Going beyond the “ecological turn” in the humanities

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Not just the humanities but also in 2017, a prestigious science journal giving attention to Ecology with a new journal (but sharing the spot with Evolution).: https://whyevolutionistrue.wordpress.com/2015/11/16/nature-to-launch-new-ecology-and-evolution-journal/

ENTITLE blog - a collaborative writing project on Political Ecology

By Aaron Vansintjan.*

Talk about the Anthropocene often has a tendency to rely on apolitical and colonialist assumptions. But the turn to ecology in the humanities will require acknowledging—and, more importantly, supporting—those peoples who have never turned their back on ‘ecology’ in the first place.

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