Author/Editor: Ariel Salleh

Ariel Salleh

Ariel Salleh is a scholar and activist whose theoretical work re-defines humanity-nature relations in a way that integrates feminism, ecology, socialism, and indigenous struggles. Her book - Ecofeminism as Politics - subtitled nature, Marx, and the postmodern - argues an embodied materialist standpoint. A recent edited collection - Eco-Sufficiency & Global Justice shows how unconscious sex-gender assumptions distort methods and concepts in ecological economics and sustainability studies. Salleh's political ecology developed hands-on while working in Aboriginal communities; as co-convener of the Movement Against Uranium Mining; founding member of The Greens; at Earth Summit with Women's Environment & Development Organization; in local catchment campaigning; and on the Australian government's Gene Technology Ethics Committee. She has taught in Australia, Asia, and the US; has been an editor of the journal Capitalism Nature Socialism since its inception; and is currently a researcher in Political Economy at the University of Sydney.


03 Jun 2010 Ariel Salleh on Labor's new resource tax

Ariel Salleh, editor of Eco-Sufficiency & Global Justice, has a new article up on On Line Opinion about Labor's proposed resource tax. Ariel asks, 'Could La... more

29 Oct 2009 Eco-Sufficiency & Global Justice world tour

Ariel Salleh is discussing the book Eco-Sufficiency & Global Justice and other writing at these events.

#24–25 October 2009, Melbourne, Australia
Green New D... more

01 Oct 2009 Ariel Salleh on Ockham's Razor

Tune in to Ockham's Razor on Radio National this Sunday 4 October at 8.45 am to hear Ariel Salleh, editor of Eco-Sufficiency and Global Justice. The topic is "Is our sustainability science racist?"

14 May 2009 Eco-Sufficiency conversation in Island magazine

Spinifex May release, Eco-Sufficiency & Global Justice, is featured in ed. 116 of Island magazine. A conversation between editor Ariel Salleh and contributor... more

Books published by, or available from, Spinifex
Eco-sufficiency and Global Justice

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The Floating Garden

The Floating Garden

Emma Ashmere

Sydney, Milsons Point, 1926. Entire streets are being demolished for the building of the Harbour Bridge. Ellis Gilbey,...

The End of Patriarchy

The End of Patriarchy

Robert Jensen

The pathology of patriarchy, the idea that one group of people should control another—even own them, own even life...

Prostitution Narratives

Prostitution Narratives

Caroline Norma, Melinda Tankard Reist

For too long the global sex industry and its vested interests have dominated the prostitution debate repeating the same...

The Great Climate Robbery

The Great Climate Robbery


The great climate robbery provides valuable information about how the industrial food system causes climate change, how...

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