Andrew Glencross's research while affiliated with European University Institute and other places

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Citations

... I've praised Prudham's book fulsomely, largely on the grounds that it offers a coherent and comprehensive investigative framework, one that is transportable to resource-producing regions outside the Pacific Northwest. In this regard, Knock on Wood takes its place alongside two other recent magisterial analyses of capitalism and nature on the Pacific seaboard, both by Berkeley geographers: namely, Henderson's already mentioned book and Walker's (2004) The Conquest of Bread [I would also add Bakker's (2004) An Uncooperative Commodity, as reviewed by Castree (2005)]. If First World political ecology is to be more than an ersatz version of its Third World counterpart, then more ambitious and original work in this vein is required. ...