[Iag-list] Fw: Special Issue Environmental Governance in a Populist/Authoritarian Era

Simon Batterbury simonpjb at unimelb.edu.au
Thu Mar 21 09:24:43 AEDT 2019


Annals of the American Association of Geographers  109(2)

 Special Issue  Environmental Governance in a Populist/Authoritarian Era

 ed. James McCarthy, Clark U

https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/raag21/109/2?nav=tocList<https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/raag21/109/2?nav=tocList>



Any online version linked below . Authors also get 50 free pdf copies



James McCarthy  Authoritarianism, Populism, and the Environment: Comparative Experiences, Insights, and Perspectives

Pages: 301-313   https://doi.org/10.1080/24694452.2018.1554393




Robert Wilson  Authoritarian Environmental Governance: Insights from the Past Century

Pages: 314-323




Nick Middeldorp & Philippe Le Billon Deadly Environmental Governance: Authoritarianism, Eco-populism, and the Repression of Environmental and Land Defenders

Pages: 324-337  https://www.researchgate.net/publication/325473597_Deadly_environmental_governance_Authoritarianism_eco-populism_and_the_repression_of_environmental_and_land_defenders<https://www.researchgate.net/publication/325473597_Deadly_environmental_governance_Authoritarianism_eco-populism_and_the_repression_of_environmental_and_land_defenders>




Miles Kenney-Lazar Neoliberalizing Authoritarian Environmental Governance in (Post)Socialist Laos

Pages: 338-348 https://www.researchgate.net/publication/331137729_Neoliberalizing_Authoritarian_Environmental_Governance_in_PostSocialist_Laos<https://www.researchgate.net/publication/331137729_Neoliberalizing_Authoritarian_Environmental_Governance_in_PostSocialist_Laos>




Angus Lyall & Gabriela Valdivia The Speculative Petro-State: Volatile Oil Prices and Resource Populism in Ecuador

Pages: 349-360   https://www.researchgate.net/publication/331072081_The_Speculative_Petro-State_Volatile_Oil_Prices_and_Resource_Populism_in_Ecuador<https://www.researchgate.net/publication/331072081_The_Speculative_Petro-State_Volatile_Oil_Prices_and_Resource_Populism_in_Ecuador>




Orhon Myadar & Sara Jackson  Contradictions of Populism and Resource Extraction: Examining the Intersection of Resource Nationalism and Accumulation by Dispossession in Mongolia

Pages: 361-370  https://www.academia.edu/37729573/Contradictions_of_Populism_and_Resource_Extraction_Examining_the_Intersection_of_Resource_Nationalism_and_Accumulation_by_Dispossession_in_Mongolia<https://www.academia.edu/37729573/Contradictions_of_Populism_and_Resource_Extraction_Examining_the_Intersection_of_Resource_Nationalism_and_Accumulation_by_Dispossession_in_Mongolia>




Erik Kojola  Bringing Back the Mines and a Way of Life: Populism and the Politics of Extraction

Pages: 371-381




Jessica K. Graybill Emotional Environments of Energy Extraction in Russia

Pages: 382-394




Garrett Graddy-Lovelace U.S. Farm Policy as Fraught Populism: Tracing the Scalar Tensions of Nationalist Agricultural Governance

Pages: 395-411   https://www.academia.edu/38444148/U_S_Farm_Policy_as_Fraught_Populism_Tracing_the_Scalar_Contradictions_of_Nationalist_Agricultural_Governance<https://www.academia.edu/38444148/U_S_Farm_Policy_as_Fraught_Populism_Tracing_the_Scalar_Contradictions_of_Nationalist_Agricultural_Governance>




Mohammed Rafi Arefin  The State, Sewers, and Security: How Does the Egyptian State Reframe Environmental Disasters as Terrorist Threats?

Pages: 412-421




Eda Acara  Sequestering a River: The Political Ecology of the “Dead” Ergene River and Neoliberal Urbanization in Today’s Turkey

Pages: 422-433




Kristian Saguin “Return the Lake to the People”: Populist Political Rhetoric and the Fate of a Resource Frontier in the Philippines

Pages: 434-442  https://www.researchgate.net/publication/329099693_Return_the_Lake_to_the_People_Populist_Political_Rhetoric_and_the_Fate_of_a_Resource_Frontier_in_the_Philippines<https://www.researchgate.net/publication/329099693_Return_the_Lake_to_the_People_Populist_Political_Rhetoric_and_the_Fate_of_a_Resource_Frontier_in_the_Philippines>




Anne J. Kantel   Fishing for Power: Incursions of the Ugandan Authoritarian State

Pages: 443-455




Afton Clarke-Sather  From the Heavens to the Markets: Governing Agricultural Drought under Chinese Fragmented Authoritarianism

Pages: 456-464




Jonathan N. Balls & Harry W. Fischer    Electricity-Centered Clientelism and the Contradictions of Private Solar Microgrids in India

Pages: 465-475




Heejun Chang, Sunhak Bae & Kyunghyun  Park      Dreams and Migration in South Korea’s Border Region: Landscape Change and Environmental Impacts

Pages: 476-491


Adam Bledsoe    Afro-Brazilian Resistance to Extractivism in the Bay of Aratu

Pages: 492-501




Joshua Mullenite      Infrastructure and Authoritarianism in the Land of Waters: A Genealogy of Flood Control in Guyana

