Undisciplined Environments - collaborative platform and blog on political ecology

On 1 October 2019, the Well-being, Ecology, Gender and cOmmunity (WEGO) research project and the European Network of Political Ecology (ENTITLE) launched a new blog on the overlap between power, society, culture and ecology - Undisciplined Environments

The Undisciplined Environments blog aims to become an influential crossroads for activists, researchers, journalists and anyone interested in the mutual overlaps of power, society, culture and ecology. It should become a compelling virtual space to share ideas, stories, concepts, methods and strategies for the elaboration of the knowledges and practices needed to build more emancipatory socionatural worlds.

The name Undisciplined Environments reflects the blog's aspiration to serve as a space to 'undiscipline' political ecology.

Longer Reads, essays and podcasts

The blog will include the writing, gathering, editing and publishing original contributions from researchers, practitioners, activists, artists and storytellers that tackle critically the co-constitution of social and environmental processes.

It will also include:

  • Longer Reads dedicated to more elaborate and expanded texts on political ecology and environmental humanities 
  • Short essays of no more than 1500 words
  • Reviews of political ecology books, films and events
  • Interviews,
  • Resources including pedagogical and other materials, such as syllabi and manuals
  • Art & multimedia including videos, podcasts, pictures, and other non-written forms of expression
  • Events & calls related to conferences, participation in meetings, protests/direct actions, etc