Greta Gaard is an educator, writer, scholar and activist working at the intersections of literature, feminism, social and environmental justice. 

As an ecofeminist, Gaard worked within the U.S. Green movement for a decade, co-founding the Minnesota Green Party in 1993. Developments within the national movement, along with the contradictions between democracy and electoral politics, are described in her 1998 volume, Ecological Politics:  Ecofeminists and the Greens.  For the past decade, Gaard's activism has addressed issues of economic globalization, water democracy, maternal profiling, and interspecies justice. She is currently a professor of English at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, and a Community Faculty in Women's Studies at Metropolitan State University in St. Paul, MN.

Here, you can find links to her book publications, selected essays, and sample syllabi.