Erika Cudworth is a senior lecturer in sociology and politics at UEL, London, UK. Her research interests include gender relations, system and complexity theory, and human relations with non-human nature.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Complexity Theory and the Sociology of Natures

This paper concerns the co-constitution of social intersectionalities with/in 'natural' environmental contexts, with respect to the wider context of the sociological understanding of complex social formations.

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Archipelagic Nations: Situating Citizenship in Education

This paper considers our exploration of the 'problem' of citizenship with some of our undergraduate students and argues for a critically engaged praxis.

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More than a Metaphor? Complexity in the Social Sciences

This paper maps different ways in which complexity theory has been applied in the social sciences, arguing for an approach that accounts for human features of complex systems.

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Climate Change, Industrial Animal Agriculture and Complex Inequalities

Animal based food is seen as a technical solution to food insecurity. However, Western intensive production and the promotion of Western eating habits are more likely to increase social inequalities.

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