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The Changing Nature of Eco/Feminism

Telling Stories from Clayoquot Sound

Through a careful study of eco/feminist activism against clear-cut logging practices, The Changing Nature of Eco/Feminism explores how a transnational eco/feminist practice insisted on an account of clear-cut logging situated in histories of colonialism, holding the Canadian state to account for its deforestation practices. Niamh Moore describes her own recollections of the Clayoquot protests and interviews thirty people who were involved in the campaign. She argues that Clayoquot offers a potent site for examining a whole range of feminist issues. Moore demonstrates that the sheer vitality of eco/feminist politics at the Peace Camp in the summer of 1993 confounded dominant narratives of contemporary feminism and has re-imagined eco/feminist politics for new times.

About the Author

Niamh Moore is a Chancellor's Fellow in sociology at the University of Edinburgh.
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