Christine Winter is a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow with the Sydney Environment Institute and Lecturer at the University of Sydney. Christine’s research focuses on intergenerational, indigenous, environmental, climate change and multispecies justice and their entanglements. At the heart of her work is an examination of the incompatibilities between western and Māori philosophies and ways in which theories of justice continue the colonial project. She is interested in creating a space for political theory to actively contribute to the decolonial project required for justice in the settler states.
Winter, Christine J. (2022) “The Subjects of Intergenerational Justice: Indigenous philosophy, the environment and relationships.” London, Routledge. https://www.routledge.com/Subjects-of-Intergenerational-Justice-Indigenous-Philosophy-the-Environment/Winter/p/book/9780367551476
Winter, C.J. (2021) “A Seat at the Table: Te Awa Tupua, Te Urewera, Taranaki Maunga & Politcal Representation.” Borderlands Vol 20, No 1, 2021.
Celermajer, D., Schlosberg, D., Rickards, L., Stewart-Harawira, M., Thaler, M., Tschakert, P., Verlie, B. and Winter, C. (2021). “Multispecies justice: theories, challenges, and a research agenda for environmental politics,” Environmental Politics 30 (1-2), 119-140.
Tschakert, P., Schlosberg, D., Celermajer, D., Rickards, L., Winter, C., Thaler, M., Stewart-Harawira, M., Verlie, B. (2021) “Multispecies Justice: Climate-just futures with, for and beyond humans. WIREs Climate Change,” Vol 12, Issue 2, pp.
Winter, C.J. (2020). “Does time colonise intergenerational environmental justice theory?,” Environmental Politics, Volume 29, Issue 2, pp 278-296,
Winter, C. J. (2020) “Disaster! No Surprise.” Environmental Politics. December 27, 2020.
Winter, C.J. (2019). “Decolonising Dignity for Inclusive Democracy.” Environmental Values, vol. 28, no. 1, pp. 9-30.