This article offers insights into conceptual, pedagogical, and programmatic crossings and conflicts between the fields of Environmental Studies and Ethnic Studies. It highlights both the important intersections between the two fields and their potential value, while also addressing the challenges posed in the development of programmatic collaborations. Utilizing case studies drawn from the author’s own experiences, the article’s focus is on harnessing the strengths and limitations of both fields to promote transformative knowledge and action at multiple scales.
Research Article| July 28 2020
Environmental Studies and Ethnic Studies: Tensions, Collaborations, Intersections
Ethnic Studies Review (2020) 43 (2): 9–16.
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David N. Pellow; Environmental Studies and Ethnic Studies: Tensions, Collaborations, Intersections. Ethnic Studies Review 28 July 2020; 43 (2): 9–16. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/esr.2020.43.2.9
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