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ROUTLEDGE HANDBOOK OF ENVIRONMENTAL ANTHROPOLOGY

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9781138782877 ::  ROUTLEDGE HANDBOOK OF ENVIRONMENTAL ANTHROPOLOGY
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9781138782877

Colección:ROUTLEDGE INTERNATIONAL HANDBOOKS
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<P>ENVIRONMENTAL ANTHROPOLOGY STUDIES HISTORIC AND PRESENT HUMAN-ENVIRONMENT INTERACTIONS. THIS VOLUME ILLUSTRATES THE WAYS IN WHICH TODAY'S ENVIRONMENTAL ANTHROPOLOGISTS ARE CONSTRUCTING NEW PARADIGMS FOR UNDERSTANDING THE MULTIPLICITY OF PLAYERS, PRESSURES, AND ECOLOGIES IN EVERY ENVIRONMENT, AND THE VALUE OF CULTURAL KNOWLEDGE OF LANDSCAPES. </P><P>THIS <I>HANDBOOK </I>PROVIDES A COMPREHENSIVE SURVEY OF CONTEMPORARY TOPICS IN ENVIRONMENTAL ANTHROPOLOGY AND THOROUGH DISCUSSIONS ON THE CURRENT STATE AND PROSPECTIVE FUTURE OF THE FIELD IN SEVEN KEY SECTIONS. AS THE CONTRIBUTIONS TO THIS HANDBOOK DEMONSTRATE, THE SUBFIELD OF ENVIRONMENTAL ANTHROPOLOGY IS RESPONDING TO CULTURAL ADAPTATIONS AND RESPONSES TO ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES IN MULTIPLE AND COMPLEX WAYS. AS A DISCIPLINE CONCERNED PRIMARILY WITH HUMAN-ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION, ENVIRONMENTAL ANTHROPOLOGISTS RECOGNIZE THAT WE ARE NOW WORKING WITHIN A PRESSURE COOKER OF RAPID ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE THAT IS FORCING BEHAVIOURAL AND OFTEN CULTURAL CHANGES AROUND THE WORLD. AS WE SEE IN THE BREADTH OF TOPICS PRESENTED IN THIS VOLUME, THESE ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES HAVE INSPIRED RENEWED FOCI ON TRADITIONAL TOPICS SUCH AS FOOD PROCUREMENT, ETHNOBIOLOGY, AND SPIRITUAL ECOLOGY; AND A BROAD NEW RANGE OF SUBJECTS, SUCH AS RESILIENCE, NONHUMAN RIGHTS, ARCHITECTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY, INDUSTRIALISM, AND EDUCATION. THIS VOLUME ENABLES SCHOLARS AND STUDENTS QUICK ACCESS TO BOTH ESTABLISHED AND TRENDING ENVIRONMENTAL ANTHROPOLOGICAL EXPLORATIONS INTO THEORY, METHODOLOGY AND PRACTICE. </P>

