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Anne-Laure Amilhat Szary

going further than bringing back female into the picture; it means going beyond the binary of being in/out and to question the normativity of regional thinking. For that purpose, why not queer regional studies? There are, in fact, very little works that

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Temperature and Capital

Measuring the Future with Quantified Heat

Scott W. Schwartz

Physics ( 10 ): 1 – 33 . Barad , Karen . 2007 . Meeting the Universe Halfway: Quantum Physics and the Entanglement of Matter and Meaning . Durham, NC : Duke University Press . Barad , Karen . 2012 . “ Nature’s Queer Performativity .” [ The

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Shubhi Sharma, Rachel Golden Kroner, Daniel Rinn, Camden Burd, Gregorio Ortiz, John Burton, Angus Lyall, Pierre du Plessis, Allison Koch, Yvan Schulz, Emily McKee, Michael Berman, and Peter C. Little

efforts more effectively with the communities with whom they study. For example, the authors give tantalizing suggestions about the role urban gardens can play as safe spaces for women and for queer-identified farmers (chap. 3), the impacts of Freirean

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Toxic Research

Political Ecologies and the Matter of Damage

Noah Theriault and Simi Kang

In a world saturated by toxic substances, the plight of exposed populations has figured prominently in a transdisciplinary body of work that we call political ecologies of toxics. This has, in turn, sparked concerns about the unintended consequences of what Eve Tuck calls “damage-centered research,” which can magnify the very harms it seeks to mitigate. Here, we examine what political ecologists have done to address these concerns. Beginning with work that links toxic harm to broader forces of dispossession and violence, we turn next to reckonings with the queerness, generativity, and even protectiveness of toxics. Together, these studies reveal how the fetishization of purity obscures complex forms of toxic entanglement, stigmatizes “polluted” bodies, and can thereby do as much harm as toxics themselves. We conclude by showing, in dialog with Tuck, how a range of collaborative methodologies (feminist, decolonial, Indigenous, and more-than-human) have advanced our understanding of toxic harm while repositioning research as a form of community-led collective action.

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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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Home and Away

The Politics of Life after Earth

Micha Rahder

heteronormative understandings on (particularly female) astronaut bodies ( Casper and Moore 1995 ). If queerness can be understood as a negation of reproductionist futurity ( Edelman 2004 ), then there appears to be no space for queers in space whatsoever

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Veronica Davidov

Raton : CRC Press . 10.1201/b11230 Barad , Karen . 2008 . “ Queer causation and the ethics of mattering .” Pp. 311 – 338 in Queering the non/human , edited by Myra Herd and Noreen Gaffney , New York : Routledge Barau , Aliyu Salisu

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Adolfo Lucero Álvarez, Columba Rodríguez Alviso, Oscar Frausto Martínez, José Luis Aparicio López, Alejandro Díaz Garay, and Maximino Reyes Umaña

queer community); three (11%) were aimed at individual resilience (mental health, psychiatric and psychological disorders); one (4%) was aimed at urban resilience; and one (4%) was aimed at economic resilience. Regarding the hurricanes studied, Table

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Decolonizing Development in Diné Bikeyah

Resource Extraction, Anti-Capitalism, and Relational Futures

Melanie K. Yazzie

Indigenous peoples since before the advent of American academic institutions, I see the work emerging from the interdisciplinary crossroads of energy humanities, post-humanism, queer affect, and Indigenous feminism as a sign that intellectuals writing from

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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