A new issue has just been published: Critical green criminology goes rural
A new issue has just been published from Criminological Encounters with the theme Critical green criminology goes rural. This issue aims to advance the green-critical criminology of the rural by bringing together perspectives from critical green criminology, critical rural criminology, and critical perspectives from other disciplines. The articles in this issue critically analyse environmental harms, crimes and conflicts in rural and Indigenous areas both in the Global South and in the Global North, as well as rural social movements and activism.
- Larissa Bombardi (University of São Paulo/Vrije Universiteit Brussel),
- Anna Di Ronco (University of Essex),
- Brunilda Pali (KU Leuven).
In total 9 full articles, 4 short articles, 1 art intervention and 1 interview, all #openaccess!
You can find the issue here: Green criminology
We wish you a lot of reading pleasure,
The Criminological Encounters team