Online course: Methodologies to study socio-environmental conflicts in digital sources

Open registrations!

Duration: six weeks, starting February 1, 2021.

Language: Spanish.

Weekly live online lectures. Classes will be recorded and available after each session for all enrollees.

Professors: Marhylda Victoria Rivero Corona and Marx Jose Gomez-Liendo (both are POLLEN members).

The course provides tools to analyze the connections between national and global contexts, identify disputes between different worldviews and valuation languages, reveal actors’ agendas, and analyze socio-environmental conflicts explanation.

Here you can find more information about costs, syllabus, and certification. If you have additional questions, do not hesitate to contact

CfP POLLEN20 – Urban Political Ecology

Third Biennial Conference of the Political Ecology Network (POLLEN 20)
Contested Natures: Power, Possibility, Prefiguration
Brighton, United Kingdom
24-26 June 2020

Session organisers

Seth Gustafson (University College London,; Alex Loftus (King’s College London,; Katie Meehan (King’s College London, Please send titles and abstracts of 250 words to all three of us by November 20, 2019.

Session description

We are seeking papers to join our session(s) on Urban Political Ecology. Our goal is to take the pulse of UPE by bringing together a diverse mix of papers that reflect novel conceptual, methodological, and empirical developments in the study of critical urban natures and metropolitan environmental justice.