Jennifer Mae Hamilton is Lecturer in Literary Studies at UNE and researches interdisciplinary feminist environmental humanities. Her work explores the possibilities for change in the human-weather relationship, and systems that moderate that relationship (like bodies, narratives and drains). Her first book, This Contentious Storm: An Ecocritical and Performance History of King Lear (2017), is available open access through Bloomsbury Collections (https://www.bloomsburycollections.com/book/this-contentious-storm-an-ecocritical-and-performance-history-of-king-lear/).
With Astrida Neimanis she developed COMPOSTING Feminisms and Environmental Humanities (http://compostingfeminisms.wordpress.com/) reading and research group.
And with Tessa Zettel, Kate Wright, Astrida Neimanis and Rebecca Giggs, Jennifer is one fifth of The Weathering Collective (http://weatheringstation.net).