Sociology Faculty: Rachel Slocum
Assistant Professor of SociologyRachel Slocum
Rachel Slocum - Stewart 251
Phone: 320- 308-4180
Whiteness, race, alternative food practices, anti-racist alliance, feminist theory and methods, post structural theory, political ecology and theories of the socio-environment
Forthcoming. Thinking race through feminist corporeal theory:divisions and intimacies at the Minneapolis Farmers’ Market. Social and Cultural Geography, 9(8)
Forthcoming. Introduction, co-authored with Susan J. Smith. Author meets critics for Arun Saldanhas Psychedelic white: goa trance and the viscosity of race, Social and Cultural Geography
Forthcoming. The embodied politics of pain in US anti-racism. ACME: An E Journal of Critical Geographies, 8(1)
2007. Whiteness, space and alternative food practice. Geoforum. 38(3):520-533.
2006. Anti-racist practice in the work of community food organizations Antipode 38(2):327-349
2004. Polar bears and energy-efficient light bulbsstrategies to bring climate change home Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 22(3):413438.
2004. Consumer citizens and the Cities for Climate Protection campaign Environment and Planning A, 36(5):763-782.
Slocum, Rachel et al. (eds.) (1995) Power, process and participation: tools for change. London, Intermediate Technology Publications.
Environmental Sociology 462
The National Science Foundation, Division of Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences, Geography and Regional Science, Title of grant funded: Community food systems and anti-racist practice, 2004
The National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant, Urban commitments to greenhouse gas emissions abatement, 1999
Fulbright Scholarship for MA research in Mali, Institute forInternational Education, United States Information Agency, 1994
That almost sounds like a caricature parody of a crazy white leftist.
I see, she writes fiction!