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Participatory Action Research (PAR) at UVM

The Agroecology and Livelihoods Collaborative (ALC) hosted a full day workshop on Participatory Action Research (PAR) at UVM, on September 29. The workshop included lectures, case study presentations and participant exercises to better understand what PAR is and how to do it. The workshop was organized in collaboration with the Economics for the […]

Le socialisme de marché : une défense (article de blog écrit par Charles Guay-Boutet)

Le début de la décennie 1980-1990 est marqué par la victoire, au Royaume-Uni et aux États-Unis, de partis résolument pro-marchés ou dits «néolibéraux», marquant ainsi un net recul de la gauche traditionnelle[1]. C’est dans ce contexte qu’un certain nombre de théoriciens de gauche ont essayé de réactualiser un […]

Learning to get Comfortable with Uncomfortable Subjects: Why We Need to Talk to People with Radically Different Views from Our Own (L Gilbert & M Richard)

During the Cohort 3 field course on climate justice (Toronto, May-June 2017, organized by York University) a question was circulated among participants: Can you tell me about an encounter you had with someone who had a very different opinion on climate change or other social issues, and how you reacted […]

The Age of Consequences, a film review by Sophia Sanniti [Written and Directed by Jared P. Scott]

In The Age of Consequences, “the only border which is real is the atmosphere. Everything else is permeable.” – Radm. David Titley, United States Navy As a student partner of the graduate training program Economics for the Anthropocene, I’ve struggled with how best to articulate the knowledge I’ve […]