Clémentine Dècle-Classen retro

Clémentine Dècle-Classen is a young French scholar and professional in socio-environmental justice and sustainability, a field she approaches in a trans-disciplinary and intersectional manner. Originally from France, she graduated in 2020 from the University of Amsterdam with a BSc (honours) in Politics, Psychology, Law, and Economics (PPLE) and a major in law. She is now finishing an MSc in Governance of Sustainability at Leiden University. Her interests include, among others, the intersection between environmentalism and criminology, human and non-human rights, climate change and social inequality, eco-feminism and post-anthropocentrism, inter-species relationships, as well as food systems sustainability.

Rediscovering Europe’s Winter Celebrations beyond Materialism

E&M Authors Sindre Langmoen and Clémentine Dècle-Classen explore and reflect on European winter celebrations ...