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Public talk by Sabrina Fernandes

"Ecological Transition and the Dependency Trap: Challenging Old Approaches to Sovereignty".

Sabrina Fernandes is a Brazilian sociologist and political economist with a PhD from Carleton University, Canada. She has researched transitions and ecology for over a decade, with expertise on Latin America. Formerly a postdoctoral fellow with the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, with research appointments at the University of Vienna, Freie Universität Berlin, and University of Brasília, she has recently completed a fellowship with the Centre of Advanced Latin American Studies at the University of Guadalajara focused on the Anthropocene and the topic of sacrifice zones. She was also a contributing editor at Jacobin Magazine and chief editor of Jacobin Brazil. Her books and articles cover various fields and her publications can be found in English, Portuguese, Spanish and other languages. Currently, she is Head of Research at the Alameda Institute.
Wednesday, 08.11.23 - 05:00 PM - 06:00 PM
Ecological Transition and the Dependency Trap: Challenging Old Approaches to Sovereignty
Sabrina Fernandes
Target groups



All interested

Niebuhrstraße 5, Conference Room
not required
BCDSS History and Theory Working Group

Taynã Tagliati, Joseph Biggerstaff

tagliati@uni-bonn.de, jbiggers@uni-bonn.de


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