Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
Noel Castree spends much of his time researching Social science, Human geography, Epistemology, Politics and Environmental ethics. Noel Castree usually deals with Social science and limits it to topics linked to Neoliberalism and Deregulation and Positive economics. His work on Critical geography as part of general Human geography study is frequently linked to Field, Ontology and Cognate, bridging the gap between disciplines.
He has researched Epistemology in several fields, including Commodification of nature and Marxist philosophy. Noel Castree combines subjects such as Scope, Environmental resource management, Humanity, Cultural property and Environmental social science with his study of Environmental ethics. The concepts of his Humanity study are interwoven with issues in Social change, Environmental change, Anthropocene and Sustainability.
His primary areas of investigation include Environmental ethics, Social science, Human geography, Politics and Epistemology. Noel Castree specializes in Environmental ethics, namely Anthropocene. His Anthropocene study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Planetary boundaries and Archaeology.
His research investigates the link between Social science and topics such as Neoliberalism that cross with problems in Empirical research. Capitalism is the focus of his Politics research. His studies deal with areas such as Political economy and Marxist philosophy as well as Capitalism.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Environmental ethics, Anthropocene, Social science, Politics and Human geography. Noel Castree has included themes like Social contract, Public reason, Capitalism and Framing in his Environmental ethics study. His Anthropocene study deals with Planetary boundaries intersecting with Environmental change and Environmental resource management.
His Social science study combines topics in areas such as Climate change, Global change and Science policy. His Politics research incorporates themes from Earth system science, Value, Scholarship and Public administration. His work in Human geography addresses subjects such as Regional science, which are connected to disciplines such as Economic geography.
Noel Castree focuses on Environmental ethics, Social science, Anthropocene, Politics and Climate change. His Environmental ethics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Discipline, MEDLINE, Dualism, Social contract and Accountability. His study looks at the relationship between Social science and topics such as Global change, which overlap with Representation, Epistemology and Transdisciplinarity.
His Anthropocene research includes elements of Law, Statement, Scholarship and Capitalism. His Science policy research extends to Politics, which is thematically connected. His study in Climate change is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Citizen journalism, Democratization, Agency and Action.
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Neoliberalising nature: The logics of deregulation and reregulation
Environment and Planning A (2008)
Remaking Reality: Nature at the Millenium
Bruce Braun;Noel Castree.
Neoliberalising Nature: Processes, Effects, and Evaluations:
Environment and Planning A (2008)
False Antitheses? Marxism, Nature and Actor‐Networks
Spaces of Work: Global Capitalism and Geographies of Labour
Noel Castree;Neil M Coe;Kevin Ward;Michael Samers.
Commodifying what nature
Progress in Human Geography (2003)
Changing the intellectual climate
Social Nature: Theory, Practice, and Politics
Noel Castree;Bruce Braun.
THE NATURE OF PRODUCED NATURE: MATERIALITY AND KNOWLEDGE CONSTRUCTION IN MARXISM
Differential geographies: place, indigenous rights and 'local' resources
Political Geography (2004)
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