The references and links listed below build a selection of the most essential materials that provide information and inspiration for further research in the context of the Unruly Natures project. The repository is constantly being extended.

William M. Adam:

‘Geographies of Conservation II: Technology, Surveillance and Conservation by Algorithm’

Progress of Human Geography 43, no. 2 (2017).
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Marco Armiero:

Wasteocene: Stories from the Global Dump

 Cambridge UP (2021).

Cristina Baldacci et al:

Venice and the Anthropocene – an Ecocritical Guide

Wetlands (2022)

Karen Barad

Nature's Queer Performativity (the authorized version)

Published in Kvinder, Køn og forskning/ Women, Gender and Research (Copenhagen, 2012), No. 1-2, pp. 25-53.

Mark V. Barrow Jr.: 

Nature’s Ghosts Confronting Extinction from the Age of Jefferson to the Age of Ecology

Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (2009).
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Cadena, Marisol de la Cadena et al.: 

Earth Beings: Ecologies of Practice across Andean Worlds

Illustrated Edition. Durham: Duke University Press Books, 2015.
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Mark Carey:

The History of Ice: How Glaciers Became an Endangered Species.

Environmental History 12, no. 3 (2007): 497–527. http://www.jstor.org/stable/25473130.

Lauren Collee:

‘Camera Traps. Why Do We Overlook the Surveillance of Nature?’

Real Life (August 6, 2020).
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Environmental Humanities Journal

Living Lexicon for the Environmental Humanities

The Living Lexicon is a series of 1,000 word essays. Each essay highlights the importance of a particular keyword, demonstrating how it might help the Environmental Humanities to move in interesting directions that take seriously this dual imperative for critique and action. Lexicon entries are peer-reviewed using a standard double-blind process and published in a special section of Environmental Humanities.

Arturo Escobar

Designs for the Pluriverse

Duke University Press (2018)

Erica von Essen et al:

‘Wildlife in the Digital Anthropocene: Examining human-animal relations through surveillance technologies’

Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space (2021).

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Malcom Ferdinand

Une écologie décoloniale. Penser l'écologie depuis le monde caribéen

Paris: Le Seuil, 2019.

Jennifer Gabrys:

Program Earth. Environmental Sensing Technology and the Making of a Computational Planet

(Minneapolis, London: University of Minnesota Press, 2016).
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Sophie Gosselin, David gé Bartoli:

La Condition Terrestre. Habiter la Terre en Communs

Seuil (2022).

Donna Haraway:

‘Situated Knowledges: The Science Question in Feminism and the Privilege of Partial Perspective’

Feminist Studies, 14, no. 3 (1988).
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 Tim Ingold:

‘Globes and spheres: the topology of environmentalism’

in Environmentalism, edited by Kay Milton, Routledge, (1993).

Serenella Iovino:

‘The Reverse of the Sublime: Dilemmas (and Resources) of the Anthropocene Garden’

in RCC Perspectives: Transformations in Environment and Society 2019, no. 3. doi.org/10.5282/rcc/8802

Federico Luisetti:

‘Geopower: On the States of Nature of Late Capitalism’

European Journal of Social Theory 22, 3, (2019).

Federico Luisetti

‘Decolonizing Gaia or, Why the Savages Shall Fear Bruno Latour’s Political Animism’

in The Battlefield of the Anthropocene, Edited by Sara Baranzoni – Paolo Vignola, Azimuth 9/2017.

Joan Martínez-Alier:

Land, Water, Air and Freedom
– The Making of World Movements for Environmental Justice

Open Access Monograph. Edward Elgar Publishing (2023).

Joan Martinez-Alier

Land, Water, Air and Freedom – the Making of World Movements for Environmental Justice

Video of the Holberg Lecture by the 2023 Laureate Joan Martinez-Alier (2023)

Jacques Rancière:

Disagreement. Politics and Philosophy

University of Minnesota Press (2004).
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Maristella Svampa:

Neo-extractivism in Latin America. Socio-environmental Conflicts, The Territorial Turn, and New Political Narratives

Cambridge UP (2019).
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Michael Taussig:

The Corn Wolf

Chicago University Press (2015).

Miriam Tola:

‘Between Pachamama and Mother Earth: Gender, Political Ontology and the Rights of Nature in Contemporary Bolivia’

Feminist Review 118, 1, 2018, pp. 25–40
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Astrid Ulloa: 

‘The Geopolitics of Carbonized Nature and the Zero Carbon Citizen’

South Atlantic Quarterly 116, 1, 2017, pp. 111-20.
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