Wainwright J, 2005, "The geographies of political ecology: after Edward Said" Environment and Planning A 37(6) 1033 – 1043
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The geographies of political ecology: after Edward Said
Received 28 May 2004; in revised form 3 September 2004
Abstract. This paper offers theoretical reflections on a series of questions raised by the shift in political ecology from the Third World to the First: what precisely constitutes a context for political ecology? How does something come to be a space or region that calls for political ecology? To respond to these questions, I argue for a turn to the thought of Edward Said, who articulates a Gramscian approach to geography that calls into question the constitution of the world.
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