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The contemporary world is saturated by militarization. Material and spectral forces of war permeate collective lives and ecological relations of humans and nonh... More
This collection, Ecologies of War, extends ethnographic attention beyond “war itself” to include forms of war that are often unrecognized as such—in everyday ex... More
Climate is a good way to think about the violence of war and occupation in Iraq. The horizon of the Iraq war stretched far beyond its official six-week duration... More
Scholarship in environmental anthropology has historically asked questions about how humans relate to the interconnected biophysical and cultural processes unfo... More