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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Ticks, Pesticides, and Biome-Subjectivity

By Abigail Dumes, University of Michigan § Fifty-five years ago, Rachel Carson published Silent Spring, a groundbreaking text that brought into view the dangers of pesticides and their overuse. In 2017, social friction in the United States over how and when and if to use pesticides has never been sharper. In the face of Trump-appointed EPA […]

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