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  • Call for Submissions Vol. 12 Ecofeminism

    Ecofeminism in India can be traced back to various movements that emerged in the 1960s and 70s, such as the Chipko Movement, the Save Silent Valley Movement or the Forest Rights Movements, among others. Feminist and ecological principles are combined to address the interconnected issues of gender inequality and ecological degradation and these movements have been significantly led by tribal and other oppressed communities.

    Vol. 12 of Indialogs is dedicated to the evolution and effect of ecofeminism in the Indian subcontinent.  Following our interdisciplinary policy,  articles on ecology, history, anthropology, philosophy, economy, visual arts and the environment  are all welcome.