CALL FOR PAPERS – Environmental Ethics and Structural Oppression

University of Memphis Philosophy Graduate School Conference
24-25 March 2017
Keynotes: Chris Cuomo (University of Georgia) & Kyle Whyte (Michigan State University)
Papers due 31 December 2016
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CALL FOR PAPERS – Indigenous resurgence, Decolonization, and Movements for Environmental Justice

Thematic Focus: Indigenous resurgence, Decolonization, and Movements for Environmental Justice
in Environment and Society: Advances in Research
Guest Editor: Jaskiran Dhillon
Forthcoming: Volume IX (2018)
Abstracts due: 30 November 2016
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CFP – Ecological Resistance Movements in the 21st Century

ecologcial resistence movementsA Call For Proposals

A wide variety of environmental movements emerged globally after the first Earth Day in 1970. Increasingly, they have been joined by anti-colonial, poor people’s, indigenous, feminist and social justice movements that were seeking to integrate environmental concerns. Over the years, a number of works analyzed the influences and prospects of these movements, including, in 1995, Ecological Resistance Movements: the global emergence of radical and popular environmentalism. In recent years there appears to be an upsurge in direct action and other forms of environmental resistance, including resistance at Gezi Park in Turkey, the Belo Monte Dam in Brazil, to the gates of the White House in Washington DC. We seek to focus scholarly attention on this resurgence and seek proposals analyzing them. Continue reading

CONFERENCE – ISEE @ the 2014 Pacific APA

APAYou are invited to attend ISEE’s two sessions at the upcoming 2014 Pacific Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association (APA), which will be held in San Diego, CA, USA from Wednesday, April 16th to Sunday, April 20th at the Westin Gaslamp Hotel. As usual, this year’s sessions look to be exemplary.

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