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Metabolic Rift

A Selected Bibliography

Books

Brockington, Dan, Rosaleen Duffy, and Jim Igoe. 2008. Nature Unbound: Conservation, Capitalism and the Future of Protected Areas. London: Earthscan.

Burkett, Paul. 2006. Marxism and Ecological Economics. Boston: Brill.

Burkett, Paul. 1999. Marx and Nature: A Red and Green Perspective. New York: St. Martin’s Press.

Carolan, Michael. 2012. The Sociology of Food and Agriculture. New York: Routledge.

Carolan, Michael S. 2013. Society and the Environment: Pragmatic Solutions to Ecological Issues. Boulder: Westview Press.

Dickens, Peter. 2004. Society and Nature: Toward Green Social Theory. London: Polity.

Empson, Martin. 2014. Land and Labour: Marxism, Ecology, and Human HistoryLondon: Bookmarks Publications

Foster, John Bellamy. 2000. Marx’s Ecology: Materialism and Nature. New York: Monthly Review Press.

Foster, John Bellamy. 2009. The Ecological Revolution: Making Peace with the Planet. New York: Monthly Review Press.

Foster, John Bellamy, Brett Clark, and Richard York. 2010. The Ecological Rift: Capitalism’s War on the Earth. New York: Monthly Review Press.

Heynen, Nik, Maria Kaika, and Erik Swyngedouw. 2006. In the Nature of Cities: Urban Political Ecology and the Politics of Urban Metabolism. New York: Routledge.

Hudson, Mark. 2011.Fire Management in the American West: Forest Politics and the Rise of Megafires. Boulder, CO: University Press of Colorado.

Koch, Max. 2011. Capitalism and Climate Change: Theoretical Discussion, Historical Development and Policy Responses. New York: Palgrave Macmillian.

Magdoff, Fred and John Bellamy Foster. 2010. What Every Environmentalist Needs to Know About Capitalism. New York: Monthly Review Press.

Patterson, Thomas Carl. 2003. Marx’s Ghost Conversations with Archaeologists. New York: Berg.

Salleh, Ariel. 2009. Eco-Sufficiency and Global Justice: Women Write Political Ecology. London: Pluto Press.

Urry, John. 2011. Climate Change and Society. Cambridge: Polity.

Weston, Del. The Political Economy of Global Warming. Routledge, 2014.

Book Chapters

Bridge, Gavin. 2010. “Past Peak Oil: Political Economy of Energy Crises.” Pp. 207-324 in Global Political Ecology, edited by R. Peet, P. Robbins, and M. Watts.

Foster, John Bellamy, and Fred Magdoff. 2000. “Liebig, Marx, and the Depletion of Soil Fertility: Relevance for Today’s Agriculture.” Pp. 23-41 in Hungry For Profit, edited by Fred Magdoff, John Bellamy Foster, and Frederick H. Buttel. New York: Monthly Review Press.

McMichael, Philip. 2012. “In the Short Run Are We All Dead? A Political Ecology of the Development Climate.” Pp. 137–160 in The Longue Durée and World-Systems Analysisedited by Richard E. Lee. New York: SUNY Press.

Articles

Austin, Kelly and Brett Clark. 2012. “Tearing Down Mountains: Using Spatial and Metabolic Analysis to Investigate the Socio-Ecological Contradictions of Coal Extraction in Appalachia,” Critical Sociology 38 (3): 437-57.

Battistoni, Alyssa. 2014. “Nature’s Metropolis.” Jacobin, no. 15-16: 103–9.

Burkett, Paul, and John Bellamy Foster. 2006. “Metabolism, Energy, and Entropy in Marx’s Critique of Political Economy: Beyond the Podolinsky Myth.” Theory and Society 35 (1): 109–156.

Campbell, H. 2009. “Breaking New Ground in Food Regime Theory: Corporate Environmentalism, Ecological Feedbacks and the ‘Food from Somewhere’ Regime?Agriculture and Human Values, 26(4): 309–19.

Clark, Brett, and John Bellamy Foster. 2009. “Ecological Imperialism and the Global Metabolic Rift.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 50 (3-4) (May 20): 311–334.

Clark, Brett, and Richard York. 2005. “Carbon Metabolism: Global Capitalism, Climate Change, and the Biospheric Rift.” Theory and Society 34 (4): 391–428.

Clausen, Rebecca and Brett Clark. 2005.  “The Metabolic Rift and Marine Ecology: An Analysis of the Ocean Crisis Within Capitalist Production.” Organization & Environment 18 (4): 422-44.

Clausen, Rebecca. 2007. “Healing the Rift.” Monthly Review 59 (1): 40–52.

Clement, Matthew T. 2009. “A Basic Accounting of Variation in Municipal Solid‐Waste Generation at the County Level in Texas, 2006.” Rural Sociology 74 (3): 412–429.

Dobrovolski, Ricardo. 2012 “Marx’s Ecology and the Understanding of Land Cover Change.” Monthly Review 64 (1): 31-39.

Farahani, Ilia. 2013. “Vanished in Gaps, Vanquished in Rifts: the Social Ecology of Urban Spatial Change in a Working Class Residential Area, Peykan-Shahr, Tehran, Iran.” Journal of Political Ecology 20: 395–412.

