Bibliography on Post-Colonialism and the Ecological Crisis in the Anthropocene

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English-language books selected from a list maintained by Berenice Gagne [1]:

  • Ulrich BRAND, Markus WISSEN, The Imperial Mode of Living. Everyday Life and the Ecological Crisis of Capitalism (Verso, 2021). Traduction (vers l’anglais) par Zachary King.
  • David CHANDLER, Julian REID, Becoming Indigenous. Governing Imaginaries in the Anthropocene (Rowman & Littlefield, 2019).
  • Michelle L. COCKS, Charlie M. SHACKLETON (dir.), Urban Nature. Enriching Belonging, Wellbeing and Bioculture (Routledge Studies in Urban Ecology, 2020).
  • Candace FUJIKANE, Mapping Abundance for a Planetary Future. Kanaka Maoli and Critical Settler Cartographies in Hawai’I (Duke University Press, 2021).
  • Amitav GHOSH, The Nutmeg’s Curse. Parables for a Planet in Crisis (Chicago University Press, 2021).
  • Max HAIVEN, Palm Oil: The Grease of Empire (Pluto Press, 2022).
  • Hamza HAMOUCHENE, Katie SANDWELL (dir.), Dismantling Green Colonialism. Energy and Climate Justice in the Arab Region (Plutot Press, 2023).
  • Samia HENNI (dir.), Deserts Are Not Empty (Columbia University Press, 2022).
  • Philipp LEHMANN, Desert Edens. Colonial Climate Engineering in the Age of Anxiety (Princeton University Press, 2022).
  • Max LIBOIRON, Pollution Is Colonialism (Duke University Press, 2021).
  • Max LIBOIRON, Josh LEPAWSKY, Discard Studies. Wasting, Systems, and Power (MIT Press, 2022).
  • Meg PARSONS, Karen FISHER, Roa Petra CREASE, Decolonising Blue Spaces in the Anthropocene. Freshwater management in Aotearoa New Zealand (Palgrave Macmillan, 2021).