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    Feminist Political Ecologies: Grounded, Networked and Rooted on Earth

    Rocheleau, Dianne, and Padini Nirmal. 2015. “Feminist Political Ecologies: Grounded, Networked and Rooted on Earth.” In The Oxford Handbook on Transnational Feminist Movements, edited by Rawwida Baksh and Wendy Harcourt, 793–814. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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    Topics: Coloniality/Post-Coloniality, Development, Environment, Feminisms, Feminist Political Ecology Keywords: decolonial, feminist, political ecology, sustainable development, social movements

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    Theorizing African Feminism(s): the 'Colonial' Question

    Mekgwe, Pinkie. 2006. “Theorizing African Feminism(s): the 'Colonial' Question.” QUEST: An African Journal of Philosophy 20 (1-2): 11-22.

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    Topics: Coloniality/Post-Coloniality, Feminisms, Gender Regions: Africa

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    ‘Autres’ féminismes: Quand la femme africaine repousse les limites de la pensée et de l’action féministes

    Nnaemeka, Obioma. 2008. “‘Autres’ féminismes: Quand la femme africaine repousse les limites de la pensée et de l’action féministes.” Africultures 74-75 (3): 12‑9.

    English: Nnaemeka, Obioma. 2008. “‘Alternative’ feminisms: When African women push the limits of feminist thought and action.” Africultures 74-75 (3): 12-9.

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    Topics: Coloniality/Post-Coloniality, Feminisms, Gender, Globalization Regions: Africa

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    Development Alternatives

    Radcliffe, Sarah A. 2015. “Development Alternatives.” Development and Change 46 (4): 855–74. doi:10.1111/dech.12179.

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    Topics: Coloniality/Post-Coloniality, Development, Feminisms, Gender Regions: Americas, South America Countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Ecuador, Uruguay, Venezuela

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    Gender-Specific Out-Migration, Deforestation and Urbanization in the Ecuadorian Amazon

    Barbieri, Alisson F., and David L. Carr. 2005. “Gender-Specific Out-Migration, Deforestation and Urbanization in the Ecuadorian Amazon.” Global and Planetary Change 47: 99-110.

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    Topics: Agriculture, Coloniality/Post-Coloniality, Displacement & Migration, Migration, Climate Displacement, Environment, Gender Regions: Americas, South America Countries: Ecuador Keywords: Ecuadorian Amazon, out-migration, gender differences, deforestation, urbanization

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    Glaciers, Gender, and Science: A Feminist Glaciology Framework for Global Environmental Change Research

    Carey, Mark, M. Jackson, Alessandro Antonello, and Jaclyn Rushing. 2016. “Glaciers, Gender, and Science: A Feminist Glaciology Framework for Global Environmental Change Research.” Progress in Human Geography 40 (6): 770-93

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    Topics: Coloniality/Post-Coloniality, Environment, Feminisms, Feminist Political Ecology, Gender Keywords: feminist glaciology, feminist political ecology, feminist postcolonial science studies, folk glaciology, glacier impacts, glaciers and society

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    Caught between the Orientalist–Occidentalist Polemic: Gender Mainstreaming as Feminist Transformation or Neocolonial Subversion?

    Clisby, Suzanne, and Enderstein, Athena-Maria. 2017. "Caught between the Orientalist-Occidentalist Polemic: Gender Mainstreaming as Feminist Transformation or Neocolonial Subversion?" International Feminist Journal of Politics 19 (2): 231-46.

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    Topics: Coloniality/Post-Coloniality, Development, Economies, Feminisms, Gender, Gender Mainstreaming Keywords: co-optation, feminism, gender mainstreaming, occidentalism, orientalism

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    Texts in Context: Afro-Colombian Women's Activism in the Pacific Lowlands of Colombia

    Asher, Kiran. 2004. "Texts in Context: Afro-Colombian Women's Activism in the Pacific Lowlands of Colombia." Feminist Review 78: 38-55.

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    Topics: Coloniality/Post-Coloniality, Development, Feminisms, Gender, Women Regions: Americas, South America Countries: Colombia Keywords: gender, development, environment, postcolonial feminism, Afro-Colombian

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    The Future of Gender and Development after 9/11: Insights from Postcolonial Feminism and Transnationalism

    Marchand, Marianne H. 2009. “The Future of Gender and Development after 9/11: Insights from Postcolonial Feminism and Transnationalism.” Third World Quarterly 30 (5): 921-35.

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    Topics: Coloniality/Post-Coloniality, Development, Feminisms, Gender, Women, Gender Mainstreaming

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    Unies pour le meilleur et pour le pire. Femmes africaines et villes coloniales: une histoire du métissage

    Gondola, Ch. Didier. 1997. “Unies pour le meilleur et pour le pire. Femmes africaines et villes coloniales: une histoire du métissage”. Clio. Histoire, femmes et sociétés, 6, en ligne. DOI: 10.4000/clio.377

    English: Gondola, Ch. Didier. 1997. “United for the best and the worst. African Women and Colonial cities: history of mixed cultures.” Clio. History, women and societies, 6, online. DOI: 10.4000/clio.377

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    Topics: Civil Society, Coloniality/Post-Coloniality, Displacement & Migration, Migration, Gender, Women Regions: Africa

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