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Professor of Environmental Politics

Sherilyn MacGregor is Professor of Environmental Politics, based in the Department of Politics and the Sustainable Consumption Institute at the University of Manchester, UK. She has a wide-ranging profile of research on the gender dimensions of environment, climate and sustainability issues. She brings an intersectional ecofeminist perspective to questions of environmental and climate justice, ecological citizenship, commoning social reproduction, and everyday sustainabilities.

Recent publications that would be useful to read before the seminar include: Caring in a Changing Climate (Oxfam USA, 2022); ‘Making matter great again? ecofeminism, new materialism and the everyday turn in environmental politics’ (Environmental Politics 30, 2021); A feminist green new deal for the UK (2020);  ‘Beyond wishful thinking: a feminist political ecology perspective on commoning, care, and the promise of co-housing’ International Journal of the Commons 31(1), 2019) and The Routledge Handbook of Gender and Environment (2017).

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