Associate Professor Ariel Salleh

BA (Hons 1) Psychology, University of Tasmania; MA Sociology, Australian National University; PhD Law, Ethics and Public Affairs, Griffith

H04 - Merewether Building
The University of Sydney

Biographical details

Ariel Salleh is an Honorary Associate Professor in Political Economy, University of Sydney; Visiting Professor in Culture, Philosophy & Environment, Nelson Mandela University, South Africa; and Senior Fellow in Post-Growth Societies, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany: www.kolleg-postwachstum.de. She taught in Social Ecology at the University of Western Sydney for a number of years; and has lectured widely, including NYU; ICS, Manila; York University, Toronto, and Lund. A longtime activist, she co-founded the Movement Against Uranium Mining; The Greens (reg. party); served on the Federal Government's Gene Technology Ethics Committee; and was a governor of the International Sociological Association Research Committee for Environment & Society. Salleh writes in the field of political ecology, extending the remit of political economy by focusing on the role of reproductive or meta-industrial labour in sustaining relations between humans and nature. She has two books - Ecofeminism as Politics; the anthology Eco-Sufficiency and Global Justice; and some 200 chapters and articles. This work is widely reprinted, translated, and debated internationally.

Associations

  • Senior Editor: Capitalism Nature Socialism (Routledge/T&F, US/UK), 2003-2010
  • Editorial Board Member: Capitalism Nature Socialism, (US) 1989-ongoing
  • Editorial Board Member: Environmental Values, (UK), 2015-ongoing
  • Editorial Board Member: International Journal of Water, (UK), 2001-ongoing
  • Editorial Board Member: Organization & Environment, (US), 1996-2013
  • Founding Member: Global University for Sustainability, Hong Kong, 2015-ongoing
  • Life Member of the International Sociological Association, 2000-ongoing
  • Member: American Sociological Association, 2008-2011
  • Member: Global Studies Association (GSA), 2004-ongoing
  • International Society for Environmental Ethics, 2004-2011

Selected Grants

  • 2017 Autonomous University of Barcelona/Institut de Cienca i Tecnologia Ambientals
  • 2017 Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, Brussels
  • 2017, 2013 German Federal Government Fellowship, Friedrich Schiller University Jena
  • 2011 South-South Forum, Renmin and Lingnan Universities, Peking and Hong Kong
  • 2010 Asia Pacific Research Network, Baguio City, Philippines
  • 2009 Institute for Social Analysis, Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, Berlin
  • 2008 Institute for Environmental Politics, Shandong University, Jinan

Current Research

  • Co-editing The Post-Development Dictionary with Ashish Kothari, Arturo Escobar et al.

  • Writing commissioned chapters for the Cambridge Handbook of Environmental Sociology, and the Historical Critical Dictionary of Marxism;

  • Ongoing research project: Discourses of Political Ecology

Selected publications

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Books

  • Salleh, A. (2017). Ecofeminism as Politics: Nature, Marx, and the Postmodern - Second Edition. London: Zed Books Ltd.

