Brownhill is a
writer, editor, teacher and
researcher focused on ecological social movements, feminism and the
political economies of food and energy in both local and global contexts. She is a lecturer at Athabasca University, teaching on-line courses in Sociology and Communications Studies.
She is also the lead editor of the forthcoming book Food Security, Gender and Resilience: Improving smallholder
and subsistence farming, being published by Earthscan/Routledge in February 2016.
Please browse the site to access some of my articles and, below, a comic strip featuring women's struggles for democracy and environmental protection in East and West Africa, and globally.
|See "Nakedness and Power," an award winning 9-page comic strip by Leigh Brownhill, Terisa E. Turner and Seth Tobocman. See the full text via the menu (Award Winning Comic) on the left.|
Kenyans are due reparations for British war crimes during Mau Mau. Read the March 2009 article here.
Please look around the website. Contact Leigh if you want more information. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org