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Practising Feminist Political Ecologies : Moving Beyond the 'Green Economy'

Label
Practising Feminist Political Ecologies : Moving Beyond the 'Green Economy'
Title
Practising Feminist Political Ecologies
Title remainder
Moving Beyond the 'Green Economy'
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
A groundbreaking new book which puts feminist political ecology on the map
Member of
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Harcourt, Wendy
Dewey number
333.701
Index
index present
Language note
English
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Nelson, Ingrid L
Series statement
Gender, Development and Environment
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  • Ecofeminism
  • Political ecology
  • Feminist theory
Label
Practising Feminist Political Ecologies : Moving Beyond the 'Green Economy'
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Front Cover -- About the Editors -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Figures -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction: Are We 'Green' Yet? and the Violence of Asking Such a Question -- Encountering Shared Histories -- Where We Situate the Book -- Connecting Insights, Contentions and Conversations -- Staying with the Troubles -- Trouble 1: Challenging Neoliberal Logic and Narrow Analyses of Neoliberalism -- Trouble 2: Sustaining Livelihoods, Engaging Technologies and Queering Ecologies -- Trouble 3: Appropriation and Naming and Claiming FPE -- Trouble 4: Naturecultures, Response-able Encounters and Making Coalitions -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Section One: Positioning Feminist Political Ecology -- 1: A Situated View of Feminist Political Ecology from My Networks, Roots and Territories -- Introduction -- Early Seeds of FPE -- Another Slice of Space and Time: Kenya 1983-93 -- FPE Emerging in Place -- The Paradox of FPE and My Place in It -- The Decolonial Turn -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- 2: Contesting Green Growth, Connecting Care, Commons and Enough -- Introduction -- Feminist Political Ecology Meets Feminist Political Economics -- Green Growth and the Economization of Nature -- Inclusive Liberalism and Value Creation -- Inclusion and Neoliberal Empowerment -- Othering and Exclusion -- Great Transformation or Small Transitions -- A European Perspective -- Labour and the Logic of Care -- Commoning and Commons -- Sufficiency and the Culture of Enough -- Conclusions: Connecting Care, Commons and Enough -- Notes -- References -- 3: Life, Nature and Gender Otherwise: Feminist Reflections and Provocations from the Andes -- Openings -- Nature, Gender and the Modern/Colonial/Imperial Matrices of Power -- (En)genderings and Naturings -- Transcendental Shifts, Transformative Horizons and (En)gendering(s) of the Otherwise
  • Challenges and Contradictions -- Of Relationalities, Feminisms and Pluri-Interversalizations -- Moments, Movements and Openings That Help Conclude -- Notes -- References -- Section Two: Rethinking Feminist Political Ecology -- 4: Feminist Political Ecology and the (Un)making of 'Heroes': Encounters in Mozambique -- Introduction -- Reading and Teaching Post-Colonial Critiques of 'Great White Saviours' -- Responding to Persistent Desires for Heroes -- Research in Practice -- Heroic Anxieties -- Concluding Thoughts -- Notes -- References -- 5: Hegemonic Waters and Rethinking Natures Otherwise -- Introduction: Lived Ecologies and Enlivened Feminist Political Ecologies -- Neoliberalization of Nature, and Working Towards Counter-Hegemonies -- FPE as a Critical Intellectual-Political Site to Think Through 'Alternatives' -- Building Post-Colonial, Decolonial and Feminist-Ecological-Inspired Alternatives to Neoliberalized Environmental Governance -- Note -- References -- 6: Challenging the Romance with Resilience: Communities, Scale and Climate Change -- Introduction -- Scale -- Resilience: The New Holy Grail of Climate Change Adaptation -- Resilience in Nepal and Scotland -- 'It's How We Do Things': Community in Scotland -- The Experts Taught Us All We Know: Nepal -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Section Three: Living Feminist Political Ecology -- 7: A New Spelling of Sustainability: Engaging Feminist-Environmental Justice Theory and Practice -- Introduction: A Socio-Ecological Genealogy -- Environmental Justice: An Ecological Politics of Articulation -- Seres Puentes: Bridge-Building as Feminist Ecological Politics
  • Practising Naturecultures and Feminist Ecocosmopolitics in Environmental Studies -- A Course on Urban Ecology -- A Course on Sustainable Community Action -- Epilogue: Storms and Peace -- Notes -- References -- 8: The Slips and Slides of Trying to Live Feminist Political Ecology -- Ontological Politics -- From Where Do I Speak? -- Feminist Environmental Activism in Australia -- Global Environmental Activism at the UN -- Collusions and Delusions -- Labours of Love in Bolsena, Italy -- Place-Based Globalism -- Further Wanderings: Ecofeminism -- Will We Be Able to Love Them? -- Notes -- References -- 9: Knowledge About, Knowledge With: Dilemmas of Researching Lives, Nature and Genders Otherwise -- Introduction -- 'Ustedes Somos Nosotras': Our Commitments -- The Power of Words -- Research Practices to Transform Ecologically Violent Contexts -- On Bodies, Violence and Technologies -- Social Locations and Research -- Notes -- References -- 10: World-Wise Otherwise Stories for Our Endtimes: Converations on Queer Ecologies -- Introductions -- References -- Contributors -- Index -- Back Cover
