The role of philanthropy in diverse humanitarian contexts continues to rise alongside massive inequality in wealth. Corollary to neoliberal state disinvestment, corporate-backed philanthropic investments shape human experiences of risks, opportunities, and access to r...

This session aims to investigate elite capture (Dutta, 2009) as it relates to state policies and international agricultural development. The papers on this panel examine who benefits from government policies promoting agricultural production among rural populations in...

In this session, we will analyze different scales of power dynamics, ranging from grassroots organizations, to regional, national and global levels.  We will also examine different sectors, including environmental, social, and economic areas. Furthermore, we will discu...

How do we make other worlds possible? This session seeks diverse presentations that critically engage with the concept of potential in political ecology to approach this question. In recent years, scholars asking political ecological questions have turned to art, creat...

In Janelle Monae’s 2010 hit Many Moons, a surreal, futuristic android auction descends into a litany of personal and social ills. Tumbling from the mouth of Monae’s android alter ego Cindi Mayweather, “Plastic sweat, metal skin / Metallic tears, mannequin” grounds this...

Critical pedagogies are rooted in an ethic of liberatory praxis and often seek to guide students through their own awareness and capacity to make change to unequal system of power. In the context of environmental education, this can mean that educators and their studen...

This panel discussion seeks to explore plural environmental knowledges, epistemologies, and practices in uncertain times within the context of community-based conservation, agroecology, food sovereignty/justice, climate change, and development initiatives. We invite pa...

This session aims to investigate elite capture (Dutta, 2009) as it relates to state policies and international agricultural development. The papers on this panel examine who benefits from government policies promoting agricultural production among rural populations in...

Critical pedagogies are rooted in an ethic of liberatory praxis and often seek to guide
students through their own awareness and capacity to make change to unequal system of power.
In the context of environmental education, this can mean that educators and their studen...

In this practice-oriented workshop, we will explore two ways political ecologists can engage digital methods to understand, represent, and contextualize questions around state and corporate accountability and socio-environmental justice. Inspired by the notion of “publ...

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