This keynote address will engage with core themes of the conference by making some critical feminist reflections on contemporary climate change politics. It will begin by considering the implications of what has been called a ‘post-political climate consensus,’ where the Left, the Right, and the Green seem to have coalesced around an agenda (entirely supportive of neoliberalism) that erases social difference, limits democratic dissent, and demonizes nature in the name of planetary apocalypse. Then, in response to this analysis, arguments will be presented for why citizenship, informed by feminist green politics, should be embraced as a position from which to resist these worrying trends and to reclaim political spaces from which to imagine just and sustainable futures.
29 May 2016
|Title||Congress of the Canadian Federation of the Humanities and Social Sciences|
|Period||28/05/16 → 31/05/16|
|Location||University of Calgary|
|Degree of recognition||International event|