Control code
ocn908671269
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (321 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781783600915
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)908671269
Label
Practising Feminist Political Ecologies : Moving Beyond the 'Green Economy'
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Front Cover -- About the Editors -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Figures -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction: Are We 'Green' Yet? and the Violence of Asking Such a Question -- Encountering Shared Histories -- Where We Situate the Book -- Connecting Insights, Contentions and Conversations -- Staying with the Troubles -- Trouble 1: Challenging Neoliberal Logic and Narrow Analyses of Neoliberalism -- Trouble 2: Sustaining Livelihoods, Engaging Technologies and Queering Ecologies -- Trouble 3: Appropriation and Naming and Claiming FPE -- Trouble 4: Naturecultures, Response-able Encounters and Making Coalitions -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Section One: Positioning Feminist Political Ecology -- 1: A Situated View of Feminist Political Ecology from My Networks, Roots and Territories -- Introduction -- Early Seeds of FPE -- Another Slice of Space and Time: Kenya 1983-93 -- FPE Emerging in Place -- The Paradox of FPE and My Place in It -- The Decolonial Turn -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- 2: Contesting Green Growth, Connecting Care, Commons and Enough -- Introduction -- Feminist Political Ecology Meets Feminist Political Economics -- Green Growth and the Economization of Nature -- Inclusive Liberalism and Value Creation -- Inclusion and Neoliberal Empowerment -- Othering and Exclusion -- Great Transformation or Small Transitions -- A European Perspective -- Labour and the Logic of Care -- Commoning and Commons -- Sufficiency and the Culture of Enough -- Conclusions: Connecting Care, Commons and Enough -- Notes -- References -- 3: Life, Nature and Gender Otherwise: Feminist Reflections and Provocations from the Andes -- Openings -- Nature, Gender and the Modern/Colonial/Imperial Matrices of Power -- (En)genderings and Naturings -- Transcendental Shifts, Transformative Horizons and (En)gendering(s) of the Otherwise
  • Challenges and Contradictions -- Of Relationalities, Feminisms and Pluri-Interversalizations -- Moments, Movements and Openings That Help Conclude -- Notes -- References -- Section Two: Rethinking Feminist Political Ecology -- 4: Feminist Political Ecology and the (Un)making of 'Heroes': Encounters in Mozambique -- Introduction -- Reading and Teaching Post-Colonial Critiques of 'Great White Saviours' -- Responding to Persistent Desires for Heroes -- Research in Practice -- Heroic Anxieties -- Concluding Thoughts -- Notes -- References -- 5: Hegemonic Waters and Rethinking Natures Otherwise -- Introduction: Lived Ecologies and Enlivened Feminist Political Ecologies -- Neoliberalization of Nature, and Working Towards Counter-Hegemonies -- FPE as a Critical Intellectual-Political Site to Think Through 'Alternatives' -- Building Post-Colonial, Decolonial and Feminist-Ecological-Inspired Alternatives to Neoliberalized Environmental Governance -- Note -- References -- 6: Challenging the Romance with Resilience: Communities, Scale and Climate Change -- Introduction -- Scale -- Resilience: The New Holy Grail of Climate Change Adaptation -- Resilience in Nepal and Scotland -- 'It's How We Do Things': Community in Scotland -- The Experts Taught Us All We Know: Nepal -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Section Three: Living Feminist Political Ecology -- 7: A New Spelling of Sustainability: Engaging Feminist-Environmental Justice Theory and Practice -- Introduction: A Socio-Ecological Genealogy -- Environmental Justice: An Ecological Politics of Articulation -- Seres Puentes: Bridge-Building as Feminist Ecological Politics
  • Practising Naturecultures and Feminist Ecocosmopolitics in Environmental Studies -- A Course on Urban Ecology -- A Course on Sustainable Community Action -- Epilogue: Storms and Peace -- Notes -- References -- 8: The Slips and Slides of Trying to Live Feminist Political Ecology -- Ontological Politics -- From Where Do I Speak? -- Feminist Environmental Activism in Australia -- Global Environmental Activism at the UN -- Collusions and Delusions -- Labours of Love in Bolsena, Italy -- Place-Based Globalism -- Further Wanderings: Ecofeminism -- Will We Be Able to Love Them? -- Notes -- References -- 9: Knowledge About, Knowledge With: Dilemmas of Researching Lives, Nature and Genders Otherwise -- Introduction -- 'Ustedes Somos Nosotras': Our Commitments -- The Power of Words -- Research Practices to Transform Ecologically Violent Contexts -- On Bodies, Violence and Technologies -- Social Locations and Research -- Notes -- References -- 10: World-Wise Otherwise Stories for Our Endtimes: Converations on Queer Ecologies -- Introductions -- References -- Contributors -- Index -- Back Cover
Control code
ocn908671269
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (321 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781783600915
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)908671269

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