical applications and rationales for integrating UDL practices as a matter of considering the students' variegated contexts.
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I compare insect garums, the Impossible Burger, sourdough baked with vaginal yeasts, and beard beer—and how microbes get enrolled in human machinations like taste innovation and gender discrimination.
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Terada Honke is a natural sake brewery that utilizes practices like call-and-response and work song to coordinate its fermentation processes across human and microbial participants. I call attention to the concept of attunement, which is the ability to notice, apprehend, and connect with others in meaningful response. Drawing on ethnographic fieldw...
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This edited collection both documents and critically reflects upon a three-year painting and drawing project by Jahnne Pasco-White. Titled Kin the project arose from the artist’s experience of pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding and parenting, yet—as the texts in this volume by the artist and eleven other contributors attest—it is the impulse to b...
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The human-microbe relationship is riddled with anxieties and assumptions, frequently reminding us that microbes have and will continue to live without human presence. That the converse is not true point to matters of concern. Fermentation provides one way of engaging with this problematic because it requires ethical encounters with microbial life....
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Despite its history, fermentation is currently celebrated as both a food and health intervention. In the context of healthist discourses, fermentation is no exception to the sticky reaches of singular food truths: eat this, not that, because "it's good for you[r gut]." However, the mandate to eat fermented or probiotic foods requires time, know-how...
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Microbes are in, on, and around us at all times, yet we cannot easily communicate with them. How do we (continue to) live with microbial life in ways that allow for our mutual thriving? Using a performative lens, this paper analyzes the material practices of fermentation as a way of connecting with different scales of life. It attempts to challenge...
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Bioart sits at the intersection of two relatively elite fields of knowledge specialization and production: Biotechnology and Art. These specializations occupy different strata of the academic hierarchy, requiring credentials and disciplinary rigour that, historically, have tended to validate delineated specificities instead of similarities in resea...
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Food, feminism, and fermentation. At first glance, these terms seem disparate but these domains share a common commitment to understanding complex systems in their complexity. The domains of food, feminism, and fermentation give us the theoretical tools and the language to pick apart the concrete and abstract ways that we interconnect with others....
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Air quality in Long Beach, California, is degraded by pollution from the ports, freight transportation, traffic and refineries. Central Long Beach, where many Cambodians reside, is highly impacted by these air pollution sources. While Long Beach houses the largest Cambodian population in the United States outside of Cambodia, minimal information ex...

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