February 24, 2022

CFP on “Decolonial Ecosophy: A Deliberative Encounter with Indian and non-western Eco-Theologies”

By Saswat S. Das and Ananya Roy Pratihar  A call for the Journal of Ecohumanism, Issue 2, invites contributions working to extend ecosophy through decolonial networks, intersecting with Indian and other non-western eco-theologies. The dense interplay between the multiple strands of eco-criticality in the current times that effectively exposes the ambivalences of state machinery’s eco-political intervention culminates in yielding ecosophical assemblages that works with a new ‘conceptual grammatology’, a grammatology that could be turned into an effective praxis to bring about multiple forms of eco-healing […]
December 3, 2021

Degrowth and Feminist Political Ecology and Decoloniality: Reflections from the WEGO network

By Wendy Harcourt, Irene Leonardelli, Enid Still and Anna Voss. Organized under the theme ‘Caring Communities for Radical Change’, the 8th International Degrowth Conference (August 24-28, The Hague), brought together nearly 900 activists, academics, and artists to discuss how to confront the contradictions between endless economic growth and the ecological boundaries of our planet.