New Featured Article!
“Anthropological Engagement with the Anthropocene”
February 22, 2017
The latest Environment and Society featured article is now available! This month’s article, “Anthropological Engagement with the Anthropocene: A Critical Review,” comes from Volume 6 (2015), a special issue on the Anthropocene. In their review of anthropology’s evolving engagement with the Anthropocene, HannahGibson and Sita Venkateswar contemplate multifarious approaches to research and discuss critical engagement discussed including anthropology beyond disciplinary borders, queries writing in the Anthropocene, and anthropology of climate change.
Visit the featured article page to download your copy of the article today before it’s gone! A new article is featured every month.
HANNAH GIBSON is a PhD student in Cultural Anthropology at the Victoria University of Wellington. For her current research, she will be exploring the everyday domain of reproductive practices and conducting experience-centered research that examines the reproductive hopes, motivations, and experiences of intended parents and surrogates in New Zealand. Hannah’s special interests include infertility, new reproductive technologies, contested and rare illnesses, sexuality, and multispecies ethnography.
SITA VENKATESWAR is based in the Social Anthropology program at Massey University, Aotearoa/New Zealand. She is Associate Director of the Massey chapter of the recently established New Zealand India Research Institute (NZIRI). Her ethnography Development and Ethnocide: Colonial Practices in the Andaman Islands (2004) is based on her PhD fieldwork in the Andaman Islands and her coedited book, The Politics of Indigeneity: Dialogues and Reflections on Indigenous Activism (2011), is published by Zed Books. Her current research on the implications of climate change for food production takes a political ecology approach to follow the fortunes of millet cultivation in India.
Tags: Anthropocene, Anthropology, climate change, entanglements, Environment and Society, Hannah Gibson, multispecies ethnography, Sita Venkateswar, transdisciplinary