Selected Publications and Presentations


  • Sole author. “La figure du juif dans Le féminisme ou la mort.” In Françoise d’Eaubonne (Pauline Launay & Irène-Lucile Hertzog, Dir.), coll. « Anamnèse » (in press).
  • Jelen, Ted G., Danielle Roth-Johnson and John P. Tuman. 2017. “Culture Wars in Latin America:  Religion and Attitudes Toward Homosexuality and Abortion in Four Countries.”  Journal of Religion and Theology, 1(1):1-7.
  • Sole author.  “Back to the Future: Françoise d’Eaubonne, Ecofeminism and Ecological Crisis.” The International Journal of Literary Humanities, 10(3):51‐61. Published December, 2013.
  • Tuman, John P., Danielle Roth-Johnson and Ted Jelen. 2012. “Conscience and Context: Attitudes Toward Abortion in Mexico.” Social Science Quarterly, DOI: 10.1111/j.1540‐6237.2012.00905.x


  • “Integrating Feminist Theories and Environmental Justice Frameworks into International Political Economy: The Case of #Defund DAPL,” Paper presented at the 2024 International Studies Association Conference, San Francisco, CA.
  • “Save Our Mother!:  Women Working for the Environment” Invited by the Las Vegas Library District to give a presentation for Women’s History month on Sunday, March 3 at the West Charleston Library. (
  • « Apprendre des visions du monde irrégulières;intersectionnalité et de la justice environnementale: Tendances récentes des écoféminismes anglo-saxons » [Learning from Jagged Worldviews, Intersectionality and Environmental Justice:  Embodied Theory and Anglophone Ecofeminist Activisms].  Journées d’étude “Genre et Justice : perspectives croisées” (November 28, 2023) (Invited virtual keynote presentation), Université de Bordeaux (France).
  • “Théorie incarnée et activisme écoféministe anglo-saxon” (“Embodied Theory and Anglo-Saxon Ecofeminism”) Invited to give a seminar in French online as part of an inter-university series of seven lectures entitled “La recherche d’une vie démocratique et écologique [“The search for a democratic and ecological life”].  Sponsored by the Dept. of Letters, Ideas and Knowledges of the University of Paris-XII, the Dept. of Jineolojî at the University of Rojava (aka the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria), the Academy of Jineolojî, the Jineolojî Center of Brussels and the Solidarity Center with Alternative Universities, October 24, 2023.
  • Judéité in d’Eaubonne’s Mémoires Irréductibles.  Paper presented at the Western Jewish Studies Association conference (Panel:  Modern European Jewish Activists, Theologians, and Thinkers panel), Las Vegas, NV, March 2023.
  • “La figure du juif dans Le féminisme ou la mort.  Invited presentation for the Colloquium “Redécouvrir Françoise d’Eaubonne,” sponsored by Anamnèse Association, The Gender Workshop at the University of Caen-Normandy and the Memorial Institute of Contemporary Publishing (IMEC), November, 2022.
  • “The Environmental Politics and Poetics of Monique Verdin’s My Louisiana Love. Paper accepted for the 2020 National Women’s Studies Association conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Fall, 2020.
  • “Philosophizing the End of the Anthropocene:  Françoise d’Eaubonne’s L’homme de demain a-t-il un futur? and Patricia MacCormack’s The Ahuman Manifesto.”  Paper accepted for the Eighteenth International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Venice, Italy, July 1-3, 2020.
  • “#Defund DAPL:  Divestment as a Strategy for Enforcing the Human Right to Water?”  Paper accepted for the 7th Joint Human Rights Conference on Human Rights and Foreign Policy, University of London, London, England, June 22-24, 2020. 
  • “Decolonizing the Waters: Ecofeminist Conceptions of Earth Democracy and the Environmental Commons.”  2019 Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Social Science Association, San Diego, California, October 31-November 2, 2019.
  • “The Persistent Relevance of Economic Growth in the Creation of Ecological Crisis:  A Marxist-Materialist Genealogy of Ecology and Feminism:  Revolution or Mutation?”  50 Years of Socialist Feminism Workshop, Historical Materialism Toronto, York University, September 28-29, 2019.