Crossing Boundaries: Points of Encounter with People and Worlds ‘Otherwise’
In response to the combined comments of Padini Nirmal, Ingrid L. Nelson and Lyla Mehta, and their own considerable contributions to feminist research on political ecology, I have found myself thinking of several paradoxes and contradictions that we all face in doing FPE. I do not have time to go into all the issues that their responses suggest but I would like to take this space to explore some of them.
KeywordsSocial Movement Dominican Republic Political Ecology Living World Complex Identity
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