Book Chapters

  • Salleh, A. (2018). Deeper than deep ecology: The eco-feminist connection. In Lara Stevens, Peta Tait, Denise Varney (Eds.), Feminist Ecologies: Changing Environments in the Anthropocene, (pp. 25-33). Gewerbestrasse: Palgrave Macmillan. [More Information]
  • Salleh, A. (2017). Deeper than Deep Ecology: The ecofeminist connection (reprint). In Lara Stevens, Peta Tait, and Denise Varney (Eds.), Feminist Ecologies. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Salleh, A. (2017). Ecofeminism. In Clive L. Spash (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Ecological Economics: Nature and Society, (pp. 48-56). Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Salleh, A. (2016). Foreword. In John P. Clark (Eds.), The Tragedy of Common Sense, (pp. v-viii). Canada: Changing Suns Press.
  • Salleh, A., Goodman, J., Hosseini, S. (2016). From sociological imagination to 'ecological imagination': Another Future is Possible. In Jonathan Paul Marshall, Linda H. Connor (Eds.), Environmental Change and the World's Futures: Ecologies, Ontologies and Mythologies, (pp. 96-109). Abingdon: Routledge. [More Information]
  • Salleh, A. (2016). Pour un ecofeminisme international (French trans. FR). In E. Hache (Eds.), Reclaim: Recueil de Textes Ecofeministes, (pp. 343-366). France: Editions Cambourakis.
  • Salleh, A. (2015). Ecofeminism and the Politics of Reproduction. In Brigitte Aulenbacher, Birgit Riegraf, Susanne Volker (Eds.), Feministische Kapitalismuskritik: Einstiege in bedeutende Forschungsfelder - mit einem Interview mit Ariel Salleh, (pp. 46-53). Munster: Westfaelisches Dampfboot.
  • Salleh, A. (2015). Neoliberalism, Scientism and Earth System Governance. In Raymond L. Bryant (Eds.), The International Handbook of Political Ecology, (pp. 432-446). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. [More Information]
  • Salleh, A. (2014). Deeper than Deep Ecology [reprint]. In Robert C. Scharff, Val Dusek (Eds.), Philosophy of Technology: The Technological Condition: An Anthology [2nd Edition]. Chichester: Wiley.
  • Salleh, A. (2014). Foreword. In Maria Mies and Vandana Shiva (Eds.), Ecofeminism, (pp. ix-xii). London: Zed Books Ltd.
  • Salleh, A. (2014). Foreword (Korean trans. KR). In Michal Kravcik (Eds.), After Us, the Desert and the Deluge?. Seoul: CIR Communication.
  • Salleh, A. (2014). The Value of a Synergistic Economy (Korean trans. KR). In Anitra Nelson and Frans Timmerman (Eds.), Life Without Money: Building Fair & Sustainable Economies. Paju: Booksea Publishing.

Journals

  • Salleh, A. (2017). A tecnociencia pos-moderna e o trabalho de cuidado [Technoscience and the Labour of Care]. Cadernos Cemarx, (10), 175-196.
  • Salleh, A. (2017). Water, Climate, and Peace: From Extractivism to Deep Ecological Commoning (Japanese trans. JP). Journal of Environmental Thought and Education.
  • Salleh, A. (2016). Climate, Water, and Livelihood Skills: A Post-Development Reading of the SDGs. Globalizations, 13(6), 952-959. [More Information]
  • Salleh, A. (2016). Listening to Ecological Voices from the global South (Japanese trans. JP). Journal of Synthetic Anthropology, 10, 77-95.
  • Salleh, A. (2016). Review: Odih's Watersheds in Marxist Ecofeminism. Capitalism Nature Socialism, 27(1), 132-140. [More Information]
  • Salleh, A. (2016). The Anthropocene: Thinking in 'Deep Geological Time' or Deep Libidinal Time? International Critical Thought, 6(3), 422-433. [More Information]
  • Salleh, A. (2015). Listening to Ecological Voices from the Global South. Journal of Environmental Thought and Education, 8, 64-71.
  • Salleh, A. (2014). A Vernacular Response to Barkin's Review of Life Without Money. Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, 25(2), 128-131. [More Information]
  • Salleh, A. (2014). Ecosocialism, Gendered Imaginaries, and the Informatic-Securitization Complex. Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, 25(1), 24-39. [More Information]
  • Salleh, A. (2014). Review: Bell's Our Roots Run Deep as Iron Weed: Appalachian Women and the Fight for Environmental Justice'. Capitalism Nature Socialism, 25(3), 121-124.
  • Salleh, A. (2014). Review: Steger, Goodman, and Wilson, Justice Globalism. Interface: a journal for and about social movements, 6(2), 397-400.
  • Goodman, J., Salleh, A. (2013). The 'Green Economy': Class Hegemony and Counter-Hegemony. Globalizations, 10(3), 411-424. [More Information]

