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L’environnement dans les géographies anglophone et française: émergence, transformations et circulations de la political ecology

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Translated title of the contributionThe environment in anglophone and French geography : the transformations and circulations of political ecology
Publication date23/02/2017
Host publicationHumanités environnementales: enquêtes et contre-enquêtes
EditorsGuillaume Blanc, Élise Demeulenaere, Wolf Feuerhahn
Place of PublicationParis
PublisherPublications de la Sorbonne
Pages117-138
Number of pages22
ISBN (Print)9782859449889
<mark>Original language</mark>French

Abstract

The purpose of this chapter is to trace the historical and socio-political context of “environment-in-geography”, including key moments as well as epistemological and institutional debates. We highlight in particular a sub-field called “political ecology”. In doing so, we transgress geography’s disciplinary boundaries, as the roots of this approach are found as much in anthropology as in geography, and the current political ecology community of practice spans the social sciences and beyond. But as this book addresses a Francophone audience, and given the important role of political ecology in recent developments in French environmental geography, this disciplinary focus is justified. We conclude with a section on geography in France.