Issue 9.2 – Negotiating Nature (Sep. 2016)

Vol. 9 No. 2 (Sep. 2016):

Negotiating Nature: Imaginaries, Interventions and Resistance

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Antoine Acker, University of Turin &
Olaf Kaltmeier, Anne Tittor, Bielefeld University:
The Social Production of Nature Between Coloniality and Capitalism

Alberto Acosta, FLACSO Ecuador:
Aporte al debate:
El extractivismo, como categoría de saqueo y devastación

Roland Walter, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Recife:
Inter/Transbiotic Memory Traces, Transculturation, and Decolonization
in Inter-American Literature

Etienne Sauthier, Université Paris III, Sorbonne Nouvelle:
Brasilianiser Proust – La nature comme élément d’assimilation de
l’importation culturelle – (1920-1960)

Gijs Cremers & Elisabet Dueholm Rasch, Wageningen University:
`El dios dinero es el que manda´
Nature as a Field of Force in the Western Highlands of Guatemala

Anne Heeren, University of Hannover:
Commercialization of Biodiversity:
The Regulation of Bioprospecting in Ecuador

Esther Figueroa, Vagabond Media/Jamaica:
I Live for Art – An Ecocide Romance

Anne Tittor & Esther Figueroa:
China´s involvement in Jamaica.
Socio-ecological Consequences of a Huge Infrastructural Project,
An Interview with the filmmaker Esther Figueroa about her film
“I Live for Art – An Ecocide Romance”

 

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