Paper and Panel themes: proposals for papers and panels are invited that address a combination of the following themes and issues:
- Resources and land use practices including but not limited to: biodiversity and conservation, agriculture, agroecology, forests, water management, marine resources, etc;
- Drivers of violence and conflict such as inequality, resource access, capitalism, markets, governmental policies, ecotourism, militarization, climate change, science and technology, war and crisis, conservation and development programs;
- Forms and conceptions of violence including but not limited to structural and material forms of violence, symbolic and epistemic violence as well as practices of contestation, resistance and the development of alternatives;
- Conceptual, theoretical and methodological approaches to political ecology and beyond: (post-)structuralist, (post-)Marxist, governance studies, ANT, discourse analysis, governmentality, biopolitics, cultural studies, posthumanist, ethnographic, etc.
Call for papers has been closed
We invite single paper abstracts, panel abstracts and full panel proposals (meaning a preferred maximum of 4 paper presentations for 1 panel). Please send your paper abstract, panel abstract or full panel abstract as a Word document to firstname.lastname@example.org before 15 December 2015. Abstracts of the papers and the panels as well as abstracts describing a full panel should not exceed 300 words per abstract. So in case of a full panel, this means you send one document with 5 abstracts of 300 words max. (1 for the panel and 4 for the papers).