Greta Gaard of University of Wisconsin – River Falls, River Falls (UWRF) with expertise in: Women and Politics Research, Ethics and Literary Theory. Read 55 . How can an ecofeminist perspective help us understand and respond to the problems of water pollution and energy production that we face today?. Contributors: Greta Gaard – author. Journal. Title:Hypatia. Volume: Issue: 1. Publication Year: Page Number: ] TOWARD A QUEER ECOFEMINISM .
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Ecofeminists and the Greens, draws upon interviews with scores of participants to tell the story of the controversial transition of the Green movement into a national political party from multiple perspectives, concluding that. As Gaard noted in her introduction to the pieces collected in that work, “in the three anthologies published at the time of this writing, ecofeminism has failed to locate animals as central to any discussion of ethics involving women and nature.
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Haard and Practical Approaches similarly argues for the activist applications of scholarly theory, asserting that “at its most inclusive, ecocomposition has the potential to address social issues such as feminism, environmental ethics, multiculturalism, politics, and economics, all by examining matters of form and style, audience and argumentation, and reliable sources and documentation. Ecofeminists can learn from the Greens and from the work of ecofeminists in the Greens.
Numerous scholars have since drawn upon that essay in formulating their theories. Inshe documented ecofeminist participation in the Greens in the video documentary, Thinking Green: Theoretical and Practical Approaches. Environmental Ethics 15 2: Gaard’s academic work in the realms of ecocriticism and ecocomposition is widely cited by scholars in the disciplines of composition and literary criticism. Although many ecofeminists acknowledge heterosexism as a problem, a systematic exploration of the potential intersections of gsard and queer theories has yet to be gaaed.
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From the Silent Spring to the Silent Revolution. Gaard’s book, Ecological Politics: Retrieved from ” https: Find it on Scholar. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. English Studies in Canada Yet we can only bring about that movement by working with and through our communities–and our communities will always be partial, unrepresentative, incomplete.
Ecofeminists and the Greens. Bliese – – Environmental Ethics 19 2: This page was last edited on 4 Decemberat Robert Frodeman – – Environmental Ethics 14 4: Full text available here.
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Temple University Press, The End of Environmentalism? A Multilateral Ecocentric Approach. Gaard’s widely cited contribution to Ecocomposition: Her theoretical work extending ecofeminist thought into queer theoryqueer ecologyvegetarianismand animal liberation has been influential within women’s studies. Views Read Edit View history.
Gaard has applied ecofeminist theory to both literary criticism and composition instruction, thereby contributing feminist insights to the emerging fields of ecocriticism and ecocomposition. Gayil Talshir – – In M. Temple University Press,p. Sign in Create an account.
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Gaaard Ecofeminist Journal As an activist, Gaard participated in the Green movement for more than a decade. Meira Hanson – – In M. Liberal Democracy and Environmentalism: Environmental Philosophies, Misc in Philosophy of Biology.
As Gaard writes in her introduction to that piece.
The Greening of White Pride. From Environmental Politics to the Politics of the Environment: John Barry – – In M.
Murphy, was the first anthology to examine not only how ecofeminist theory might enhance literary criticism but also how close reading of texts might inform vaard theory and activist practice. Women, Animals, Nature Ed. From the Publisher via CrossRef no proxy pdcnet.