Publications

Journals

Clement, F., Harcourt, W., Joshi, D., and Sato, C 2019, ‘Feminist political ecologies of the commons and commoning’, International Journal of the Commons,vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 1–15, https://www.thecommonsjournal.org/articles/10.18352/ijc.972/.[Open access].

Elmhirst, R 2018 ‘Ecologías políticas feministas: perspectivas situadas y abordajes emergentes [Feminist Political Ecologies – Situated Perspectives, Emerging Engagements] Ecologia Politica,No.54. Special Issue on Ecofeminism (“Ecofeminismos”), https://www.ecologiapolitica.info/?p=10162.[Open access].

Sato, C., Alarcon, J. M.S 2019, ‘Toward a postcapitalist feminist political ecology’s approach to the commons and commoning’, International Journal of the Commons,vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 36-61,https://www.thecommonsjournal.org/articles/10.18352/ijc.933/.[Open access].

Books

Baudhardt, C. and Harcourt, W (eds.) 2019, Feminist Political Ecology and the Economics of Care. In Search of Economic Alternatives.Routledge, London. ISBN: 9781138123663. 

Book review

Gómez Becerra, M., Bauhardt, C. and Harcourt, W. (eds.) 2019 Feminist political ecology and the economics of care. In:Search of economic alternatives. Oxon/New York: Routledge, 2019. – 298 pp., ISBN: 978-1138123663. Germany: Published in the intern bulletin of the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, https://www.gender.hu-berlin.de/de/publikationen/gender-bulletin-broschueren/bulletin-info/info-59/bulletin-59-finale-gesamtdatei-deckblatt.pdf,pp.74-79. [Open access].

Conference papers/speeches

Mehta, L 2019, ‘: Keynote speaker: Climate change, uncertainty and the city: challenges and opportunities for transdisciplinary co-production and transformation’, paper presented at the University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK, 17 October 2019, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJnIpPts-gs.[Open Access, published on YouTube with WEGO logo and EU logo].

Peer reviewed articles

Harcourt W ’Feminist political ecology practices of worlding: art, commoning and the politics of hope in the classroom’, International Journal of the Commons,vol. 13, no 1: 153–174, https://www.thecommonsjournal.org/articles/10.18352/ijc.929/[Open access].

Nightingale, A. J., Lenaerts, L., Shrestha, A., Lama ‘Tsumpa’, P.N., Ojha, H.R 2019, ‘The material politics of citizenship: struggles over resources, authority, and belonging, in the new Federal Republic of Nepal’. In:The special issue on Social and Political Transformation in Nepal, South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies,vol. 42, no. 5, pp. 886-902, https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00856401.2019.1639111[Open access].

Not published papers presented in conferences

Dupuis, C., and Harcourt, W 2019, ‘Care and the commons in troubling times: confronting whiteness’,paper presented at the European Conference on Politics and Gender, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 4-6 July 2019. [Not published].

Mehta, L 2019, ‘: Keynote speaker: The Political Ecology of climate change, uncertainty and transformation in marginal environments’, paper presented at the Political Ecology in Asia conference, Bangkok, Thailand, 11 October 2019, https://www.csds-chula.org/announcement/2019/9/25/full-agenda-political-ecology-in-asia-plural-knowledge-and-contested-development-in-a-more-than-human-world-bangkok-10-11-october-2019.[Not published].

Sato, C. and Bergeron, S 2019, ‘Rethinking the socio-ecological relations of care and commoning: engaging Feminist Political Ecology and Feminist Global Political Economy approaches to social reproduction’, paper presented at the European Conference of Politics and Gender, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 4-6 July 2019. [Not published].

Still, E 2019, ‘Beyond networks and chains, towards webs of relation: food, belonging and care in the city’, paper presented at the RC21 Delhi: Informal networks, urban coalitions and governance in South Asia, New Delhi, India, 18-22 September 2019. [Not published].

Shrestha, A 2019, ‘Nation without government: how is governing achieved in Nepal?’, paper presented at the sixth annual Governance at the Edge of the State Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, 28-30 August 2019. [Not published].

