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By Jim Mason, Simon & Schuster, New York
Mason provides evidence on how plants and animals were first dominated and ruled by humans and how an agrarian worldview led to subsequent views of domination and to the humanitarian and environmental crises we face today.Read more
By Sasha Costanza-Chock, The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA
Costanza-Chock offers ideas on how we can build a better world designed with liberation, community, sustainability, and justice in mind.Read more
By Hope Ferdowsian, University of Chicago Press, Chicago
Providing the rationale behind the mission of Phoenix Zones Initiative, Ferdowsian explores the shared experiences of structural violence and the shared capacity for the resilience of human and nonhuman beings.Read more