Gudynas and Harvey et. al. debate on ‘friendly colonialism’ continues

Original exchanges here; now joined by two new pieces

Eduardo Gudynas, ‘Friendly colonialism’ and the contradictions of our progressive governments

Japhy Wilson, Estefanía Martínez, Thomas Purcell and Carla Simbaña, The Passive Aggression of Eduardo Gudynas: An Analysis

CENEDET have also just published their first paper in an English-language journal:
Japhy Wilson and Manuel Bayón (2015), “Concrete Jungle: The Planetary Urbanization of the Ecuadorian Amazon” Human Geography 8:3

Thanks to Mara Duer and Ioanna Tantanasi for the links.

 

 

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One Response to Gudynas and Harvey et. al. debate on ‘friendly colonialism’ continues

  1. albaybutt says:

    Hello Stuart, In response to your sabbatical list of posted a few days ago, I wanted to alert you to this Shakespeare production: https://liftfestival.com//content/40461/whats_on/lift_2016/complete_works/complete_works_table_top_shakespeare_englandbr1__6_march_2016__barbican

    Enjoying your site immensely. I’m a fairly new PhD student, studying festivals of contemporary dance and performance as social spaces in Europe. Thanks for the how to approach Sloterdijk.

    Best wishes, Alexandra

    Date: Thu, 3 Dec 2015 08:11:09 +0000 To: alexandrabaybutt@hotmail.com

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