Confronting, collaborating, and crafting: An enlivening methodology for academic ecojustice activism
Women Activating Agency In Academia: Metaphors, Manifestos And Memoir
Taylor & Francis
School of Arts and Humanities
We are three women from different academic institutions who strategise and support resistance to the neoliberal university by engaging in collaborative auto-ethnographic research. Springer (2016) describes neoliberalism as a “vile dis- course” (p. 285), premised on notions of individualism, competition, and a coercive state (masquerading as non-interventionist), which does a woeful job of caring for the natural realm on which we all depend [...].
White, P., Wooltorton, S., & Pamer M. (2019). Confronting, collaborating, and crafting: An enlivening methodology for academic ecojustice activism. In Black, A. L., & Garvis, S. (Eds.). Women activating agency in academia: Metaphors, manifestos and memoir (111-122). Taylor & Francis https://www.routledge.com/Women-Activating-Agency-in-Academia-Metaphors-Manifestos-and-Memoir/Black-Garvis/p/book/9780367890957