Remaking (Il)licit Landscapes: Layered Histories and Speculative Time in Peru’s War on Drugs

By Allison Kendra, Stanford University ยง Its leaves burst forth slowly from thin, shrubby branches. Every three months they mature, every three months they are pulled by hard-working hands, leaving marks of green and raw flesh, and over time, calluses, on the palms that pull them, slashed across between the pointer finger and thumb, where […]

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