Pages: 502-510




Melissa W. Wright    Border Thinking, Borderland Diversity, and Trump’s Wall

Pages: 511-519  https://doi.org/10.1080/24694452.2018.1542290




Laura Pulido, Tianna Bruno, Cristina Faiver-Serna & Cassandra Galentine    Environmental Deregulation, Spectacular Racism, and White Nationalism in the Trump Era

Pages: 520-532  https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/c047cf_7f9e0e4342e043c8842a341d2df50a49.pdf<https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/c047cf_7f9e0e4342e043c8842a341d2df50a49.pdf>




Matthew Sparke & Daniel Bessner      Reaction, Resilience, and the Trumpist Behemoth: Environmental Risk Management from “Hoax” to Technique of Domination

Pages: 533-544




Lindsey Dillon, Rebecca Lave, Becky Mansfield, Sara Wylie, Nicholas Shapiro, Anita Say Chan & Michelle Murphy       Situating Data in a Trumpian Era: The Environmental Data and Governance Initiative

Pages: 545-555




Robert A. Kopack      Rocket Wastelands in Kazakhstan: Scientific Authoritarianism and the Baikonur Cosmodrome

Pages: 556-567




Liz Koslov     Avoiding Climate Change: “Agnostic Adaptation” and the Politics of Public Silence

Pages: 568-580  https://www.academia.edu/38438109/Avoiding_Climate_Change_Agnostic_Adaptation_and_the_Politics_of_Public_Silence<https://www.academia.edu/38438109/Avoiding_Climate_Change_Agnostic_Adaptation_and_the_Politics_of_Public_Silence>




Kai Bosworth     The People Know Best: Situating the Counterexpertise of Populist Pipeline Opposition Movements

Pages: 581-592  https://www.academia.edu/36748240/The_people_know_best_Situating_the_counter-expertise_of_populist_pipeline_opposition_movements_Forthcoming_-_Annals_of_the_American_Association_of_Geographers_<https://www.academia.edu/36748240/The_people_know_best_Situating_the_counter-expertise_of_populist_pipeline_opposition_movements_Forthcoming_-_Annals_of_the_American_Association_of_Geographers_>




Tim Forsyth      Beyond Narratives: Civic Epistemologies and the Coproduction of Environmental Knowledge and Popular Environmentalism in Thailand

Pages: 593-612




Neimark B., J. Childs, A. Nightingale, C.J. Cavanagh, S. Sullivan, TR Benjaminsen, S.P.J. Batterbury, S. Koot and W. Harcourt.      Speaking Power to “Post-Truth”: Critical Political Ecology and the New Authoritarianism

Pages: 613-623   https://www.researchgate.net/publication/330913310_Speaking_Power_to_Post-Truth_Critical_Political_Ecology_and_the_New_Authoritarianism<https://www.researchgate.net/publication/330913310_Speaking_Power_to_Post-Truth_Critical_Political_Ecology_and_the_New_Authoritarianism>




Diego Andreucci     Populism, Emancipation, and Environmental Governance: Insights from Bolivia

Pages: 624-633 https://www.researchgate.net/publication/329825548_Populism_Emancipation_and_Environmental_Governance_Insights_from_Bolivia<https://www.researchgate.net/publication/329825548_Populism_Emancipation_and_Environmental_Governance_Insights_from_Bolivia>




Sarah Knuth    Whatever Happened to Green Collar Jobs? Populism and Clean Energy Transition

Pages: 634-643  https://www.researchgate.net/publication/328342440_Whatever_Happened_to_Green_Collar_Jobs_Populism_and_Clean_Energy_Transition<https://www.researchgate.net/publication/328342440_Whatever_Happened_to_Green_Collar_Jobs_Populism_and_Clean_Energy_Transition>




Kirsten Valentine Cadieux, Stephen Carpenter, Alex Liebman, Renata Blumberg & Bhaskar Upadhyay      Reparation Ecologies: Regimes of Repair in Populist Agroecology  Pages: 644-660   https://works.bepress.com/kvalentine-cadieux/34/<https://works.bepress.com/kvalentine-cadieux/34/>




Stuart C. Aitken, Li An & Shuang Yang      Development and Sustainable Ethics in Fanjingshan National Nature Reserve, China

Pages: 661-672




Jenny E. Goldstein, Kasia Paprocki & Tracey Osborne     A Manifesto for a Progressive Land-Grant Mission in an Authoritarian Populist Era . Pages: 673-684  https://www.academia.edu/38442520/A_Manifesto_for_a_Progressive_Land_Grant_Mission_in_an_Authoritarian_Populist_Era<https://www.academia.edu/38442520/A_Manifesto_for_a_Progressive_Land_Grant_Mission_in_an_Authoritarian_Populist_Era>












Prof. Simon <http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/lec/about-us/people/simon-batterbury> Batterbury<http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/lec/about-us/people/simon-batterbury> | Chair of Political Ecology | B504, Lancaster Environment Centre | Lancaster University | LA1 4YQ | UK, Europe. s.batterbury at lancaster.ac.uk<mailto:s.batterbury at lancaster.ac.uk>

& Principal Fellow, University of Melbourne, Australia


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