Forthcoming in 2020

Journals

Owen, A (forthcoming in 2020), ‘Staying with the trouble: negotiating environmental and epistemic justice.’ Article based on the essay written for the Summer School on Feminist Political Ecology in Oslo.

Still, E 2020 (forthcoming in April 2020), ‘Biopolitics of food and alterbiopolitical possibilities in India’, ASIEN, Special Issue: Entangled Environments. [Open access].

Books

Dupuis, C., Harcourt, W., and Gaybor Tobar, J (ongoing, ed.), Feminist methodologies – experience, and reflection in the series ‘Gender, Development and Social Change’,London: Palgrave.

Maimunah, S (forthcoming in April 2020), ‘Doing’ PhD research in the Global South: ethicalities of care, reciprocity and reflexivity,by Maimunah, S., Still, E., and Milora, C. (UEA) first draft research ethics sponsored by EADI. 

Chapter in book

Nightingale, A. and Harcourt, W. (forthcoming), ‘Gender, nature, body’ for the Handbook on Critical Agrarian Studies.

Padmanabhan, M (forthcoming), Affects affecting feminist family fieldwork – staying collaboration troubled in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. In: Harcourt, W. ed. Feminist methodologies – experience, and reflection in the series ‘Gender, Development and Social Change’.

Sato, C. and Tufour, T. (forthcoming in 2020). Migrant women’s labour: sustaining livelihoods through diverse economic practices in Accra, Ghana. In: Gibson-Graham, J. K. and Dombroski, K. eds. The Handbook of Diverse Economies.Cheltenham: Elgar Publishing.

Conference papers

Voss, A. K., Harcourt, W., and de Nooijer, R (forthcoming in 2020), ‘Relations of care: ethical food production in Flevoland, The Netherlands and Tuscia, Italy’, paper to be presented at the Sixth Annual Conference of the World-Ecology Research Network, Bonn, Germany, 28-30 July 2020.  

Peer reviewed articles

Kotsila, P.,Hörschelmann, K., Anguelovski, I., Sekulova, F., Lazova, Y (forthcoming in 2020), ‘Clashing temporalities of care and support as key determinants of transformatory and justice potentials in urban gardens’, Cities.

Millora, C., Still, E., and Maimunah, S [forthcoming in 2020], ‘‘Doing’ PhD research in the Global South: ethicalities of care, reciprocity and reflexivity’, Acta Academia[under review, open access].

Padmanabhan, M., Maimunah, S. and Still, E (forthcoming), ‘Approaching entangled natural and social environments in Asia’, Coordination (editor) for special issue ASIEN.

The Journal of Peasant Studies just released online — free access — Julien-Francois Gerber‘s article: ‘Degrowth and critical agrarian studies

This article argues that critical agrarian studies (CAS) and degrowth can enrich each other.

towards a political economy of degrowth

Towards a Political Economy of Degrowth

Edited by Ekaterina Chertkovskaya, Alexander Paulsson, and Stefania Barca

Published by Rowman & Littlefield International

Bringing degrowth into dialogue with critical social theories, covering previously unexplored geographical contexts and discussing some of the most contested concepts in degrowth, the book hints at informed paths towards socio-ecological transformation.

Antara Kampret, Karst, Karbon dan Politik Uang

Authors: Sarah Agustio & Siti Maimunah

Article on Mongabay

Theoretical and political journeys between environmental justice and degrowth: what potential for an alliance?

Edited by Bengi Akbulut, Federico Demaria, Julien-Francois Gerber, Joan Martinez-Alier

Article in Ecological Economics, July 2019

Feminist political ecologies of the commons and commoning

Guest editors: F. Clement, W. Harcourt, D. Joshi, C. Sato

International Journal of the Commons, Volume 13 -Issue 1 – 2019

Environment and Sustainability in a Globalizing World
Edited by Andrea J. Nightingale

Published by Routledge.  Get a 20% discount with this flyer

Practising Feminist Political Ecologies: Moving Beyond the ‘Green Economy’
Edited by Wendy Harcourt and Ingrid L. Nelson

Published by Zed Books