NOTES ON THE CONTRIBUTORS
CHUCK DYKE
is a professor of philosophy at Temple University,
Philadelphia.
YRJÖ HAILA
is a professor of environmental policy at the University of
Tampere, Finland.
ARI JOKINEN
completed his Ph.D. on the political ecology of natural
resource use at the University of Tampere; he is working as a senior
advisor at the Pirkanmaa Regional Environment Centre, specializing in
conservation management.
VILLE LÄHDE
works on his Ph.D. on Rousseau’s views of nature in
philosophy at the University of Tampere.
MARKUS LAINE
completed his Ph.D. on the politicization of the
environment in the City of Tampere (jointly with Lasse Peltonen); he is
currently working as a senior researcher in environmental policy at the
University of Tampere.
IORDANIS MARCOULATOS
completed his Ph.D. on Pierre Bourdieu at the
Department of Philosophy at Temple University.
JOHN O’NEILL
is a professor of philosophy at Lancaster University.
SUSAN OYAMA
is a professor emerita of psychology at John Jay College and
at the cuny Graduate Center, New York City.
TARU PELTOLA
completed her Ph.D. on the politicization of local energy
decisions at the University of Tampere.
LASSE PELTONEN
completed his Ph.D. on the politicization of the
environment in the City of Tampere (jointly with Markus Laine); he is
currently working as a researcher at the Center for Urban Planning,
Helsinki Technical University.
JOHN SHOTTER
is a professor emeritus of interpersonal relations,
Department of Communication, University of New Hampshire.
PETER TAYLOR
is a professor in the Program in Critical and Creative
Thinking, Graduate College of Education, University of Massachusetts,
Boston.
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