Join us for our first meeting of winter quarter to get to know our research group and plan events for the rest of the year.
Political ecology has grown into a diverse field that attends to how power, representation, and knowledge production shape understandings of and interventions into nature-society systems. To this end, the Political Ecology Research Cluster at UC Davis fosters collaborative projects addressing unequal power dynamics that cause and emerge from socio-environmental relations and changes. Through our collaboration, members imagine new possibilities on how to achieve a just world for humans and non-humans alike. We conceive of our cluster as a place where disciplines like human geography, anthropology, and the environmental humanities converge.