Peoples Science

Ariel Salleh (1986) 'Fantasy, Denial or Social Responsibility in Education' in Graham Wrightson ed., Proceedings: First Symposium on Computing and Social Responsibility, Macquarie University.

Ariel Salleh (1987) 'A Note on the First International Meeting of Ecofeminists', Women's Newsletter, Sociological Association of Australia and New Zealand Women's Newsletter, No. 3, 16-18. Reprint.

Ariel Salleh (1988) 'Fantasy, Denial, and Social Responsibility in Computing', Engineering and Social Responsibility, Vol. 6, No. 1, 4-8. Reprint.

Ariel Salleh (1991) Edited with Barbara Whiteman, Jo Immig, Kathryn Squires, ecofeminist actions, No. 3, 1-8.

Ariel Salleh (2000) 'Ecology and the Sui Generis Profession', Nexus: Newsletter of the Australian Sociological Association, Vol. 12, No. 1, 10-11.

Ariel Salleh (2002) 'A Green Questionnaire' in Janis Birkeland, Design for Sustainability. London: Earthscan, 31-32.

Ariel Salleh (2003) 'Ecofeminism as Sociology', Capitalism Nature Socialism, Vol. 14, No. 1, 61-74.

Ariel Salleh (2006) 'Ecological Economics and the Humanity-Nature Metabolism', Proceedings of the 9th International Society for Ecological Economics Conference, Habitat Centre, New Delhi.

Ariel Salleh (2009) 'Is Our Sustainability Science Racist?', Ockham's Razor, ABC Radio National, 4 October: (Audio)
ABC Radio National: www.abc.net.au/rn/ockhamsrazor/stories/2009/2702106.htm

Ariel Salleh (2009) 'The Dystopia of Technoscience: An Ecofeminist Critique of Postmodern Reason', Futures, Vol. 41, No 4, 201-209.

Ariel Salleh (2010) 'Is Our Sustainability Science Racist?', Environment, Technology and Society, (American Sociological Association) winter issue: www.envirosoc.org.

Ariel Salleh (2010) 'Editorial: A sociological reflection on the complexities of climate change research', International Journal of Water, Vol. 5, No. 4, 285-297.

Ariel Salleh (2012) with Mary Mellor, Katharyn Farrell, and Vandana Shiva, 'How Ecofeminists Use Complexity in Ecological Economics' in K. Farrell, S. van den Hove, and T. Luzzati eds., Beyond Reductionism. London: Routledge, in press.

Ariel Salleh (2014) 'Foreword' to Michal Kravcik et al, After Us, the Desert and the Deluge?, Seoul: CIR CO. (Korean transl. - KR)

Ariel Salleh (2015) ‘Listening to Ecological Voices from the Global South’, Journal of Environmental Thought and Education, Vol. 8, 64-71.

ACTIVIST LINKS

Corner House: www.thecornerhouse.org.uk
EcoNexus: www.econexus.info
Erosion, Technology and Concentration: www.etcgroup.org/en
Indigenous Science: www.livingknowledge.anu.edu.au
Science for the People: www.scienceforthepeople.net