Tag: indigenous issues

Yellow Water: Rupture and Return One Year after the Gold King Mine Spill

Teresa Montoya , January 21st, 2018

Figure 1. A view of Animas Creek taken one year after the August 2015 Gold King Mine spill that discharged three million gallons of acid mine water toward…

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Anthropology Now and Then in the American Museum of Natural History: An Alternative Museum

Emily Martin & Susan Harding , October 18th, 2017

The action by Decolonize this Place on the steps of the AMNH included veiling the statue of Teddy Roosevelt. Photo courtesy Hrag Vartanian. https://hyperallergic.com/329225/decolonizethisplace-d…

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“There Are No Straight Lines in Nature” – Making Living Maps in West Papua

Sophie Chao , May 17th, 2017

Droning destruction — aerial view of deforestation in Merauke. Source: Sophie Chao. (Un)settling the Scene Alongside melting glaciers, marine oil spills and sinking islands, large-scale monocrop p…

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Elusive Caimans and the Anthropologist as Devil

Sophie Chao , April 26th, 2016

books and arts Lucas Bessire. 2014. Behold the Black Caiman: A Chronicle of Ayoreo Life. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. 296 pages. Dust In this poignant and…

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