Rebekah Plueckhahn is a McArthur Fellow in Anthropology at the University of Melbourne. Prior to this, she was a Teaching Fellow and Research Associate at University College London’s Department of Anthropology. Her research interests include ownership, capitalism, urban politics, ethics, musical performance and urbanism in Mongolia. Her recent publications include a 2018 special issue of Central Asian Survey, coedited with Bumochir Dulam. Her book on dynamic ownership and shaping urban environments is forthcoming with UCL Press.
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Rethinking the Anticommons: Usufruct, Profit, and the Urban
The lens of usufruct is a productive way through which to anthropologically examine experiences of fast rates of urban growth. Within cities, temporary access t... More