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Methods for Multispecies Anthropology

Thinking with Salmon Otoliths and Scales

Heather Anne Swanson

life. When brought into dialogue with multispecies anthropology, the approaches of animal behavior set one up well to study relations with dogs but not with, say, bacteria. Anthropologists working on insects, plants, and fungi have often gleaned

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Laura Phillips

, in a treatise on the traditional uses of fungi by our people. Puhpowee, she explained, translates as “the force which causes mushrooms to push up from the earth overnight.” As a biologist, I was stunned that such a word existed. In all its technical

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A Flowering of Memory

Walking Zora Neale Hurston's Cemetery Path to our Mothers’ Gardens

James Jr. Padilioni

with the full communion of climate, the land, plants, animals, fungi, spirits, and the ancestors. Hurston had a vision, but Du Bois could not see it; perhaps such immanent realities of the Hoodoo landscape are veiled to the uninitiated eye that lacks

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Sarah Besky and Jonathan Padwe

). In this sense, plants and people together work against processes of de-landing and de-skilling under capitalism (we might include fungi here as well, see Tsing 2015 ). The garden as a relationship of humans and nonhumans thus embodies both potentials

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Karen Hébert, Joshua Mullenite, Alka Sabharwal, David Kneas, Irena Leisbet Ceridwen Connon, Peter van Dommelen, Cameron Hu, Brittney Hammons, and Natasha Zaretsky

of reciprocity through expensive mushroom gifts; an ethnically diverse and economically precarious bunch of pickers, many of whom are dispossessed survivors of brutal wars in Southeast Asia, hunting the fungi and multifarious forms of freedom in the

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Navigating the Fourth Republic

West African University Students between Metropolitan France and Dakar

Harry Gamble

Dakar-Étudiant ran a sardonic article denouncing the profusion of molds and fungi, broken window panes, doors without locks, and damaged stairs that could be found in and around dormitories. 54 In his memoirs, the Senegalese polymath Amady Aly Dieng