Conferences

  • Salleh, A. (2017). Ecofeminism. Philosophie der Praxis angesichts der Krisen der gesellschaftlichen Naturverhaltnisse und des Politischen, Germany: Institut Fur Kritische Theorie (InKrit).
  • Salleh, A. (2017). Keynote: Water, Climate, and Peace: From Extractivism to Deep Ecological Commoning. Mundo en crisis. Alternativas desde los cinco continentes, Sartenejas, Venezuela: Universidad Simon Bolivar.
  • Salleh, A. (2016). Ecofeminism - listening to the deepest eco-socialist voice. International Transform! Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark: TransformDanmark.
  • Salleh, A. (2016). Invited Roundtable on Undisciplined Environments with Alf Hornborg and David Barkin. International Conference of the European Network of Political Ecology, Stockholm, Sweden: International Conference of the European Network of Political Ecology (ENTITLE).
  • Salleh, A. (2016). Keynote: Ecofeminism in the Contemporary World. Alternatives Forum, Joshi Socialist Foundation, Pune, India: S M Joshi Socialist Foundation.
  • Salleh, A. (2016). Marxism and Ecofeminism. Perspectives on Labour and Nature, Second International Congress of Marxist-Feminism, Vienna, Austria: Academy of Fine Arts Vienna.
  • Salleh, A. (2015). Invited Panel: Laugh or Cry: Unpacking the happiness industry. Greens Reboot Future 2015, University of Technology Sydney: Greens NSW.
  • Salleh, A. (2015). Panel: Class Theory for an Earth Democracy. Historical Materialism Australasia 2015: Reading Capital, Class & Gender Today, University of Sydney: Historical Materialism.
  • Salleh, A. (2015). Panel: The Rise and Rise of Neoliberal Scientism. NTEU/FOE Conference on Exposing the Privatised University, University of Queensland: University of Queensland.
  • Salleh, A. (2015). Psychoanalysing the Androscene. Social Agency in a Globalising World: Where Now?, University of Technology Sydney: Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre, UTS and the Institute for Culture and Society, UWS.
  • Salleh, A. (2014). Panel: 'Elite Ecology'. Historical Materialism Australasia Conference 2014, Australia: Business School, University of Sydney.
  • Salleh, A. (2014). The Vicissitudes of an Earth Democracy. 5th ASLEC-ANZ Biennial Conference, Canberra, Australia: The Association for the Study of Literature, Environment and Culture.
  • Salleh, A. (2013). Invited plenary: 'Women, Globalisation, and Ecological Feminism'. World March of Women 9th International Conference, Sao Paulo, Brazil: World March of Women.
  • Salleh, A. (2013). Workshop: The Meta-Industrial Thesis. DFG Research Group in Post-Growth Societies, Institute for Sociology, Jena, Germany: Friedrich Schiller University Jena.

Magazine / Newspaper Articles

  • Salleh, A. (2016). 'En "post-development" - forstaelse af klima, vand og baeredygtigheds malene' (Danish trans. DN). Clarte, 30.
  • Salleh, A. (2016). Justice and the UN Sustainable Development Goals. SEARCH Foundation Bulletin, Special Edition on Environmental Justice, No. 25, 6-8.
  • Salleh, A. (2016). Magazine interview: 'Im patriarchalen Wurgegriff: Ariel Salleh uber die Aktualitat des Okofeminismus'. An-schlage, 5.

Other

  • Salleh, A. (2018), Fur eine Demokratisierung der Klassentheorie.
  • Salleh, A. (2017), Conversation with Arturo Escobar, Alberto Acosta, Federico Demaria and Ashish Kothari, 'Towards a Radical Pluriverse'.
  • Salleh, A. (2017), Politics and 'The Totality of Natural Relations'.
  • Salleh, A. (2016), Another climate strategy is possible (reprint).
  • Salleh, A. (2015), 'Another Climate Strategy is Possible', Progress in Political Economy.
  • Salleh, A. (2015), 'Democratising Class Theory', Progress in Political Economy.
  • Salleh, A. (2014), Broadcast with Beth Mathews interviewer: 'Ecofeminism', Philosophy Program, Radio 3CR, Melbourne, October.
  • Salleh, A. (2013), Doing Ecological Feminist Research, YouTube interview with Christine Schickert, DFG Research Group in Post-Growth Societies, Institute for Sociology, Friedrich Schiller, University, Jena, August. YouTube.

2018

  • Salleh, A. (2018). Deeper than deep ecology: The eco-feminist connection. In Lara Stevens, Peta Tait, Denise Varney (Eds.), Feminist Ecologies: Changing Environments in the Anthropocene, (pp. 25-33). Gewerbestrasse: Palgrave Macmillan. [More Information]
  • Salleh, A. (2018), Fur eine Demokratisierung der Klassentheorie.

