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Dr Winter is Senior Lecturer in environmental, climate change, multispecies and indigenous politics. Her research focuses on the ways in which academic political theory, and particularly theories of justice, continue to perpetuate injustice for some people (and more specifically for Māori) and the environment. Her most recent research centres on ensuring the emerging field of a political theory of multispecies justice should have decolonial (and anticolonial) foundations.
- POLS 230 Special Topic: Settler State Politics in Aotearoa and Australia
- POLS 330 Special Topic: Politics of Climate Change
- POLS 390 Research Project (convener, semester two)
- POLS 552 Comparative State/Minority Politics
Room 4N7, 4th floor, Arts (Burns) Building
Research day: Friday
Celermajer, D., Schlosberg, D., Wadiwel, D., & Winter, C. (2023). A political theory for a multispecies, climate-challenged world: 2050. Political Theory, 51(1), 39-53. doi: 10.1177/00905917221128833
Winter, C. J., & Schlosberg, D. (2023). What matter matters as a matter of justice? Environmental Politics. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1080/09644016.2023.2220640
Winter, C. J. (2023). Unearthing the time/space/matter of multispecies justice. Cultural Politics, 19(1), 39-56. doi: 10.1215/17432197-10232459
Celermajer, D., & Winter, C. J. (2022). Fables for the Anthropocene: Illuminating other stories for being human in an age of planetary turmoil. Environmental Philosophy, 19(2), 163-190. doi: 10.5840/envirophil2022920121
Winter, C. J. (2022). Editorial. Environmental Values, 31(6), 629-635. doi: 10.3197/096327122X16611552268654