Journal of Political Ecology
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Volume 21 (2014)

Articles 

  1. Megan A. Carney. 2014. The biopolitics of 'food insecurity': towards a critical political ecology of the body in studies of women's transnational migration. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 1-18. PDF

  2. Joan Martinez-Alier, Isabelle Anguelovski, Patrick Bond, Daniela Del Bene, Federico Demaria, Julien-Francois Gerber, Lucie Greyl, Willi Haas, Hali Healy, Victoria Marín-Burgos, Godwin Ojo, Marcelo Firpo Porto, Leida Rijnhout, Beatriz Rodríguez-Labajos, Joachim Spangenberg, Leah Temper, Rikard Warlenius and Ivonne Yánez. 2014. Between activism and science: grassroots concepts for sustainability coined by Environmental Justice Organizations. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 19-60. PDF

  3. Julia Koppel Maldonado. 2014. A multiple knowledge approach for adaptation to environmental change: lessons learned from coastal Louisiana's tribal communities. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 61-82. PDF

  4. Amber R. Huff. 2014. Weathering the 'Long Wounded Year': livelihoods, nutrition, and changing political ecologies in the Mikea Forest Region, Madagascar. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 83-107. PDF

    This paper was winner of the Eric Wolf Prize, Political Ecology Society, 2013.


  5. Laura Zanotti. 2014. Political ecology of movement: trekking and territoriality among the Kayapó. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 108-126. PDF

Nos. 6-11: Special Section on "Non-capitalist political ecologies," edited by Brian Burke and Boone Shear.


  1. Brian Burke and Boone Shear. 2014. Introduction: engaged scholarship for non-capitalist political ecologies. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 127-144. PDF

  2. Sarah Lyon. 2014. Fair Trade Towns USA: growing the market within a diverse economy. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 145-160. PDF

  3. Noor Johnson. 2014. Thinking through affect: Inuit knowledge on the tundra and in global environmental politics. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 161-177. PDF

  4. Cristina Grasseni. 2014. Seeds of trust. Italy's Gruppi di Acquisto Solidale (Solidarity Purchase Groups). Journal of Political Ecology 178-192. PDF

  5. Boone Shear. 2014. Making the green economy: politics, desire, and economic possibility. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 193-209. PDF

  6. Stephen Healy. 2014. The biopolitics of community economies in the era of the Anthropocene. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 210-221. PDF



Nos. 12-17: Special Section on "Energy, environment, engagement: encounters with hydraulic fracking," edited by Anna Willow and Sara Wylie.


  1. Anna Willow and Sara Wylie. 2014. Politics, ecology, and the new anthropology of energy: exploring the emerging frontiers of hydraulic fracking. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 222-236. PDF

  2. Anna Willow. 2014. The new politics of environmental degradation: un/expected landscapes of disempowerment and vulnerability. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 237-257. PDF

  3. Jean Simonelli. 2014. Home rule and natural gas development in New York: civil fracking rights. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 258-278. PDF

  4. Alexandra Mercer, Kim de Rijke, and Wolfram Dressler. 2014. Silence in the midst of the boom: coal seam gas, neoliberalizing discourse, and the future of regional Australia. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 279-302. PDF

  5. Anastasia Hudgins and Amanda Poole. 2014. Framing fracking: private property, common resources, and regimes of governance. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 303-319. PDF

  6. Sara Wylie and Len Albright. 2014. WellWatch: reflections on designing digital media for multi-sited para-ethnography. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 320-348. PDF



  1. Leo Couacaud. 2014. Hookworm disease and its relationship to capitalism and urban development. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 349-371. PDF

  2. Micha Rahder. 2014. Caring for Xate, caring for Xateros: NGO monitoring, livelihoods, and plant-human relations in Uaxactún, Guatemala. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 372-388. PDF

  3. Teresa Lloro-Bidart. 2014. They call them 'good-luck polka dots': disciplining bodies, bird biopower, and human-animal relationships at the Aquarium of the Pacific. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 389-407. PDF

  4. Mara J. Goldman and Saningo Milliary. 2014. From critique to engagement: re-evaluating the participatory model with Maasai in Northern Tanzania. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 408-423. PDF

  5. Fayaz Chagani. 2014. Critical political ecology and the seductions of posthumanism. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 424-436. PDF

  6. Merrill Singer. 2014. Following the turkey tails: neoliberal globalization and the political ecology of health. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 436-451. PDF

  7. Natasha White. 2014. The "White Gold of Jihad": violence, legitimisation and contestation in anti-poaching strategies. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 452-474. PDF

  8. Eunice Blavascunas. 2014. When foresters reterritorialize the periphery: post-socialist forest politics in Białowieża, Poland. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 475-492. PDF

  9. Jose A. Cortes-Vazquez. 2014. A natural life: neo-rurals and the power of everyday practices in protected areas. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 493-515. PDF

  10. Matthew R. Sanderson and R. Scott Frey. 2014. From desert to breadbasket ... to desert again? A metabolic rift in the High Plains Aquifer. Journal of Political Ecology 21: 516-532. PDF

  11. Ravic P. Nijbroek. 2014. Mangroves, mudbanks and seawalls: whose environmental knowledge counts when adapting to sea level rise in Suriname? Journal of Political Ecology 21: 533-550. PDF

  12. Book Reviews

    Weis, Tony. 2013. The ecological hoofprint: the global burden of industrial livestock. London & New York: Zed Books. Reviewed by Feliu López-i-Gelats.

    Gareau, Brian J. 2013. From precaution to profit: contemporary challenges to environmental protection in the Montreal Protocol. New Haven: Yale University Press. Reviewed by Deborah Scott.

    Eizenberg, Efrat. 2013. From the ground up: community gardens in New York City and the politics of spatial transformation. Farnham: Ashgate. Reviewed by Matt W. Murray.

    For all reviews: PDF