In the 1960s, the Women in Development (WID) approach called for more inclusion of women in development projects. Stemming from this initial approach, gender mainstreaming, or the inclusion of gender as an essential concern at all levels of planning and implementation,...

Current political trends and regressive politics across the world are undermining the advances of environmental movements and threaten to exacerbate environmental injustices. Authoritarian populism, manifest in diverse ways, is driving many of these changes (Bridge 201...

In his reflections on colonialism, decolonization and violence in ‘Wretched of the Earth’ and ‘Black Skin, White Masks’, Franz Fanon elucidates a range of psycho-affective responses of both the colonialist and the colonized. In his contemplations, trauma is both the ac...

The connections between infrastructure development and territorialization of rural and everyday space are widely documented (Rankin et al 2017; Harvey and Knox 2015; Meehan and Rice 2011; Larkin 2008). The materialities of fences and roads, distinct apparatuses of stat...

As studies on the co-production of subjects and landscapes have drawn from a variety of traditions to understand how racialized, gendered, sexualized, classed subjectivities are intricately connected with ideas and practices of the environment (Darier 1999; Moore et al...

Whether we think about the green gentrification of the New York City High Line, alt Twitter defense of “public” lands featuring a National Parks service gone rogue, or fierce disagreements about proposed and active gold mining in Tanzania, nature is at once a site for...

Motivated by the actual and anticipated occurrence of weather related extreme events, a plethora of actors in urban areas are organizing and participating in planning and design efforts–as well as concrete action–aimed at increasing urban resilience and adapting to cli...

Women have always, of course, been leaders in family farm operations, though this leadership has long been erased, demeaned, and thwarted. Gender-based biases in agriculture unfold differently across contexts and times, with patriarchy working alongside and through pla...

This CFP welcomes papers critically analyzing the complementary politics of global capital accumulation, ecological crisis, and urban value struggles in the Anthropocene, understanding each as inherently social and mutually constitutive. We follow the work of Robert Bi...

Annie Shattuck

annieshattuck@gmail.com

University of Colorado at Boulder, University of California at Berkeley

Lisa C. Kelley

lckelley@hawaii.edu

Santa Clara University, University of Hawaii at Mānoa 

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Rebecca Lave

rlave@indiana.edu

Indiana University at Bloomington...

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