Franklin Ginn


Franklin Ginn is a senior lecturer in cultural geography at the University of Bristol. He is author of Domestic wild: Memory, nature and gardening in suburbia, and co-editor of Environmental Humanities.

transcript-Publications in the Research Fields: Environmental Geography, Geography, Sociology, Sociology of Economy, Organization, Labor, and Industry

Publications in the Series: Social and Cultural Geography

Web: Bristol University
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The Work That Plants Do
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The Work That Plants Do

Life, Labour and the Future of Vegetal Economies

Using diverse case studies, this volume presents plants as both a vital economic force and a basis for new forms of resistance to capitalist logics

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