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Toxic Research

Political Ecologies and the Matter of Damage

Noah Theriault and Simi Kang

, accumulation, and violence, but it varies in how well it addresses other dimensions of the affected communities’ complex realities and concerns. We turn next to recent efforts to reckon with the queerness, generativity, and even protectiveness of toxics

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Chemical Agents

The Biopolitical Science of Toxicity

Melina Packer

characteristic of White liberal feminism, drawing instead from Black, Indigenous, and women of color feminisms, as well as socialist, postcolonial, and queer feminisms. (See Halley 2006 for an overview of feminist genealogies. ) I posit that a critical feminist

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Decoupling Seascapes

An Anthropology of Marine Stock Enhancement Science in Japan

Shingo Hamada

fisherwomen working ashore, Probyn describes that fish may have one physical body but swim with multiple implications that were created in fishery management involving heterogeneous actors, including human and nonhuman beings and things. Her queer feminist

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The Double Force of Vulnerability

Ethnography and Environmental Justice

Grant M. Gutierrez, Dana E. Powell, and T. L. Pendergrast

reflected a renewal of calls in anthropology, queer/feminist, and Indigenous studies, and related fields, to decolonize research ( Harrison 1991 ; Smith 1999 ) and shift analysis away from colonized “subalterns” and toward systems of institutional power as

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Out of Place in Outer Space?

Exploring Orbital Debris through Geographical Imaginations

Hannah Hunter and Elizabeth Nelson

, Zakiyyah Iman Jackson , Jasbir K. Puar , Eileen Joy, …  , and Uri McMillan. 2015 . “Theorizing Queer Inhumanisms”. GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 21 (2–3): 230–235. . OECD (Organization

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Liza Grandia

intersectional quandaries of “women, queers, transgender people, the poor, and the stateless” (2009: xiii). In this germinal work, Butler distinguishes between precarity (the differential distribution of the risk of early death as a consequence of socioeconomic

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New Materialist Approaches to Fisheries

The Birth of “Bycatch”

Lauren Drakopulos

Materialism New materialism emerged in the late twentieth century, as a response to postmodernist social constructionism. New materialist theory comes from a diverse suite of disciplines including science studies, feminist and queer theory, anthropology

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Pollution, Health, and Disaster

Emerging Contributions in Ethnographic Research

Alexa S. Dietrich

.1080/10999940903088226 Baker , Kelly , and Brenda Beagan . 2014 . “ Making Assumptions, Making Space: An Anthropological Critique of Cultural Competency and Its Relevance to Queer Patients .” Medical Anthropology Quarterly 28 ( 4 ): 578 – 598 . doi: 10.1111/maq.12129