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Is all Environmental Humanities Feminist Environmental Humanities?

Photograph courtesy of Cecilia Åsberg
Published Jul 10, 2020

"It strikes us that “intersectional environmentalism” is environmental humanities, or at least is environmental humanities as it is now, in the field’s stage of maturity, understood. That the field can be encapsulated so well using a term from US Black feminism supports our provocation in this blog post: that all environmental humanities is in fact feminist environmental humanities"

Lauren LaFauci and Cecilia Åsberg discusses intersectional environmentalism, environmental humanities of today and ecocriticism in new text:

IS ALL ENVIRONMENTAL HUMANITIES FEMINIST ENVIRONMENTAL HUMANITIES?

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