Climate, capitalism and communities : an anthropology of environmental overheating /

An anthropological perspective on the devastating environmental consequences of global capital's growth imperative.

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Other Authors: Stensrud, Astrid B. (Editor), Eriksen, Thomas Hylland (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: London : PlutoPress, 2019.
Online Access:Available via EBSCO eBook Collection
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Table of Contents:
  • Cover; Contents; Figures; Preface; 1. Introduction: Anthropological Perspectives on Global Economic and Environmental Crises in an Overheated World
  • Astrid B. Stensrud and Thomas Hylland Eriksen; 2. The Political Economy of the Great Acceleration, or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
  • Anna Tsing; 3. A Community on the Brink of Extinction? Ecological Crises and Ruined Landscapes in Northwest Greenland -Kirsten Hastrup; 4. Sea Ice, Climate and Resources: The Changing Nature of Hunting Along Greenland's Northwest Coast
  • Mark Nuttall
  • 5. Volatility: Understanding Global Capitalism and Climate Change Vulnerability in Mongolia
  • Andrei Marin6. The Dark Side of Progress: The Intersections of Climate Change, Neoliberalism and Modernity in Peru
  • Astrid B. Stensrud; 7. Puzzling Pieces and Situated Urgencies of Climate Change and Globalisation in the High Arctic: Three Stories from Qaanaaq
  • Astrid Oberborbeck Andersen and Janne Flora; 8. Counting: Health Emergencies and the Constitution of Extractiev Natures in Northern Loreto, Peru
  • Maria A. Guzman-Gallegos
  • 9. Expansive Capitalism, Climate Change and Global Climate Mitigation Regimes: A Triple Burden on Forest Peoples in the Global South
  • Harold Wilhite and Cecelia G. Salinas10. Climate Change, Oceanic Sovereignties and Maritime Economies in the Pacific
  • Edvard Hviding; 11. Islands of Hope and Despair: Scaling the Collapses and the Collapse of Scales
  • Frank Sejersen; 12. Using a Glacier Website to Promote Action and Build Community: Engaged Anthropology in the Digital Age
  • Ben Orlove, Kerry Milch and Laura Uguccioni; Notes on Contributors; Index