Action briefs are outcomes of the ENTITLE project related to the social and political relevance of the research conducted. Each doctoral and post-doctoral fellow translated their findings into a short report with key actions concerning the case study of their research, directing it to implicated stakeholders, including various environmental justice and/or civil society organisations
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This report outlines the syllabus for a political ecology 12-week, post-graduate course based on the courses offered during the ENTITLE training project. The syllabus is designed both to adapt to the needs of a taught course and for self-study.
This document is the Protocol for the Design of a Research proposal on Global Political Ecology. It is a reproduction of the original “In search of the Holy Grail: Projects, Proposals and Research Design; but mostly about why writing a dissertation proposal is so difficult”, by Michael Watts with minor editing to fit the purposes of the ENTITLE project and its focus on questions of global and urban political ecology.
Marco Armiero Lise Sedrez
Marco Armiero and Lise Sedrez (Ed.). 2014. A History of Environmentalism: Local Struggles, Global Histories. Bloomsbury. London. 208.
Gustavo Garcia Lopez Forrest D. Fleischman, Natalie C. Ban, Graham Epstein, Sergio Villamayor-Tomas
Fleischman, F., Ban, N., Evans, L., Epstein, G., Garcia-Lopez, G., & Villamayor-Tomas, S. (2014). Governing large-scale social-ecological systems: Lessons from five cases. International Journal Of The Commons, 8(2), 428-456.
Giorgos Kallis Hug March
Kallis G., March H., 2015. Imaginaries of Hope: The Utopianism of Degrowth. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. Volume 105, Issue 2. pages 360-368.
Barca, S., 2013. Laboring the earth. Transnational reflections on the environmental history of work. Environmental History, pp. 1-25.
Milanez F. (org.). 2015. Memórias sertanistas: cem anos de indigenismo no Brasil Edições Sesc, São Paulo. 424 pages.
Anguelovski I. 2014, Neighborhood as Refugee, Community Reconstruction, Place Remaking, and Environmental Justice in the City. The Mit Press. Cambridge USA.
Bridge, G., 2014. Resource Geographies II: the resource-state nexus. Progress in Human Geography, 38(1), pp. 118-130.
Kotsila, P., 2014. Socio-political and Cultural Determinants of Diarrheal Disease in the Mekong Delta. From Discourse to Incidence. Berlin, Münster, Wien, Zürich, London: Lit Verlag, Vol. 28.
Barca, S., 2014. Telling the Right Story. Environmental Violence and Liberation Narratives, Environment and History vol. 20, n. 4, pp 535-46.
Erik Swyngedouw Japhy Wilson
Wilson J. and Swyngedouw E. (Eds.). 2014., The Post-Political and its Discontents: Spaces of Depoliticization, Specters of Radical Politics. Edinburgh University Press/Oxford University Press. Edinburgh/New York.
A manual product of the ENTITLE project designed for the use of civil society organisations and active citizens. The book offers an accessible insight into political ecology issues and provides intellectual and practical tools based from the experiences of the new generation of political ecologists trained within the project.
Gavin Bridge Tomas Frederiksen
Bridge, G., and Frederiksen, T., 2012. 'Order out of chaos': Resources, hazards and the production of a tin-mining economy in northern Nigeria in the early 20th century. Environment and History, 18(3), pp.1-28.
Giacomo D'Alisa Federico Demaria, Claudio Cattaneo
D’Alisa, G., Demaria, F., and Cattaneo, C., 2013. Civil and uncivil actors for a Degrowth society. Journal of Civil Society, 9(2), pp. 212–224.
Gustavo Garcia Lopez Forrest D. Fleischman, Brent Loken, Sergio Villamayor-Tomas
Fleischman, F., Loken, B., Garcia-Lopez, G., & Villamayor-Tomas, S. (2014). Evaluating the utility of common-pool resource theory for understanding forest governance and outcomes in Indonesia between 1965 and 2012. International Journal Of The Commons, 8(2), 304-336.
Amelie Huber Deepa Joshic
Huber A., Joshic D. 2015. Hydropower, Anti-Politics, and the Opening of New Political Spaces. World Development. Volume 76, December 2015, Pages 13–25.
Swyngedouw, E., 2014. Into the Sea: Desalination as a Hydro-Social Fix in Spain. Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 103(2), pp. 261-270.
Diego Andreucci Isabella M. Radhuber
Andreucci D., Radhuberb I.M. 2015, Limits to “counter-neoliberal” reform: Mining expansion and the marginalisation of post-extractivist forces in Evo Morales’s Bolivia, Geoforum. Article in Press, Available online 4 September 2015.
Velicu I. 2014. Moral versus Commercial Economies: Transylvanian Stories. New Political Science. Routledge. United Kingdom. Vol. 36/Issue 2, 219-237.
Swyngedouw, E., 2014. Not a Drop of Water...: State, Modernity and the Production of Nature in Spain, 1998-2010. Environment and History, 20(1), pp. 67-92.
Santiago Gorostiza Jordi Honey-Rosés, Roger Lloret
Gorostiza S., Honey-Rosés J., Lloret R. 2015. Rius de Sal. Una visió històrica de la salinització dels rius Llobregat i Cardener durant el segle XX. Edicions Llobregat.
Salvatore Paolo De Rosa Monica Caggiano
Caggiano M., De Rosa S. P., 2015. Social Economy as Antidote to Criminal Economy: How Social Cooperation is Reclaiming Commons in the Context of Campania’s Environmental Conflicts. PACO Partecipazione & Conflitto, ESE – Editoria Scientifica Elettronica, Italy, Vol. 8 n.2, Special Issue: Between Resilience and Resistance, pag. 530-554.
Barca S. 2015. Sur l'écologie de la classe ouvrière : un aperçu historique et transnational. Écologie & politique 50, 2015 Syndicats et transition écologique. Presses de Sciences Po | Écologie & Politique.
Armiero M. 2014. Teresa e le altre. Storie di donne nella terra dei fuochi. Jaca Book. Milano.
Maria Beltran Esther Velázquez
Beltrán, M. J., Velázquez, E. 2015. The Political Ecology of Virtual Water in Southern Spain. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., first published online: 28 DEC 2015.
Gavin Bridge Tom Perreault, James McCarthy (Eds.)
Perreault T., Bridge G., McCarthy J. (Eds), 2015. The Routledge Handbook of Political Ecology. Routledge. 646 pages