I received my PhD from the Institute for Environmental Science and Technology at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (2016), within the Marie Curie ITN project “European Network for Political Ecology-ENTITLE”. I hold a Bachelor’s degree in philosophy and anthropology from the University of Rome ‘La Sapienza’ (2007), and a Masters’ in geography (‘Environment, society and development’) from the National University of Ireland, Galway (2011).
Political economy and ecology of natural resource extraction; Latin America; environmental governance and conflicts; state theory, hegemony and populism; indigenous and environmental movements; climate change.
Appointments and visiting positions
I have been a visiting researcher at the University of Manchester (2013) and at the University of Syracuse, New York (2015).
Andreucci, D. (2019). Populism, Emancipation, and Environmental Governance: Insights from Bolivia. Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 109(2), 624-633.
Andreucci, D. (2018). Populism, hegemony, and the politics of natural resource extraction in Evo Morales's Bolivia. Antipode, 50(4), 825-845.
Andreucci, D. (2017). Resources, regulation and the state: Struggles over gas extraction and passive revolution in Evo Morales's Bolivia. Political Geography, 61, 170-180.
Andreucci, D., & Radhuber, I. M. (2017). Limits to “counter-neoliberal” reform: Mining expansion and the marginalisation of post-extractivist forces in Evo Morales’s Bolivia. Geoforum, 84, 280-291.
Andreucci, D., & Kallis, G. (2017). Governmentality, development and the violence of natural resource extraction in Peru. Ecological Economics, 134(C), 95-103.
Andreucci, D., García-Lamarca, M., Wedekind, J., & Swyngedouw, E. (2017). “Value grabbing”: A political ecology of rent. Capitalism Nature Socialism, 28(3), 28-47
“Political ecology”. Master’s in Political ecology, environmental justice and degrowth. Autonomous University of Barcelona
“Environment, justice and development”. BSc in Political and administration sciences. UPF