Andrea Nightingale
Andrea Nightingale
Professor, Department of Sociology and Human Geography, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway
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Resilience thinking meets social theory: situating social change in socio-ecological systems (SES) research
M Cote, AJ Nightingale
Progress in human geography 36 (4), 475-489, 2012
The nature of gender: work, gender, and environment
A Nightingale
Environment and planning D: Society and space 24 (2), 165-185, 2006
Reframing adaptation: The political nature of climate change adaptation
SH Eriksen, AJ Nightingale, H Eakin
Global Environmental Change 35, 523-533, 2015
Bounding difference: Intersectionality and the material production of gender, caste, class and environment in Nepal
AJ Nightingale
Geoforum 42 (2), 153-162, 2011
Networking: social capital and identities in European rural development
J Lee, A Árnason, A Nightingale, M Shucksmith
Sociologia ruralis 45 (4), 269-283, 2005
A feminist in the forest: Situated knowledges and mixing methods in natural resource management
AJ Nightingale
ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies 2 (1), 2003
Power and politics in climate change adaptation efforts: Struggles over authority and recognition in the context of political instability
AJ Nightingale
Geoforum 84, 11-20, 2017
“The experts taught us all we know”: professionalisation and knowledge in Nepalese community forestry
AJ Nightingale
Antipode 37 (3), 581-604, 2005
Strengthening conceptual foundations: analysing frameworks for ecosystem services and poverty alleviation research
JA Fisher, G Patenaude, P Meir, AJ Nightingale, MDA Rounsevell, ...
Global Environmental Change 23 (5), 1098-1111, 2013
Participating or just sitting in? The dynamics of gender and caste in community forestry
AJ Nightingale
Journal of forest and livelihood vol 2 (1), 2002
Nature–society and development: social, cultural and ecological change in Nepal
A Nightingale
Geoforum 34 (4), 525-540, 2003
Beyond Technical Fixes: climate solutions and the great derangement
AJ Nightingale, S Eriksen, M Taylor, T Forsyth, M Pelling, A Newsham, ...
Climate and Development 12 (4), 343-352, 2020
Beyond design principles: subjectivity, emotion, and the (ir) rational commons
AJ Nightingale
Society and Natural Resources 24 (2), 119-132, 2011
Rethinking power and authority: Symbolic violence and subjectivity in Nepal's Terai forests
AJ Nightingale, HR Ojha
Development and Change 44 (1), 29-51, 2013
A discussion
R Hawkins, D Ojeda, K Asher, B Baptiste, L Harris, S Mollett, ...
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 29 (2), 237-253, 2011
Policy without politics: Technocratic control of climate change adaptation policy making in Nepal
HR Ojha, S Ghimire, A Pain, A Nightingale, DB Khatri, H Dhungana
Climate Policy 16 (4), 415-433, 2016
Adaptive scholarship and situated knowledges? Hybrid methodologies and plural epistemologies in climate change adaptation research
AJ Nightingale
Area 48 (1), 41-47, 2016
Working the Spaces of Neoliberalism: activism, professionalisation and incorporation
N Laurie, L Bondi
Wiley-Blackwell, 2006
Theorizing power in political ecology: the where of power in resource governance projects
H Ahlborg, AJ Nightingale
Fishing for nature: the politics of subjectivity and emotion in Scottish inshore fisheries management
A Nightingale
Environment and Planning A 45 (10), 2362-2378, 2013
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