Ecofeminist Theory

Hegemonic masculinity, technoscience, reproductive labour skills

Ariel K. Salleh (1981) 'Of Portnoy's Complaint and feminist problematics', Journal of Sociology, Vol. 17, No. 1, 4-13.

Ariel K. Salleh (1982) 'Nature in trouble: Reply to Robert van Krieken', Journal of Sociology, Vol. 18, No. 3, 465-71.

Ariel K. Salleh (1983) 'Ecology and Ideology', Chain Reaction, No. 31, 20.

Ariel Salleh (1984) 'Why Ecofeminism?', Women's Action Against Global Violence News, February-March, 6.

Ariel Salleh (1984) 'The growth of ecofeminism', Chain Reaction, No. 36, 26-28.

Ariel Salleh (1984) 'From Feminism to Ecology', Social Alternatives, Vol. 4, No. 3, 8-12.
Social Alternatives:

Ariel K. Salleh (1984) 'Contribution to the Critique of Political Epistemology', Thesis Eleven, No. 8, 23-43.

Ariel Salleh (1985) Interview by Paul Carter, 'Positioning Women's Writing', First Edition, ABC Radio National, February. (Audio)

Ariel Salleh (1985) 'Getting Ecofeminism Straight: Reply to Terri Seddon', Chain Reaction, No. 37, 3-4.

Ariel Salleh (1987) 'Ecofeminist Perspectives: First International Meeting', New Leaves, No. 11, 23-25.

Ariel Salleh (1988) 'Environment: Consciousness and Action', Journal of Environmental Education, Vol. 20, No. 2, 26-31.

Ariel Salleh (1989) 'Stirrings of a New Renaissance', Island Magazine, No. 38, 26-31.

Ariel Salleh (1990) 'The Politics of Representation', Arena, No. 91, 163-169.

Ariel Salleh (1991) 'Essentialism - and ecofeminism', Arena, No. 94, 167-173.

Ariel Salleh (1992) 'Gender and Environment - main themes' in Ronnie Harding ed., Proceedings of Ecopolitics V Conference, University of New South Wales.

Ariel Salleh (1993) 'Beware Black Shades: A Comment on Pornography and Pleasure', Fifth Estate, Vol. 28, No. 1, 28-30.

Ariel Salleh (1993) ‘Working with Nature: reciprocity or control?’ in Michael Zimmerman (ed.), Environmental Philosophy. New York: Prentice Hall. (Reprint US)

Ariel Salleh (1993) ‘Living with Nature’ in Maria d'Avila Neto and Naumi de Vasconcelos (eds.), Ecologia, Feminismo, Desenvolvimento. Rio de Janeiro: EICOS-Universidade Federale. (Reprint. BR)

Ariel Salleh (1998) 'Women and Grounded Solidarity' in John Cameron ed., Proceedings of the Sense of Place Colloquium in Alice Springs, 1997, Social Ecology, University of Western Sydney.

Ariel Salleh (1998) 'Ecology, Feminism, and Liberal Myopia', Island Magazine, No. 75, 123-25.

Ariel Salleh (1999) Dialogue with Meira Hanson: 'On Production and Reproduction, Identity and Non-identity', Organization & Environment, Vol. 12, No. 2, 207-218.

Ariel Salleh (2000) 'Protecting Diversity: Bio, Cultural, Theoretical', Rhizome, Vol. 8, No. 4.

Mies' 2002 Birthday, Koln: 1st left Rubenstein, 4th left Von Werlhof,
5th left Dutta, centre Mies, 1st right Salleh, 2nd right Gyorgy

Ariel Salleh (2001) 'Ecofeminism' in Victor Taylor and Charles Winquist eds., The Postmodern Encyclopaedia. London: Routledge, 109.

Ariel Salleh (2009) 'The Dystopia of Technoscience: An ecofeminist critique of postmodern reason', Futures, Vol. 41, No. 4, 201-209.

Susan Hawthorne and Ariel Salleh (2009) Conversation: 'Thinking Beyond, Thinking Deep', Island Magazine, No. 116, 8-17.

