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Andrew Patrizio

for in her opening chapter, which proposes taking ‘empirical women–nature connections seriously’ to find solutions to environmental destruction and its connection to the subordination of women. 28 Importantly for our own interests here and in anticipation of the new materialist and posthuman concerns that were to arise in subsequent decades, she writes of the way in which ‘trees, water, animals, toxins, and nature language are feminist issues because understanding them helps one understand the status and plight of women cross-culturally’. 29 It may be fashionable

in The ecological eye