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The Anthropology of Sustainability: Beyond Development and Progress

By: BRIGHTMAN, MarcContributor(s): LEWIS, JeromeSeries: Palgrave Studies in Anthropology of SustainabilityPublication details: New York Palgrave Macmillan 2017Edition: 1stISBN: 9780000000000Subject(s): Cultural Heritage Management | Sustainability--Social aspects
Contents:
Introduction The Anthropology of Sustainability Beyond Development and Progress1Anthropology at the Time of the Anthropocene A Personal View of What Is to Be Studied35A Threat to Holocene Resurgence Is a Threat to Livability50What Can Sustainability Do for Anthropology?67Interlude Perceiving Human Nature Through Imagined Nonhuman Situations81They Call It ShangriLa Sustainable Conservation or African Enclosures?91Conservation from Above Globalising Care for Nature110Different Knowledge Regimes and Some Consequences for Sustainability 127Anthropology and the NatureSocietyDevelopment Nexus182The Gaia Complex Ethical Challenges to an Anthropocentric Common Future 207Interlude Performing Gaia229Sustaining the Pluriverse The Political Ontology of Territorial Struggles in Latin America237Traditional People Collectors of Diversity257Local Struggles with Entropy Caipora and Other Demons273Redesigning Money to Curb Globalization Can We Domesticate the Root of All Evil?291Index308The Viability of a High Arctic Hunting Community A Historical Perspective144Ebola in Meliandou Tropes of Sustainability at Ground Zero
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Introduction The Anthropology of Sustainability Beyond Development and Progress1Anthropology at the Time of the Anthropocene A Personal View of What Is to Be Studied35A Threat to Holocene Resurgence Is a Threat to Livability50What Can Sustainability Do for Anthropology?67Interlude Perceiving Human Nature Through Imagined Nonhuman Situations81They Call It ShangriLa Sustainable Conservation or African Enclosures?91Conservation from Above Globalising Care for Nature110Different Knowledge Regimes and Some Consequences for Sustainability 127Anthropology and the NatureSocietyDevelopment Nexus182The Gaia Complex Ethical Challenges to an Anthropocentric Common Future 207Interlude Performing Gaia229Sustaining the Pluriverse The Political Ontology of Territorial Struggles in Latin America237Traditional People Collectors of Diversity257Local Struggles with Entropy Caipora and Other Demons273Redesigning Money to Curb Globalization Can We Domesticate the Root of All Evil?291Index308The Viability of a High Arctic Hunting Community A Historical Perspective144Ebola in Meliandou Tropes of Sustainability at Ground Zero

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