Ariel Salleh (2009) 'Dlug Ekologiczny: Dlug Ucielesniony' [Ecological Debt: Embodied Debt], Biblioteka Online Think Tank Feministycznego: (Polish trans.)

Ariel Salleh (2010) 'From Eco-Sufficiency to Global Justice', Think Tank Feministyczny: (Polish trans. PL)

Ariel Salleh (2010) 'El Movimiento Ecofeminista y la Economia Solidaria', Veredas: Revista del Pensamiento Sociologico, No. 21, Vol. 11, 71-79. (Mexican trans.)

Ariel Salleh (2010) 'Embodied Materialism in Action', Polygraph: special issue on Ecology and Ideology, No. 22, 183-199:

Ariel Salleh (2011) 'Fukushima: A Call for Women's Leadership', Journal of Environmental Thought and Action, Vol. 5, No. 4, 45-52 [Japanese trans., 198-210]

Ariel Salleh (2011) 'Climate Change and the 'Other' Footprint', Women Resisting Crisis and War, Asia Pacific Research Network Conference Proceedings, Manila: IBON, 2112.

Ariel Salleh (2012) 'Women, food sovereignty and 'green jobs' in China', Chain Reaction, No. 115, 46-47:

Ariel Salleh, with Mary Mellor, Katharyn Farrell, and Vandana Shiva (2012) 'How Ecofeminists Use Complexity in Ecological Economics' in K. Farrell, S. van den Hove, and T. Luzzati (eds.), Beyond Reductionism. London: - Routledge, 154-178.

Ariel Salleh (2012) 'Fukushima: A call for women's leadership', The Commoner, No. 15, 314-337.

Ariel Salleh (2014) 'Fukushima: A Call for Women's Leadership':

Ariel Salleh (2014) 'Foreword' to Maria Mies and Vandana Shiva, Ecofeminism, London: Zed Books.

Ariel Salleh (2014) Keynote: 'The Vicissitudes of an Earth Democracy', for Affective Habitus: New Environmental Histories, 5th ASLEC-ANZ Biennial Conference, Humanities Research Centre, Australian National University, Canberra, June: (AU)

Ariel Salleh (2015) 'Ecofeminism and the Politics of Reproduction' in Brigitte Aulenbacher, Birgit Riegraf, Susanne Völker (eds.), Feministische Kapitalismuskritik, Einstiege in bedeutende Forschungsfelder mit einem Interview mit Ariel Salleh, Munster, Westfälisches: Dampfboot. (DE)

Ariel Salleh (2016) 'Triangulating Political Ecology' in Susan Buckingham (ed.), Gender and Environment. London: Routledge. (UK)

Ariel Salleh (2016) 'The Anthropocene: Thinking in “Deep Geological Time” or Deep Libidinal Time?', International Critical Thought, Vol. 6, No. 3, 422-433.

Ariel Salleh (2016) 'Odih's Watersheds in Marxist Ecofeminism', Capitalism Nature Socialism, Vol. 27, No. 1, 132-140. (US)

Ariel Salleh (2016) Interview: 'Im patriarchalen Würgegriff: Ariel Salleh über die Aktualität des Ökofeminismus', An-schlage, No. 5, 17-19. (AT)

Ariel Salleh (2016) 'Pour un ecofeminisme international' in Emilie Hache (ed.), Reclaim: Recueil de textes ecofeministes. Paris: Editions Cambourakis/Sorcieres, 343-366. (chapter French trans. FR )

Ariel Salleh (2017) Conversation with Ashish Kothari, 'Ecofeminism', Radical Ecological Democracy Dialogue Series: (IN)

Ariel Salleh (2017) 'Ecofeminism' in Clive Spash (ed.), Ecological Economics: Nature and Society. London: Routledge. (UK)

Ariel Salleh (2017) 'Deeper than Deep Ecology: The ecofeminist connection' in Lara Stevens, Peta Tait, and Devise Varney (eds.), Feminist Ecologies. London: Palgrave Macmillan. (UK)

Ariel Salleh (2017) 'A tecnociência pós-moderna e o trabalho de cuidado' [Postmodern Technoscience and the Labour of Care], Cadernos Cemarx: special issue: Marxism, sexuality and gender, No.10, 175-196. (BR)

