Meghan Judge is a PhD fellow in the Oceanic Humanities for the Global South project at WiSER, Wits University. She completed her MA (cum laude) in the Wits School of Arts in 2019. Judge’s work is transdiciplinary, but works through art and earth science as a mode for engaging fluid, risk-taking designs that track where difference lies in relation to epistemological disobedience and power. Most recently, Judge has developed a (sonic) sensory palette for inquiring into and understanding human-ocean relations outside of anthropocentric determinacies.   


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