Author: Vandana Shiva
Publisher: Zed Books Ltd.
ISBN: 1780329792
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This groundbreaking work remains as relevant today as when it was when first published.

Systemic Crises Of Global Climate Change

Author: Phoebe Godfrey
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317570103
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Precarity Within The Digital Age

Author: Birte Heidkamp
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3658176784
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Integral Community Enterprise In Africa

Author: Anselm Adodo
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351794906
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Critique Scandinave De La Th Ologie F Ministe Anglo Am Ricaine

Author: Hanna Stenström
Publisher: Peeters Publishers
ISBN: 9789042919747
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On the contrary, wisdom theology is in constant need of interacting with other
forms of theological pursuit. In addition, I argue that an ecologically relevant
theology cannot overlook the impact that feminist consciousness has brought to
the global theological discussion. My point of view in this article is strongly
influenced by several insights from ecofeminist theology, especially by the
thinking of the Brazilian ecofeminist philosopher and theologian Ivone Gebara.1
Gebara writes from ...

The Changing Nature Of Eco Feminism

Author: Niamh Moore
Publisher: UBC Press
ISBN: 0774826304
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It is particularly useful in a site where the influences of pioneering settlers/
colonizers and earth mothers are supposed to abound. In weaving together its
many sites and possibilities, ... the self-destructiveness of male-dominated
society. A radical critique of literature, feminist in its impulse, would take the work
first of all as a clue to how we live, how we have been living, how we have been
led to imagine ourselves, how our language 23 Rethinking Eco/Feminism
through Clayoquot Sound.

Critiquing Sustainability Changing Philosophy

Author: Jenneth Parker
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136214674
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For example Peter Kropotkin (1987) proposed, contra Darwin, that cooperation in
nature is the real 'norm' and that Darwin was over-influenced by the extremely
competitive nature of his own society. Undoubtedly this is a good ... The
contention of ecofeminism is that developed cultures have forgotten about this
dependency and that this is linked to a backgrounding or denial of the
biophysical needs of embodied humanity, which has a gendered dimension.
Ecofeminists, such as Val ...

Ecofeminist Literary Criticism

Author: Greta Claire Gaard
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 9780252067082
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Finally, in the process of collaboration, we were attentive to the contexts of our
lives that inevitably influenced the pace and the process of our communication.
These uniquely feminist aspects ... This volume consists of essays in ecofeminist
literary theory, criticism, and pedagogy. Our criteria for selecting ... Ecofeminism
is a practical movement for social change arising out of the struggles of women to
sustain themselves, their families, and their communities. These struggles are
waged ...


Author: Karen J. Warren
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 9780253116291
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One of the primary projects of ecofeminist literary critics is analysis of the cultural
construction of nature, which also includes an analysis of language, desire,
knowledge, and power. Ecological literary critics argue that the English
profession responded to two of the most crucial movements of the 1960s and
1970s — the civil rights and feminist movements — by changing hiring and
promotion practices; by embracing race, gender, and class as part of literary
theory and criticism; and by ...


Author: Jytte Nhanenge
Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 0761854290
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They are therefore each in their own way, useful as inputs to an epistemological
paradigm change. Similarly, if we apply the bootstrap approach to post-modern
environmental and social theories, it should be possible to combine alternative,
but consistent philosophical inputs. In that case, one may use insights from
ecofeminism, Deep Ecology, social ecology, and Norgaard's co-evolutionary
scheme, etc. If each perspective can make systemic and ecological descriptions
of reality, then ...