Ariel Salleh (2017) Il Mitte interview with Valentina Risaliti, 'Berlino è femmina: Ariel Salleh presenta la sua idea di ecofemminismo', Il Mitte, Berlin, 5 June. (Italian transl. DE)

Ariel Salleh (2017) 'Le Materialisme incarne en action', Multitudes, No. 67, 37-53. (French transl. FR)

Ariel Salleh (2018) One Question Interview: 'What is the biggest challenge facing women today?' in Cihan Aksan (ed.), State of Nature Blog, International Women's Day, 8 March:

Ariel Salleh (2018) 'Antropocen: Razmišljanje u "dubokom geološkom vremenu" ili duboko libidinalno vrijeme' in Suzana Marjanić and Goran Đurđević (Durdevic (eds.), Ekofeminizam: između zelenih i ženskih studija [Ecofeminism: between green and women's studies]. Koprivnica: Pod galgama. (Croation trans.)

Ariel Salleh (2018) Interview with Goran Đurđević, 'Ekofeminizam je uvijek bio politika solidarnosti', Pravednost, October: (Croatian trans.)

Ariel Salleh (2018) 'Una estrategia eco-feminista: militar por el agua, el clima, y las luchas post-desarollo' [Joining Up Water, Climate, and Post-Development Struggles: An Ecofeminist Strategy] in Alberto Acosta (ed.), Ecuador Debate, No 103, 147-158. (Spanish trans.)

Ariel Salleh (2019) 'The Meanings of Labor', Roundtable 'Planetizing the Labor Movement', Tellus Institute, Boston:

Ariel Salleh (2019) 'Ecofeminist Sociology as a New Class Analysis' in Klaus Dorre and Brigitte Aulenbacher (eds.) Global Dialogue, International Sociological Association Newsletter: Vol. 9, No. 1: .

Ariel Salleh (2019) 'Odih's Adsensory Urban Ecology', Progress in Political Economy:

Ariel Salleh (2019) 'Okofeminizmus', Fordulat, Vol. 25, No. 1, 147-162. (Hungarian trans. HU)

Ariel Salleh (2019) 'Ecofeminist Reason and the Politics of Life-on-Earth', in Andrej Luksic and Tomislav Tkalec (eds.), Intertwining of Diverse Minds, Proceedings from the 2018 Summer School of Political Ecology, University of Ljubljana, September. (SI)

Ariel Salleh (2019) 'Ecofeminism as (Marxist) Sociology' in Khayaat Fakier, Diana Mulinari, and Nora Rathzel (eds.) Marxist Feminist Theories and Struggles Today: Essential Writings on Intersectionality, Labour, and Ecofeminism. London: Zed Books.

Ariel Salleh (2020) 'Ecofeminism: The Politics of Holding Life-on-Earth Together', Radical Ecological Democracy:

Ariel Salleh (2020) 'A Materialist Ecofeminist Reading of the Green Economy: or, Yes Karl, the Ecological Footprint is Sex-Gendered’, in Hamed Hosseini, James Goodman, Sara Motta, and Barry Gills (eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Transformative Global Studies. London: Routledge.

Ariel Salleh (2020) '"Holding" a Just and Ecological Peace' in Joe Camilleri and Deborah Guess (eds.) Towards a Just and Ecologically Sustainable Peace. Singapore: Palgrave.

Ariel Salleh (2020) 'Antropocen: razmišljajući u "dubinskom geološkom vremenu" ili "dubinskom libidinalnom vremenu" in Ekofeminizam: između zelenih i ženskih studija (Ecofeminism: between Green and Women’s Studies), G. Đurđević, S. Marjanić (eds.), Zagreb: Durieux, 43-59. (Croat transl. HR)

Ariel Salleh (2020) 'Ecofeminism As Politics: A Conversation With Ariel Salleh', 15 September:

Ariel Salleh (2020) 'Ecofeminism: The Politics of Holding Life-on-Earth Together', Radical Ecological Democracy: (Reprint. IN)

Ariel Salleh (2021) 'An Embodied Materialist Sociology' in Michael Bell, Michael Carolan, Julie Keller, and Katharine Legun (eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Environmental Sociology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.



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