Categories: policy

Network | Project
Resistance against the land grab
The chapter follows the lives of Garifuna Defensoras, women who serve as land and community defenders on the north coast...
Network | Project
Hemispheric, Relational, and Intersectional Political Ecologies of Race: Centering Land-Body Entanglements in the Americas
This paper draws on themes of race and coloniality in political ecology and social historical contexts in Latin America to...
Network | Researcher Profile
Sharlene Mollett is an associate professor in the department of human geography at U of T Scarborough. As a feminist political ecologist and cultural geographer, Mollett studies the relationship between land and culture, and how gender and race shape access to natural resources. Her research areas include land and natural resource conflicts, development geography and property rights.
News | Wednesday, March 30, 2022
As a feminist political ecologist and cultural geographer, Sharlene Mollett studies the relationship between land and culture, and how gender...