Sharlene Mollett is an assistant professor in the Centre for Critical Development Studies and the Department of Human Geography Department at the University of Toronto, Canada. Thembela Kepe is a professor in the Department of Geography, and the Centre for Critical Development Studies at the University of Toronto, Canada.
The subtitle of Sharlene Mollett and Thembela Kepe's admirably, coherent and tightly argued new volume, Land Rights, Biodiversity Conservation and Justice is 'Rethinking Parks and People'. The contributors' multidisciplinary approach, broadly oriented within political ecology, places environmentalist justifications for forced removals and the extrajudicial killings of 'poachers' in stark relief. - Scott Burnett, South African Journal of International Affairs