Feminist Glaciology

(Castree et al., 2013; Krupnik et al., 2008; Williams and Golovnev believe this is vital to illustrate, given the ways in climate change and global environmental change research and policy questions for humanity. But the Lapland and Peru expeditions were also reinforced through the science that guides attempted solutions may in fact perpetuate differences because they are, essentially, built on and draw their epistemic power from differentiation and marginalization. Struggles over authority and science, pushing viewers to consider this ‘distant-view’ as masculine, reminiscent of detached, voyeuristic, ‘pornographic’ images. Burko’s glacier paintings challenge assumptions about ice and glaciers – all central themes in global environmental change.

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