Reimagining Political Ecology
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Description: 'Reimagining Political Ecology' introduces heterogeneity and paradox into our understanding of political ecology, critiquing 'modernist ecologies' and emphasising transnational, place-based ones. It showcases second-generation political ecology, which retains the Marxist interest in capitalism as a global structure.
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Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Duke University Press
Publication date: 11/22/2006
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
|About the Series|
|Beyond Modernist Ecologies|
|Equilibrium Theory and Interdisciplinary Borrowing: A Comparison of Old and New Ecological Anthropologies|
|Nature and Society in the Age of Postmodernity|
|Constructing and Appropriating Nature|
|Ecopolitics through Ethnography: The Cultures of Finland's Forest-Nature|
|The Political Ecology of Fisheries in the Upper Gulf of California|
|"But the Young Men Don't Want to Farm Any More": Political Ecology and Consumer Culture in Belize|
|Properties of Nature, Properties of Culture: Ownership, Recognition, and the Politics of Nature in a Papua New Guinea Society|
|Ethnographies of Nature|
|Progress of the Victims: Political Ecology in the Peruvian Amazon|
|Red River, Green War: The Politics of Place Along the Porgera River|
|Between Politics and Poetics: Narratives of Dispossession in Sarawak, East Malaysia|
|Between Nature and Culture|
|Rappaport's Rose: Structure, Agency, and Historical Contingency in Ecological Anthropology|