Political ecology and feminist political ecology annotated bibliography: CCRA-7
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This is an updated annotated bibliography of political ecology and feminist political ecology articles created for the Gender CCRA-7 Gendered Perspectives for Conservation Agriculture: Local soil knowledge and crop-livestock interaction from 2010-2011. This bibliography was used to inform field methods, student thesis work, and the CCRA-7 Research Strategy.
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Heasley, L.; Delehanty, J.Disputes over manure in Southwestern Niger reveal broad strategies for natural resource control employed by farmers and herders in a transitional agropastoral economy, where resources are scarce, some traditional ethnic ...
Sense of place and indigenous people's conservation: A brief political ecology of the seed and place. From modernization to globalization from above and from below. Towards the strengthening & re-indigenization of local epistemologies, ontologies, and cosmovisions Gonzales, T.For the "Indigenous Peoples" (IPs) of the Americas (North, Meso, and South), the constant and mostly violent process of erasure of their communal places is associated, from its inception to date, with colonization. In ...
Symbolic action and soil fertility: Political ecology and the transformation of space and place in Tonga Stevens, C.J.This article discusses the historical and contemporary transition between traditional and industrial land management practices and agricultural markets throughout Tonga. This case study from 1991-1993, focuses on gathering ...