Decolonizing Extinction: An Interview with Juno Salazar Parreñas

Decolonizing Extinction: The Work of Care in Orangutan Rehabilitation By Juno Salazar Parreñas, The Ohio State University 288pp. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. § Colin Hoag spoke with Prof. Juno Salazar Parreñas about her recent book on the orangutan rehabilitation in Malaysia.     For Engagement readers who have not yet read your book, could […]

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Matter beyond Bounds: Time, Jurisdiction, and Environment

By Hannah Eisler Burnett and Sonia Grant, University of Chicago § This sub-series emerged from a double session at the 2018 American Anthropological Association (AAA) Annual Meeting in San Jose, CA, in which we explored relationships and environments that seem to thwart attempts by the state and other formations of power to intervene, control, or […]

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This Is Not a Goldmine: Capital, Conservation, and the Politics of Recruitment in the Deep Bismarck Sea

Editorial Note: This post is part of our series highlighting the work of the Anthropology and Environment Society’s 2018 Roy A. Rappaport Prize Finalists. We asked them to outline the argument they made in their submission and to situate their work in relation to the field of environmental anthropology. By Patrick Nason, Columbia University § ABSTRACT: From the […]

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A Plantation inside the Cow: Capitalist Indigestions and the Rumen Microbial Universe

Editorial Note: This post is part of our series highlighting the work of the Anthropology and Environment Society’s 2018 Roy A. Rappaport Prize Finalists. We asked them to outline the argument they made in their submission and to situate their work in relation to the field of environmental anthropology. By Katy Overstreet, University of California at Santa […]

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