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NEW PAPER 'North Atlantic fishy feminists and the more-than-human approach: a conversation'
In the newly published Gender Place and Culture paper 'North Atlantic fishy feminists and the more-than-human approach: a conversation'', Drs. Christine Knott, Nicole Power, Barbara Neis and Katia Frangoudes place existing North Atlantic feminist fisheries research in conversation with an emerging body of feminist scholarship interrogating human-fish relations.
A Ecofeminist Lens to examine human-fish relations
The paper makes the case for applying an ecofeminist lens in future work foregrounding how relations among humans, fisheries and fish are shaped by intersecting capitalist, colonial, speciesist and patriarchal systems of oppression. They argue this lens would highlight the multiple oppressions that arise from altered fishery and aquaculture arrangements and dynamics in the age of the Anthropocene. Putting these bodies of work into lively conversation contributes to both the feminist fisheries/aquaculture and the more-than-human literatures.
By 'Fishy Feminist', Nov 10,, 2021
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