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    Rethinking Gender and Nature from a Material(ist) Perspective: Feminist Economics, Queer Ecologies and Resource Politics

    Bauhardt, Christine. 2013. “Rethinking Gender and Nature from a Material(ist) Perspective: Feminist Economics, Queer Ecologies and Resource Politics.” European Journal of Women’s Studies 20 (4): 361–75.

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    Topics: Economies, Feminist Economics, Environment, Feminisms, Feminist Political Ecology Keywords: ecological crisis, environmental policies, gender and sustainability, naturecultures, social relations to nature

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    Explorations: Feminist Ecological Economics

    Perkins, Ellie, Edith Kuiper, Rayén Quiroga-Martínez, Terisa E. Turner, Leigh S. Brownhill, Mary Mellor, Zdravka Todorova, Maren A. Jochimsen, and Martha McMahon. 2005. “Explorations: Feminist Ecological Economics.” Feminist Economics 11 (3): 107–50.

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    Topics: Agriculture, Economies, Feminist Economics, Environment, Feminisms, Ecofeminism, Feminist Political Ecology, Globalization Keywords: ecology, women, nature, globalization, feminist economic theory, agriculture

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    Watersheds in Marxist Ecofeminism

    Odih, Pamela. 2014. Watersheds in Marxist Ecofeminism. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

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    Topics: Environment, Feminisms, Ecofeminism, Feminist Political Ecology Regions: Europe

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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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    Re-Politicizing the Gender and Climate Change Debate: The Potential of Feminist Political Ecology to Engage with Power in Action in Adaptation Policies and Projects in Nicaragua

    Gonda, Noémi. 2019. “Re-Politicizing the Gender and Climate Change Debate: The Potential of Feminist Political Ecology to Engage with Power in Action in Adaptation Policies and Projects in Nicaragua.” Geoforum 106: 87-96.

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    Topics: Environment, Climate Change, Feminisms, Feminist Political Ecology, Gender Regions: Americas, Central America Keywords: power, feminist political ecology, climate change adaptation, gender, Nicaragua

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    Feminist Political Ecology and Legal Geography: A Case Study of the Tonle Sap Protected Wetlands of Cambodia

    Gillespie, Josephine, and Nicola Perry. 2018. “Feminist Political Ecology and Legal Geography: A Case Study of the Tonle Sap Protected Wetlands of Cambodia.” Economy and Space 51 (5): 1089-105.

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    Topics: Environment, Feminisms, Feminist Political Ecology, Gender Regions: Asia, Southeast Asia Countries: Cambodia Keywords: legal geography, feminist political ecology, intersectionality, wetlands, Cambodia

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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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    Eco-Feminism: Lessons for Feminism from Ecology

    Rosser, Sue V. 1991. “Eco-Feminism: Lessons for Feminism from Ecology.” Women’s Studies International Forum 14 (3): 143–51.

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    Topics: Environment, Feminisms, Ecofeminism, Feminist Political Ecology, Gender, Gendered Power Relations

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    Feminist Political Ecologies of the Commons and Commoning

    Clement, Floriane, Wendy Jane Harcourt, Deepa Joshi, and Chizu Sato. 2019. “Feminist Political Ecologies of the Commons and Commoning.” International Journal of the Commons 13 (1): 1–15.
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    Topics: Economies, Feminist Economics, Environment, Feminisms, Feminist Political Ecology, Gendered Power Relations, Governance Keywords: commoning, commons, feminist political ecology, gender, intersectionality, multiscalar, power, subjectivities

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    Gendered Spaces of Activism in Exurbia: Politicizing an Ethic of Care from the Household to the Region

    Abbruzzese, Teresa V., and Gerda R. Wekerle. 2011. “Gendered Spaces of Activism in Exurbia: Politicizing an Ethic of Care from the Household to the Region.” Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies 32 (2): 140–69. 

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    Topics: Development, Environment, Feminisms, Feminist Political Ecology, Gender, Women Regions: Americas, North America Countries: Canada

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