Feminist approaches to multi-scalar, more-than-human, power and politics pushes critical agrarian studies in novel directions. Gender-nature-body are critical sites for realignments of social, material and political relations, resulting in uneven access to and control over resources. Gender, race, class and other forms of intersectional socionatural relations are foundational to agrarian studies concerns such as class formation, collective action, extractivism and land grabs. The chapter reframes agrarian conflicts as the material and emotional outcomes of embodied, differentiated responses to enclosure and commodification, linking scales from the global economy to the uneven conditions of peoples’ lives to illuminate spaces of transformation.
|Title of host publication
|Handbook of Critical Agrarian Studies
|A.H. Akram-Lodhi, K Dietz, B Engels, B.M. McKay
|Place of Publication
|Number of pages
|Published - 14 Dec 2021
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