** Re-blogged via Simon Batterbury/Journal of Political Ecology **
Vol. 25 of Journal of Political Ecology [free to read, free to publish, a voluntary effort, no corporate publishers – Scopus Citescore 2017: 2.66 – 51/605 in Geography/Planning/Development, 10/347 Anthropology, 17/461 Pol.Sci. & IR] ‘Special section on Power in Political Ecology’ At bottom of https://journals.uair.arizona.edu/index.php/JPE/issue/view/1483
Hanne Svarstad, Tor A. Benjaminsen, Ragnhild Overå (eds.) Special section on Power in Political Ecology. Journal of Political Ecology 25: 350-425.
1) Svarstad H., T.A. Benjaminsen and R. Overå. 2018. Power theories in political ecology. Journal of Political Ecology 25: 350-363.
2) Zhang, Q. 2018. Managing sandstorms through resettling pastoralists in China: how multiple forms of power govern the environment at/across scales. Journal of Political Ecology 25: 364-380.
3) Ahlborg, H. and A.J. Nightingale 2018. Theorizing power in political ecology: the ‘where’ of power in resource governance projects. Journal of Political Ecology 25: 381-401.
4) Cavanagh, C.J. 2018. Political ecologies of biopower: diversity, debates, and new frontiers of inquiry. Journal of Political Ecology 25: 402-425.
Other new articles, 2018 –
Political ecology of asymmetric ecological knowledges: diverging views on the eucalyptus-water nexus in the Taita Hills, Kenya
Johanna Hohenthal, Marinka Räsänen, Paola Minoia
A study in dispossession: the political ecology of phosphate in Tunisia
A cartography of dispossession: assessing spatial reorganization in state-led conservation in Saadani, Tanzania
Alejandra Orozco-Quintero, Leslie King
Testing the water, challenging the narratives of sustainable development: student volunteer research promoting public health in rural Panama in the shadow of an “eco-playground”
William L. Alexander
Environmental remediation and its discontents: the contested cleanup of Vieques, Puerto Rico
Katherine T McCaffrey
Permacultures of transformation: steps to a cultural ecology of environmental action
Thomas Henfrey, Lucy Ford
Insurrection for land, sea and dignity: resistance and autonomy against wind energy in Álvaro Obregón, Mexico
From colonial fortresses to neoliberal landscapes in Northern Tanzania: a biopolitical ecology of wildlife conservation
WHO guidelines challenged in Botswana: traditional medicine between healing, politics and witchcraft
Narrating technonatures: discourses of biotechnology in a neoliberal era
Reinterpreting energy poverty in Zimbabwe: a scalar perspective
Ellen Fungisai Chipango
“Grow what you eat, eat what you grow”: urban agriculture as middle class intervention in India
Conflict ecologies: Connecting political ecology and peace and conflict studies
Philippe LeBillon, Rosaleen V Duffy
Looking beyond the idyllic representations of the rural: The Konkan Railway controversy and middle-class environmentalism in India
‘It’s very not fair’: Maize, money, and moral economies in the Southern Highlands of Tanzania
Natasha Alice Watts
Water driven Palestinian agricultural frontiers: the global ramifications of transforming local irrigation
Julie Trottier, Jeanne Perrier
El patrimonio biocultural maya-yucateco desde la perspectiva de la ecología política: el caso del huerto familiar en Chimay
Mauricio F. López Barreto, Francisco Iván Hernández Cuevas, Javier Becerril-García
(En)gendering exposure: pregnant farmworkers and the inadequacy of pesticide notification
Madison Barbour, Julie Guthman
Dr. Simon Batterbury | Professor of Political Ecology, LEC, Lancaster University, UK, Europe. S.email@example.com
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