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New Book by Malcom Ferdinand


Former RCC fellow Malcom Ferdinand’s new book Decolonial Ecology: Thinking from the Caribbean World has been published by Polity. Inspired by the works of Caribbean thinkers, Ferdinand has conceptualized a decolonial ecology that sees protecting the environment as something existing in the same space as struggles against “postcolonial domination”—an important idea that will certainly make this book of value to scholars in the environmental humanities interested in the connections between colonialism and the environment.