<P><STRONG>PART 1: THE DEVELOPMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL ANTHROPOLOGY</STRONG></P><P></P><P>1. INTRODUCTION <EM>HELEN KOPNINA, ELEANOR SHOREMAN-OUIMET</EM></P><P>2. HISTORY AND SCOPE OF ENVIRONMENTAL ANTHROPOLOGY <EM>EDUARDO BRONDIZIO, RYAN ADAMS, STEFANO FIORINI</EM> </P><P>3. ETHNOBIOLOGY AND THE NEW ENVIRONMENTAL ANTHROPOLOGY <EM>EUGENE ANDERSON</EM> </P><P>4. ANTHROPOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT: BEGINNINGS <EM>ALAN BEALS</EM></P><P>5. ETHNOSCIENTIFIC IMPLICATIONS OF CLASSIFICATION AS A SOCIO-CULTURAL PROCESS<STRONG> </STRONG><EM>DAVID CASAGRANDE </EM> </P><B><P>PART 2:&NBSP;INVESTIGATIONS IN SUB-FIELDS OF ENVIRONMENTAL ANTHROPOLOGY </P></B><P></P><P>6. ENVIROMATERIALITY: EXPLORING THE LINKS BETWEEN POLITICAL ECOLOGY AND MATERIAL CULTURE STUDIES <EM>JOSE MARTINEZ-REYES </EM></P><P>7. HISTORICAL ECOLOGY: AGENCY IN HUMAN-ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION<STRONG> </STRONG><EM>LAUREN DODARO, DUSTIN REUTHER</EM> </P><P>8. ARCHITECTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: DEVELOPING METHODOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK FOR INDIGENOUS WELLBEING <EM>ANGELA KREUTZ AND&NBSP;PAUL MEMMOTT </EM></P><P>9. BEYOND "NATURE": TOWARDS MORE ENGAGED AND CARE-FULL WAYS OF RELATING TO THE ENVIRONMENT <EM>MARK COEKELBERGH</EM></P><B><P>PART 3: ECOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE, BELIEF AND SUSTAINABILITY</P></B><P></P><P>10. AN ANTHROPOLOGY OF NATURE – OR AN INDUSTRIALIST ANTHROPOLOGY? <EM>DAVID KIDNER</EM> </P><P>11. SPIRITUAL ECOLOGY, SACRED PLACES, AND BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION <EM>LESLIE SPONSEL</EM> </P><P>12. THE BIBLE, RELIGION, AND THE ENVIRONMENT <EM>RONALD SIMKINS</EM> </P><P>13. WHAT’S ONTOLOGY GOT TO DO WITH IT? ON THE KNOWLEDGE OF NATURE AND THE NATURE OF KNOWLEDGE IN ENVIRONMENTAL ANTHROPOLOGY <EM>SIAN SULLIVAN</EM><U> </P></U><P>14. UNSUSTAINABILITY IN ACTION: AN ETHNOGRAPHIC EXAMINATION<EM> </EM><EM>SAYD RANDLE, LAUREN BAKER, ANNIE CLAUS, CHRIS HEBDON<SUP> </SUP>ALDER KELEMAN<SUP> </SUP>AND</EM><STRONG> </STRONG><EM>MICHAEL R. DOVE</EM> </P><P>15. ANTHROPOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO ENERGY <EM>PETER KIRBY</EM> </P><B><P>PART 4: CLIMATE CHANGE, RESILIENCE AND VULNERABILITY</P></B><P></P><P>16. DISASTERS AND THEIR IMPACT: A FUNDAMENTAL FEATURE OF ENVIRONMENT <EM>SUSANNA HOFFMAN</EM> </P><P>17. THE CONCEPTS OF ADAPTATION, VULNERABILITY AND RESILIENCE IN THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF CLIMATE CHANGE <EM>ANTHONY OLIVER-SMITH </EM></P><P>18. CLIMATE, ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIETY IN NORTHWEST GREENLAND<B> </B><EM>MARK NUTTALL</EM></P><P>19. TAKING RESPONSIBILITY FOR CLIMATE CHANGE: ON HUMAN ADAPTATION, SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION AND ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE <EM>CINDY ISENHOUR</EM> </P><P>20. CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION AND DEVELOPMENT PLANNING: FROM RESILIENCE TO TRANSFORMATION? <EM>BOB POKRANT</EM></P><B><P>PART 5: JUSTICE, ETHICS, AND GOVERNANCE</P></B><P></P><P></P><P>21. JUSTICE FOR ALL: INCONVENIENT TRUTHS AND RECONCILIATION IN HUMAN-NON-HUMAN RELATIONS<STRONG> </STRONG><EM>VERONICA STRANG</EM></P><P>22. ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS AND ENVIRONMENTAL ANTHROPOLOGY <EM>HOLMES ROLSTON III</EM></P><P>23. BATTLE OF THE ECOLOGIES–DEEP VS. POLITICAL: AN INVESTIGATION OF ANTHROPOCENTRISM IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES<EM>&NBSP; BERNARD ZALEHA</EM></P><P>24. ‘GOOD GOVERNANCE’, CORRUPTION, AND FOREST PROTECTION: CRITICAL INSIGHTS FROM ENVIRONMENTAL ANTHROPOLOGY <EM>PAULINE VON HELLERMAN</EM></P><P>25. CULTURAL ECOTOURISM AS AN INDIGENOUS MODERNITY: NAMIBIAN BUSHMEN AND TWO CONTRADICTIONS OF CAPITALISM<I> </I><EM>STASJA KOOT</EM></P><B><P>PART 6: HEALTH, POPULATION, AND ENVIRONMENT</P></B><P></P><P>26. LOCAL AND ORGANIC FOOD MOVEMENTS <EM>RYAN ADAMS </EM></P><P>27. ANTHROPOCENTRISM AND THE MAKING OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH <EM>MERRILL SINGER</EM></P><P>28. MULTI-SPECIES ENTANGLEMENTS, ANTHROPOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH JUSTICE <EM>MELANIE ROCK</EM></P><P>29. CHALLENGING THE CONVENTIONAL WISDOM: BREAST CANCER AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH <EM>MARY ANGLIN</EM></P><P>30. EXCESSIVE HUMAN NUMBERS IN A WORLD OF FINITE LIMITS: CONFRONTING THE THRESHOLD OF COLLAPSE <EM>KENNETH SMAIL</EM></P><P><B>PART 7: ENVIRONMENT AND EDUCATION</P><P></P></B><P>31. CHILDREN’S LANGUAGE ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENT <EM>BRYAN WEE AND HILLARY MASON</EM> </P><P>32. "YOU HAVE TO <I>DO </I>IT": CREATING AGENCY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY THROUGH EXPERIENTIAL EDUCATION<STRONG> </STRONG><EM>BRENDA R. BECKWITH, NANCY J. TURNER AND&NBSP;TANIA HALBER</EM></P><P>33. COGNITION AND CULTURAL MODELING <EM>KIMBERLY KIRNER</EM></P><P>34. PERCEIVING NATURE’S PERSONHOOD: ANTHROPOLOGICAL ENHANCEMENTS TO ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION<STRONG> </STRONG><EM>ROBERT EFIRD</EM> </P><P>35. SCHOOLING THE WORLD: LAND-BASED PEDAGOGIES AND THE CULTURE OF SCHOOLING<B> </B><EM>CAROL BLACK</EM><BR></P>

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