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Jason Lambacher delivers paper on “The Politics of Ecological Nostalgia”

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IAS faculty member Jason Lambacher attended the annual conference of the Western Political Science Association (WPSA) this month in Vancouver, B.C. The WPSA is the regional professional association of political scientists and is internationally known as a hot spot for work in environmental political theory.  He delivered an environmental political theory paper titled, “The Politics of Ecological Nostalgia.”  Lambacher's paper ...

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Rob Turner and Jason Lambacher represent at the 2017 Washington Higher Education Sustainability Conference

Rob Turner and Jason Lambacher

IAS faculty members Rob Turner and Jason Lambacher, along with Jean McGregor from Evergreen State College, ran a workshop at the 2017 Washington Higher Education Sustainability Conference held at Gonzaga University in Spokane on February 16.  The title of the 75 minute session was How Do We Address the Political Ecology of Education for Sustainability?  In this Solutions Roundtable session, Jason, Jean, and Rob shared resources that place sustainability objectives and proposals, as well as the shifting perspectives of our students, in a ...

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Jason Lambacher presents paper on Wilderness, Wildness, and Cross-cultural Dialogue

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IAS faculty member Jason Lambacher presented an environmental political theory paper titled, "Wilderness, Wildness, and Cross-cultural Dialogue," at the Just Sustainability -- Hope for the Commons conference, hosted by Seattle University's Center for Environmental Justice & Sustainability on August 7-9.  Lambacher's paper examines social justice critiques of ...

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Jason Lambacher Publishes in the Oxford Handbook of Environmental Political Theory

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IAS faculty member Jason Lambacher published a chapter in the inaugural Oxford Handbook of Environmental Political Theory titled, "Freedom."  The article focuses on a critical account of the status of "freedom" in environmental politics and thought.

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