Intensified by the significant challenge posed to industrial capitalist life by climate change and peak oil is the popular conviction that political and ecological concerns must be addressed together if they are to be addressed at all. Yet how any proposed reconfiguration of politics, economy, and ecology is to be understood remains a subject of much conflict, both intellectual and cultural. We would like to convene a working group to address the work of theorists and scholars from a variety of disciplines who are struggling to make sense out of ecological crisis.
To view the current schedule and obtain reading materials, visit:
Towards a Political Ecology Working Group on Duke Wiki