A political ecology of ecologies: Walking in Glen Almond with students and immanent ethics

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Abstract

In this short paper I discuss a day spent with a group of students in Glen Almond, Perthshire, in 2018. As I write this now, in 2021, I have the opportunity to situate my present thinking in the story and to think with the idea of a political ecology of ecologies, derived from an immanent ethics. I speculate that competing ecologies are themselves ecological as they perform materially in the world, and that creative research of the everyday enactments of multiple ecologies provides a form of critical environmental and social education.
Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of Autoethnography
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2 Jun 2021

Keywords

  • immanent ethics
  • political ecology
  • life writing
  • walking
  • environmental education

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