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Repairing Environmental Politics: Multispecies Healing in Ecuador’s Oil Frontier

colinhoag , May 5th, 2022

Editorial Note: This post is part of our series highlighting the work of the Anthropology and Environment Society’s 2021 Roy A. Rappaport Prize Finalists. We asked them to outline the…


Multispecies Anarchism in the Postnuclear World

Anibal Garcia Arregui , April 1st, 2022

Connect the dots between “state”, “imperialism”, and “war”. Add “leaders”, “testosterone” and “nukes”. Look at the picture and tell me anarchism was a bad idea. In effect, as…

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Qualifying Exams Reading List: Multispecies Connections

Anthropology365 , June 3rd, 2021

Abram, David. The Spell of the Sensuous: Perception and Language in a More-than-human World. Vintage, 2012. Archambault, Julie Soleil. “Taking love seriously in human-plant relations in…

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Making a Multispecies Community: A Personal Journey

Anthropology365 , June 3rd, 2021

Since the start of the pandemic, my partner and I have worked to transform our San Antonio, TX backyard to a wildlife-friendly space. It began with a small…

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The Ugliness of Multispecies Intersubjectivity: Pandemic Racism and the Love of Animals in the U.K.

Maythe Han , March 3rd, 2021

Content and Trigger Warning: This post contains profanity and strong references to violence against Black Lives Matter protesters, but more specifically, protesters who are Black, Indigenous, and peop…


The Emergence of COVID-19: A Multispecies Story

Katie Nelson , October 19th, 2020

Eben Kirksey To cite this article: Eben Kirksey (2020) The Emergence of COVID-19: A Multispecies Story, Anthropology Now, …

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Zombie Knowledge: Toward a Deeper Conversation between Black Studies and Multispecies Anthropology

Johnathan Favini , July 14th, 2020

Monsters, the nightmarish figures we conjure in the dark, reflect our own culturally and politically specific anxieties. They are a dark mirror: a terrifying rendering of a social…


Whose Space is this? A Multispecies Auto-Ethnography of Viral-Human Negotiations in the Contact Zone (#WitnessingCorona)

Karoline Buchner , June 26th, 2020

Hide Press Release (2 Less Words) Oleg Zurmühlen   Just as this intimidating encounter of an orang-utan in the city SARS-CoV-2 reshapes the spatial and temporal organization of…


A Discussion of Multispecies Love and Arts of Noticing

AES 2020 Abstract: Mediating Multispecies Relations Through Western and Indigenous Conservation

Anthropology365 , February 15th, 2020

Western notions of modernity have situated human society apart from nature, which encompasses those spaces and beings that are unmodified and unsullied by human activity. The Western conception…

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#ExistenceOnSearch: Multispecies encounters and knowledge dialogue at the in-between space

Santiago Martinez Medina , December 31st, 2019

Este contenido está disponible en español aquí.  #BecomingBioDiverse Photograph by Felipe Villegas. Instituto de Investigación de Recursos Biológicos Alexander von Humboldt. Image courtesy of the aut…


From the Leiden Anthropology Blog: “Beyond multispecies ethnography: Engaging anthropology with violence and animal rights”

aaaguestcontributor , July 19th, 2016

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Beyond multispecies ethnography: Engaging anthropology with violence and animal rights

Sabrina Otterloo , March 15th, 2016

The horror of human rights abuses Let me start this post with a vignette: On October 3, 2015, at the final plenary session of the German Association of…

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Revisiting the Human in These Multispecies Landscapes

Chitra , March 11th, 2016

By Jared Margulies, University of Maryland Baltimore County, photographs by Indra Kumar, reproduced with permission § Indra shows me some photographs he’s taken recently of a variety of animals. I’m…


A dilemma at the heart of multispecies anthropology: the “inclusion” of animals

Robin Irvine , February 27th, 2016

“the “inclusion” of animals is not necessarily the most interesting issue, but rather how they are included [Candea 243]. If following a classic or “Durkheimian” model, where social…


CFP: Multispecies panels at the ASA2016 (Durham 4th-7th)

Christopher Ward , February 11th, 2016

Panels at the ASA 2016 (Durham 4th-7th July) As the deadline for the annual conference of the Association of Social Anthropologists is this Monday (15th February), we’d thought…


Multispecies Anthropology Panels at ASA 2016

The Multispecies Life of Feral Dendezeiros: Ethnography in Motion

colinhoag , February 2nd, 2016

By Thiago Cardoso, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil § The dendezeiro (African oil palm) makes worlds. While most people know the dendezeiro as a tree fully subordinated…


Displaced Nature: Multispecies landscapes, mushrooms, and the megapolis

Karen Holmberg , December 11th, 2015

[Savage Minds welcomes guest blogger Karen Holmberg] Concentric circles of the local to the larger ripple out from a megapolis like New York. The unnatural and natural are…

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Multispecies anthropology in the media: The polar bears are coming to town

Robin Irvine , October 20th, 2015

The anthropologist Martina Tyrrell looks at life in Arviat, Hudson Bay, when polar bears come to town.      


A Collaborative Blog about Multispecies Engagements …

Chrissie Wanner , May 15th, 2015

The idea of setting up a blog dedicated to multispecies engagements emerged in the course of conversations at an ESRC-funded Scottish Training in Anthropological Research (STAR) workshop, and…


Eben Kirksey, “The Multispecies Salon”

Carla Nappi , May 10th, 2015

Eben Kirksey‘s wonderful new volume is an inspiring introduction to a kind of multispecies ethnography where artists, anthropologists, and others collaborate to create objects and experiences of great……

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Sophie Chao, “In the Shadow of the Palms: More-Than-Human Becomings in West Papua” (Duke UP, 2022)

New Books Network , March 29th, 2022

This episode we speak with Sophie Chao, author of In the Shadow of the Palms: More-Than-Human Becomings in West Papua (Duke University Press, 2022). Her new book examines the lives of Marind…

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66 On Multi-Species Community: A Critical Conversation with Patricia Alvarez Astacio (Gina T, John P)

Marshall Poe , October 21st, 2021

Octopus month has morphed seamlessly into Multispecies month here at RtB, bringing with it not only last week’s piece on chimpanzees, but also this sparkling conversation about all sorts…

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