Category Archives: John Vandermeer

Land reform FTW: #BTEHbook Friday, more good sh#t from the cutting room floor

Because I care, here is a Friday #BTEHbook update on my forthcoming book, Beginning to End Hunger, despite the fact that I’m technically still on holiday this week! (For new readers, #BTEHbook presents the story of Belo Horizonte, home to … Continue reading

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More on Advocacy & Bias: Action Ecology

My previous post talked a bit about issues in advocacy in science.  Besides the resources I offered there (including an excellent piece by Nelson & Vucetich), this recently came out summarizing a symposium I co-organized for the 2011 Ecological Society … Continue reading

Posted in Bias, Darwin's Sacred Cause, Follow-ups, John Vandermeer, Philosophy of Science, Phronesis, Science and Technology Studies (STS), Socioecological systems, What "is" is | 4 Comments