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Ecology

Ecology, environment(alism), nature, or sustainability. Concepts often understood as synonymous or closely

Books

Moore, H. A. (2020) ‘Burning Earth , Changing Europe: How the Racist Right Exploits the Climate Crisis and What We Do About It’.

Lovejoy, A. O. and Stanlis, P. J. (2017) The great chain of being: A study of the history of an idea, The Great Chain of being: A Study of the History of an Idea. Harvard: Harvard University Press.

Leopold, A. C. N.-Q. L. (1968) A sand county almanac: sketches here and there, Bird-Banding. London: Oxford University Press.

Morton, T. (2013) Hyperobjects: philosophy and ecology after the end of the world, Posthumanities. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Dussault, A. C. (2016) ‘Ecological nature: a non-dualistic concept for rethinking humankind’s place in the world’, Ethics and the Environment, 21(1), pp. 1–37.

Gonzalez, C. G. (2001) ‘Beyond eco-imperialism: an environmental justice critique of free trade’, Denver University Law Review, 78(4), pp. 981–1019.

DeLoughrey, E., Didur, J. and Carrigan, A. (2015) Global ecologies and the environmental humanities: Postcolonial approaches. New York: Routledge.

Palmer, C. (2011) ‘Does nature matter? The place of the nonhuman in the ethics of climate change’, The Ethics of Global Climate Change, 1(1), pp. 272–291.

Escobar, A. (1996) ‘Construction Nature: Elements for a post-structuralist political ecology’, Futures, 28(4), pp. 325–343.

Álvarez, L. and Coolsaet, B. (2018) ‘Decolonizing environmental justice studies: a Latin American perspective’, Capitalism Nature Socialism, 0(0), pp. 1–20.

Fingal, S. C. (2019) ‘Latinx Environmentalism’, Oxford Research Encyclopedia of American History.

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