Flaherty, Eoin. 2013. “Geographies of Communality, Colonialism, and Capitalism: Ecology and the World-System” Historical Geography 41.

Foster, John Bellamy. 1999. “Marx’s Theory of Metabolic Rift: Classical Foundations for Environmental Sociology.” American Journal of Sociology 105 (2): 366–405.

Foster, John Bellamy. 2013. “Marx and the Rift in the Universal Metabolism of Nature.” Monthly Review 65 (7): 1–19.

Foster, John Bellamy and Hannah Holleman. 2014. “The Theory of Unequal Ecological Exchange: a Marx-Odum Dialectic.” The Journal of Peasant Studies. 41 (2): 199-233.

Gunderson, Ryan. 2011. “The Metabolic Rifts of Livestock Agribusiness.” Organization & Environment 24 (4): 404–422.

Huber, Matthew T. 2009. “Energizing Historical Materialism: Fossil Fuels, Space and the Capitalist Mode of Production.” Geoforum 40 (1): 105–115.

Huber, Matthew T, and Timothy Currie. 2007. “The Urbanization of an Idea: Imagining Nature Through Urban Growth Boundary Policy in Portland, Oregon.” Urban Geography 28 (8): 705–731.

Klein, Naomi. 2012. “Capitalism vs. the Climate.” The Nation November 28th.

Lewis, Quentin. 2014. “‘Manure Manufactories': Materializing the Metabolic Rift in Nineteenth-Century Deerfield, Massachusetts.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 18 (2): 242-258

Longo, Stefano B. 2012. “Mediterranean Rift: Socio-Ecological Transformations in the Sicilian Bluefin Tuna Fishery.” Critical Sociology 38 (3): 417–436.

Magdoff, Fred. 2011. “Ecological Civilization.” Monthly Review 62 (8): 1-25.

Mancus, Philip. 2007. “Nitrogen Fertilizer Dependency and Its Contradictions.” Rural Sociology 72 (2): 269–288.

McClintock, Nathan. 2010. “Why Farm the City? Theorizing Urban Agriculture Through a Lens of Metabolic Rift.” Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society 3 (2): 191–207.

McLaughlin, Darrell and Michael Clow. 2006. “Healing the Metabolic Rift between Farming and the Eco-system.” Socialist Studies 2(2): 5-25.

McMichael, Philip. 2008. “Agro-Fuels, Food Security, and the Metabolic Rift.” Kurswechsel 3: 14–22.

Moore, Jason W. 2000. “Environmental Crises and the Metabolic Rift in World-Historical Perspective.” Organization & Environment 13 (2): 123-57.

Moore, Jason W. 2011. “Transcending the Metabolic Rift: A Theory of Crises in the Capitalist World-Ecology.” Journal of Peasant Studies 38 (1): 1-46.

Niblett, Michael. 2011. “When you take thing out the earth and you en’t put nothing back’: Nature, Form, and the Metabolic Rift in Jan Carew’s Black Midas.” Journal of Commonwealth Literature 46 (2): 237-255.

Pellow, David, N. and Hollie Nyseth Brehm. 2013. “An Environmental Sociology for the Twenty-First Century.” Annual Review of Sociology 39: 229-250

Prudham, Scott. 2009. “Pimping Climate Change: Richard Branson, Global Warming, and the Performance of Green Capitalism.” Environment and Planning A 41 (7): 1594–1613.

Salleh, Ariel. 2010. “From Metabolic Rift to ‘Metabolic Value’: Reflections on Environmental Sociology and the Alternative Globalization Movement.” Organization & Environment 23 (2): 205-19.

Sbicca, Joshua. 2013. “The Need to Feed: Urban Metabolic Struggles of Actually Existing Radical Projects.” Critical Sociology Online Preprint Oct.7 2013

Schneider, Mindi and Philip McMichael. “Deepening, and repairing, the metabolic rift.” Journal of Peasant Studies 37 (3): 461-484.

Slater, Eamonn and Eoin Flaherty. 2009. “Marx on Primitive Communism: the Irish Rundale Agrarian Commune, Its Internal Dynamics and the Metabolic Rift.” Irish Journal of Anthropology 12 (2): 5–26.

Wishart, Ryan. 2012.  “Coal River’s Last Mountain: King Coal’s Après moi le déluge Reign.Organization & Environment 25 (4): 470-85.

Wittman, Hannah. 2009. “Reworking the Metabolic Rift.” Journal of Peasant Studies 36 (4): 805–826.

York, Richard. 2009. “Metabolic Rift.” The Encyclopedia of Earth (Aug. 21). http://www.eoearth.org/view/article/154577/ (Accessed 10/15/2013).

York, Richard, and Philip Mancus. 2009. “Critical Human Ecology.” Sociological Theory 27 (2): 122–149.

York, Richard, Eugene A. Rosa, and Thomas Dietz. 2003. “A Rift in Modernity? Assessing the Anthropogenic Sources of Global Climate Change with the STIRPAT Model.” International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 23 (10): 31–51.

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