Cara Judea Alhadeff
Dr. Cara Judea Alhadeff, Program Director of Jews Of The Earth (JOTE), engages embodied feminist theory, publishing essays in philosophy, art, gender, ethnic, and cultural studies’ journals and anthologies. Alhadeff has exhibited her photographs and performance videos internationally, and her work is in numerous public and private collections including MoMA Salzburg and San Francisco MoMA. Her theoretical and visual work is the subject of several documentaries for international public television. In addition to Zazu Dreams: Between the Scarab and the Dung Beetle, A Cautionary Fable for the Anthropocene Era(Eifrig Publishing, 2017) (endorsed by Noam Chomsky, Bill McKibben, James Hansen, Paul Hawken, SHK-G, Thom Hartmann, & Eve Ensler, along with a host of other activists, scholars, and artists), her critical philosophy book, ViscousExpectations: Justice, Vulnerability, The Ob-scene (Pennsylvania State University Press, 2014) (endorsed by Alphonso Lingus, Avital Ronell, Lucy Lippard, & Robert Mailer Anderson), explores the intersections of eroticism, global corporatocracy, petroleum-parenting, and the pharma-addictive health industry. Alhadeff is professor of Critical Pedagogy and Gender at UC Santa Cruz and Critical Philosophy at The Global Center for Advanced Studies (GCAS).(www.carajudea.com / www.zazudreams.com)
Photo from The National Liberty Museum in Philadelphia.