Phillips Catherine

Catherine Phillips
School of Geography, University of Melbourne

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Catherine’s work examines relations between people and environments, particularly in relation to agriculture and food. She is interested in how these relations take shape, become understood, and are contested in everyday life, as well as how they interact with governance efforts at various scales. Recent research orients around: the valuations and practices related to discard and agrifood waste (especially plastics), and more-than-human politics (especially pollinators, soils, and plants). Interdisciplinary in nature, her research emerges from productive confluences and tensions among social and environmental geography, science and technology studies, agrifood studies, and environmental studies.
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