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Tom Perreault is Professor of Geography at Syracuse University, USA. His research focuses on resource governance (particularly water and mining), agrarian change, indigenous social movement politics, and rural development in the central Andean region. Gavin Bridge is Professor of Economic Geography at Durham University, UK. His research focuses on the political economy of extractive industries and how firms, states, and raw materials shape the political ecologies of oil, gas, and mining. James McCarthy is Professor in the Graduate School of Geography at Clark University, USA. His research centers on the intersections of political economy and environmental politics, with particular emphases on the relationships between neoliberalism and environmental governance, and on rural areas and industries.
PART I: INTRODUCTION Editors' introduction Introductory overview: The Origins of Political Ecology Michael Watts PART II: ORIGINS, TRAJECTORIES AND FUTURES OF POLITICAL ECOLOGY Activist political ecology Ben Wisner Reflections on non-Anglophone political ecology Enrique Leff French research traditions on peasant agriculture Denis Gautier & Christian Kull Political ecology as trickster Paul Robbins The end of critique? Bruce Braun PART III: DOING POLITICAL ECOLOGY Ethics and Entanglement Juanita Sundberg Ethics in research beyond the human Rosemary-Claire Collard Relationship and Research Methods Abby Neely & Thoko Nguse Methods in Environmental Science Karl Zimmerer Activism and Direct Action Politics Nik Heynen & Levi Van Sant Political ecology as praxis Alex Loftus Political ecology and policy Brent McCusker Policy Networks and Moments of Government Tony Bebbington PART IV: CORE QUESTIONS AND CONCEPTS OF POLITICAL ECOLOGY A: Environmental Knowledge Political ecology and Actor-Network Theory Rebecca Lave Promises of Participation in Science and Political Ecology David Demeritt Indigenous/local environmental knowledge Leah Horowitz Participatory Mapping Joe Bryan Historical approaches Diana Davis B: Environmental Change Capitalist production of socio-natures Noel Castree Risk, hazards and vulnerability Jim Wescoat Climate change and environmental transformation Diana Liverman Environment and development: Reflections from Latin America Astrid Ulloa Livelihoods and social reproduction Ed Carr Political Ecologies of Disease and Health Brian King Environmental degradation and Marginalization Tor Benjaminsen Industrialization and environmental change Stefania Barca International trade, development and environment Alf Hornborg C: Environmental Governance Nature conservation Rod Neumann International Agri-food systems Derek Hall Certification regimes Tad Muttersbaugh Property and commodification Scott Prudham Neoliberalization of nature Karen Bakker Political ecology and state theory Morgan Robertson Eco-governmentality Gabriela Valdivia Energy and resources Matt Huber Biosecurity Celia Lowe Scales and polities Nathan Sayre D: Environmental Identities Gender/feminist political ecology 2 Rebecca Elmhirst Indigeneity Emily Yeh & Joe Bryan Class formation and nature Michael Ekers Nature, difference and the body Julie Guthman & Becky Mansfield E: Environmental Politics Social Movements Wendy Wolford & Sarah Keene Environmental justice Ryan Holifield Environmental conflict Philippe LeBillon Urbanization and environmental imaginaries Erik Swyngedouw Editor's conclusion