(Constance) CLP Dupuis, MA


Constance Dupuis is a PhD candidate as part of the WEGO Feminist Political Ecology network. She did her bachelor’s degree in development and political economy at Trent University, Canada, and her master’s at the International Institute of Social Studies, The Netherlands.   Her doctoral research focuses on aging and where care across generations intersects with care for place/environment. The pandemic has shifted what she set out to do, but the core of her interest has remained to learn from the hopeful possibilities for radical care. Based at a development studies institute where conversations about generation are often focused on youth, she sees her research as bordering many academic conversations, underscoring the importance of taking age seriously in development/political ecology and attempting to demonstrate what perspectives like feminist political ecology can bring to critical aging studies.

International Institute of Social Studies

External PhD candidate | ISS PhD
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam

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4229 Global Political Ecology

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