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Online Reading Group

Conservation and Colonialism Reading Group with Myco

Join Myco for a reading group session examining how international conservation efforts can often be entwined with colonialist practices and increased policing and violence towards people of colour.

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Conservation and Colonialism Reading Group with Myco
Conservation and Colonialism Reading Group with Myco

Time & Location

17 Nov 2022, 19:00

Online Reading Group

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About the event

Join Myco for a reading group session examining how international conservation efforts can often be entwined with colonialist practices and increased policing and violence towards people of colour. This is a one-off reading group and not part of a longer programme, although if it goes well we might run other similar events in the future.

Questions and topics will be guided by the readings but everyone should be able to contribute regardless of whether you’ve done them or not. We want to emphasize accessible & collaborative learning, which is why we have ensured that there are multiple different forms of media and not just academic texts.

Readings:

  1. Prakash Kashwan, Rosaleen V. Duffy, Francis Massé, Adeniyi P. Asiyanbi, & Esther Marijnen (2021) From Racialized Neocolonial Global Conservation to an Inclusive and Regenerative Conservation, Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development, 63:4, 4-19. Available: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/352971729_From_Racialized_Neocolonial_Global_Conservation_to_an_Inclusive_and_Regenerative_Conservation
  2. Jeffrey Goldberg (2022) Where the Crawdads Sing Author Wanted for Questioning in Murder, The Atlantic. Available: https://www.theatlantic.com/books/archive/2022/07/where-the-crawdads-sing-delia-mark-owens-zambia-murder/670479/
  3. PBS Newshour (2021) Should Native Americans Control National Parks? Examining an Argument for Reparations. Available: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdsTcRTjHlM
  4. Joseph E. Mbaiwa, Chris Brown and Peter Andree (2021) Episode 2.4: Eco-Colonialism and Environmental Justice in the Global South The Ecopolitics Podcast. Available: https://www.ecopoliticspodcast.ca/episode-2-4-eco-colonialism-and-environmental-justice-in-the-global-south/

Extra reading if you are keen:

  1. An Upstream Conversation (2022) Decolonising Conservation with Prakash Kashwan. Available: https://soundcloud.com/upstreampodcast/decolonizing-conservation

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