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  1. Research

    Gender, Environment and the Sustainability of Development

    Rico, Maria Nieves. 1998. Gender, the Environment and the Sustainability of Development. Santiago: United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean.

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    Topics: Development, Environment, Feminisms, Ecofeminism, Gender Regions: Americas, Caribbean countries, Central America, South America

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    Judi Bari and ‘The Feminization of Earth First!’: The Convergence of Class, Gender and Radical Environmentalism

    Shantz, Jeffrey. 2002. “Judi Bari and ‘The Feminization of Earth First!’: The Convergence of Class, Gender and Radical Environmentalism.” Feminist Review, no. 70, 105–22.

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    Topics: Civil Society, Environment, Feminisms, Ecofeminism, Gender, Masculinity/ies, Femininity/ies, Gendered Power Relations, Masculinism, Multi-national Corporations, Political Participation Regions: Americas, North America Countries: United States of America Keywords: ecofeminism, anarchism, syndicalism, Earth First!, industrial workers of the world, deep ecology

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    Women, Nature, and Development in Sites of Ecuador’s Petroleum Circuit

    Cielo, Cristina, Lisset Coba, and Ivette Vallejo. 2016. “Women, Nature, and Development in Sites of Ecuador’s Petroleum Circuit.” Economic Anthropology 3 (1): 119–32. 
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    Topics: Conflict, Development, Environment, Extractive Industries, Feminisms, Ecofeminism, Gender, Women, Gender Analysis, Infrastructure, Energy, Political Economies Regions: Americas, South America Countries: Ecuador Keywords: care work, ecofeminism, development, petroleum circuit, Ecuadorian Amazon

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    Ecofeminism, Hegemonic Masculinity, and Environmental Movement Participation in British Columbia, Canada, 1998–2007: ‘Women Always Clean up the Mess'

    Stoddart, Mark C. J., and D. B. Tindall. 2011. “Ecofeminism, Hegemonic Masculinity, and Environmental Movement Participation in British Columbia, Canada, 1998–2007: ‘Women Always Clean up the Mess.’” Sociological Spectrum 31 (3): 342–68.

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    Topics: Environment, Feminisms, Ecofeminism, Gender, Masculinity/ies, Gendered Discourses Regions: Americas, North America Countries: Canada

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    Ecomasculinities: Negotiating Male Gender Identity in U.S. Fiction

    Cenamor, Rubén, and Stefan L. Brandt, eds. 2019. Ecomasculinities: Negotiating Male Gender Identity in U.S. Fiction. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. 

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    Topics: Environment, Feminisms, Ecofeminism, Gender, Masculinity/ies, Gendered Power Relations, Gender Equality/Inequality, Sexuality Regions: Americas, North America Countries: United States of America

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    Locating Ecofeminism in Encounters with Food and Place

    Mallory, Chaone. 2013. “Locating Ecofeminism in Encounters with Food and Place.” Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 26 (1): 171–89.

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    Topics: Agriculture, Class, Feminisms, Ecofeminism, Livelihoods, Race Regions: Americas, North America Countries: United States of America Keywords: ecofeminism, local foods, gender and raced embodiment, co-ops, community supported agriculture, philosophy of place

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