2017

  • Salleh, A. (2017). A tecnociencia pos-moderna e o trabalho de cuidado [Technoscience and the Labour of Care]. Cadernos Cemarx, (10), 175-196.
  • Salleh, A. (2017), Conversation with Arturo Escobar, Alberto Acosta, Federico Demaria and Ashish Kothari, 'Towards a Radical Pluriverse'.
  • Salleh, A. (2017). Deeper than Deep Ecology: The ecofeminist connection (reprint). In Lara Stevens, Peta Tait, and Denise Varney (Eds.), Feminist Ecologies. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Salleh, A. (2017). Ecofeminism. Philosophie der Praxis angesichts der Krisen der gesellschaftlichen Naturverhaltnisse und des Politischen, Germany: Institut Fur Kritische Theorie (InKrit).
  • Salleh, A. (2017). Ecofeminism. In Clive L. Spash (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Ecological Economics: Nature and Society, (pp. 48-56). Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Salleh, A. (2017). Ecofeminism as Politics: Nature, Marx, and the Postmodern - Second Edition. London: Zed Books Ltd.
  • Salleh, A. (2017). Keynote: Water, Climate, and Peace: From Extractivism to Deep Ecological Commoning. Mundo en crisis. Alternativas desde los cinco continentes, Sartenejas, Venezuela: Universidad Simon Bolivar.
  • Salleh, A. (2017), Politics and 'The Totality of Natural Relations'.
  • Salleh, A. (2017). Water, Climate, and Peace: From Extractivism to Deep Ecological Commoning (Japanese trans. JP). Journal of Environmental Thought and Education.

2016

  • Salleh, A. (2016). 'En "post-development" - forstaelse af klima, vand og baeredygtigheds malene' (Danish trans. DN). Clarte, 30.
  • Salleh, A. (2016), Another climate strategy is possible (reprint).
  • Salleh, A. (2016). Climate, Water, and Livelihood Skills: A Post-Development Reading of the SDGs. Globalizations, 13(6), 952-959. [More Information]
  • Salleh, A. (2016). Ecofeminism - listening to the deepest eco-socialist voice. International Transform! Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark: TransformDanmark.
  • Salleh, A. (2016). Foreword. In John P. Clark (Eds.), The Tragedy of Common Sense, (pp. v-viii). Canada: Changing Suns Press.
  • Salleh, A., Goodman, J., Hosseini, S. (2016). From sociological imagination to 'ecological imagination': Another Future is Possible. In Jonathan Paul Marshall, Linda H. Connor (Eds.), Environmental Change and the World's Futures: Ecologies, Ontologies and Mythologies, (pp. 96-109). Abingdon: Routledge. [More Information]
  • Salleh, A. (2016). Invited Roundtable on Undisciplined Environments with Alf Hornborg and David Barkin. International Conference of the European Network of Political Ecology, Stockholm, Sweden: International Conference of the European Network of Political Ecology (ENTITLE).
  • Salleh, A. (2016). Justice and the UN Sustainable Development Goals. SEARCH Foundation Bulletin, Special Edition on Environmental Justice, No. 25, 6-8.
  • Salleh, A. (2016). Keynote: Ecofeminism in the Contemporary World. Alternatives Forum, Joshi Socialist Foundation, Pune, India: S M Joshi Socialist Foundation.
  • Salleh, A. (2016). Listening to Ecological Voices from the global South (Japanese trans. JP). Journal of Synthetic Anthropology, 10, 77-95.
  • Salleh, A. (2016). Magazine interview: 'Im patriarchalen Wurgegriff: Ariel Salleh uber die Aktualitat des Okofeminismus'. An-schlage, 5.
  • Salleh, A. (2016). Marxism and Ecofeminism. Perspectives on Labour and Nature, Second International Congress of Marxist-Feminism, Vienna, Austria: Academy of Fine Arts Vienna.
  • Salleh, A. (2016). Pour un ecofeminisme international (French trans. FR). In E. Hache (Eds.), Reclaim: Recueil de Textes Ecofeministes, (pp. 343-366). France: Editions Cambourakis.
  • Salleh, A. (2016). Review: Odih's Watersheds in Marxist Ecofeminism. Capitalism Nature Socialism, 27(1), 132-140. [More Information]
  • Salleh, A. (2016). The Anthropocene: Thinking in 'Deep Geological Time' or Deep Libidinal Time? International Critical Thought, 6(3), 422-433. [More Information]

