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political ecology of the body, critical race feminism, feminist science and technology studies, environmental justice
My dissertation explores the theories, practices and embodied implications of chemical regulatory science in terms of the endocrine-disrupting capacities of glyphosate.
Watch: Ted Grantham discusses the UC Water Academy, a program that is training the next generation of water leaders… https://t.co/0D1hE3bwA8
RT @NatureAtCal: Tune in to KALX 90.7 FM this Tuesday 9 am to hear @ESPM_Berkeley student @JLU_juliet speak on her research on the rubber…
Professor and ecofeminist philosopher Carolyn Merchant reflects on her career and the roots of her scholarship as s… https://t.co/HisYv7RMcO
Professor emeritus John Harte discusses policies state and local authorities can pursue to make their communities m… https://t.co/pNu0DU66CB
RT @UCBerkeley: George Oster, pioneer in applying #mathematics to #biology, dies at 77: https://t.co/wbgBnRpbn3