2015

  • Salleh, A. (2015), 'Another Climate Strategy is Possible', Progress in Political Economy.
  • Salleh, A. (2015), 'Democratising Class Theory', Progress in Political Economy.
  • Salleh, A. (2015). Ecofeminism and the Politics of Reproduction. In Brigitte Aulenbacher, Birgit Riegraf, Susanne Volker (Eds.), Feministische Kapitalismuskritik: Einstiege in bedeutende Forschungsfelder - mit einem Interview mit Ariel Salleh, (pp. 46-53). Munster: Westfaelisches Dampfboot.
  • Salleh, A. (2015). Invited Panel: Laugh or Cry: Unpacking the happiness industry. Greens Reboot Future 2015, University of Technology Sydney: Greens NSW.
  • Salleh, A. (2015). Listening to Ecological Voices from the Global South. Journal of Environmental Thought and Education, 8, 64-71.
  • Salleh, A. (2015). Neoliberalism, Scientism and Earth System Governance. In Raymond L. Bryant (Eds.), The International Handbook of Political Ecology, (pp. 432-446). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. [More Information]
  • Salleh, A. (2015). Panel: Class Theory for an Earth Democracy. Historical Materialism Australasia 2015: Reading Capital, Class & Gender Today, University of Sydney: Historical Materialism.
  • Salleh, A. (2015). Panel: The Rise and Rise of Neoliberal Scientism. NTEU/FOE Conference on Exposing the Privatised University, University of Queensland: University of Queensland.
  • Salleh, A. (2015). Psychoanalysing the Androscene. Social Agency in a Globalising World: Where Now?, University of Technology Sydney: Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre, UTS and the Institute for Culture and Society, UWS.

2014

  • Salleh, A. (2014). A Vernacular Response to Barkin's Review of Life Without Money. Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, 25(2), 128-131. [More Information]
  • Salleh, A. (2014), Broadcast with Beth Mathews interviewer: 'Ecofeminism', Philosophy Program, Radio 3CR, Melbourne, October.
  • Salleh, A. (2014). Deeper than Deep Ecology [reprint]. In Robert C. Scharff, Val Dusek (Eds.), Philosophy of Technology: The Technological Condition: An Anthology [2nd Edition]. Chichester: Wiley.
  • Salleh, A. (2014). Ecosocialism, Gendered Imaginaries, and the Informatic-Securitization Complex. Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, 25(1), 24-39. [More Information]
  • Salleh, A. (2014). Foreword. In Maria Mies and Vandana Shiva (Eds.), Ecofeminism, (pp. ix-xii). London: Zed Books Ltd.
  • Salleh, A. (2014). Foreword (Korean trans. KR). In Michal Kravcik (Eds.), After Us, the Desert and the Deluge?. Seoul: CIR Communication.
  • Salleh, A. (2014). Panel: 'Elite Ecology'. Historical Materialism Australasia Conference 2014, Australia: Business School, University of Sydney.
  • Salleh, A. (2014). Review: Bell's Our Roots Run Deep as Iron Weed: Appalachian Women and the Fight for Environmental Justice'. Capitalism Nature Socialism, 25(3), 121-124.
  • Salleh, A. (2014). Review: Steger, Goodman, and Wilson, Justice Globalism. Interface: a journal for and about social movements, 6(2), 397-400.
  • Salleh, A. (2014). The Value of a Synergistic Economy (Korean trans. KR). In Anitra Nelson and Frans Timmerman (Eds.), Life Without Money: Building Fair & Sustainable Economies. Paju: Booksea Publishing.
  • Salleh, A. (2014). The Vicissitudes of an Earth Democracy. 5th ASLEC-ANZ Biennial Conference, Canberra, Australia: The Association for the Study of Literature, Environment and Culture.

2013

  • Salleh, A. (2013), Doing Ecological Feminist Research, YouTube interview with Christine Schickert, DFG Research Group in Post-Growth Societies, Institute for Sociology, Friedrich Schiller, University, Jena, August. YouTube.
  • Salleh, A. (2013). Invited plenary: 'Women, Globalisation, and Ecological Feminism'. World March of Women 9th International Conference, Sao Paulo, Brazil: World March of Women.
  • Goodman, J., Salleh, A. (2013). The 'Green Economy': Class Hegemony and Counter-Hegemony. Globalizations, 10(3), 411-424. [More Information]
  • Salleh, A. (2013). Workshop: The Meta-Industrial Thesis. DFG Research Group in Post-Growth Societies, Institute for Sociology, Jena, Germany: Friedrich Schiller University Jena.

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