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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

: Verso. 336 pp. ISBN 978-1781689028. Readers will be understandably wary of one more book insisting that salvation (or at least survival) lies in dissolving modernism’s habitual distinction between the natural and the human. Works by Donna Haraway

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Eugene N. Anderson, Jodie Asselin, Jessica diCarlo, Ritwick Ghosh, Michelle Hak Hepburn, Allison Koch, and Lindsay Vogt

. Ecomodernism: Technology, Politics and the Climate Crisis . Cambridge: Polity. 232 pp. ISBN: 978-1-5095-3120-2. In Ecomodernism: Technology, Politics and the Climate Crisis , Jonathan Symons makes a case for a socio-democratic variation of ecomodernism. Eco-modernism

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Decoupling Seascapes

An Anthropology of Marine Stock Enhancement Science in Japan

Shingo Hamada

technological fix for aquatic resource issues while avoiding the discussion of the industrialization of coastal seascapes as a cause of the fishery problem. This also marks the emergence of high modernism in fisheries management, with technological development

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More than Darkness Preservation

The Importance of the Dark, Star-Filled Skies in Urban Areas

Yee-Man Lam

to define the social unfitting, for a fixed group does not exist, let alone exist to be studied in a disciplined way. As Latour explains, our tendency to see humans as the only actors and society as a fixed whole are the results of modernism

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Erland Mårald and Erik Westholm

this knowledge into practical management instructions. Postwar Swedish forestry exemplifies what Scott calls “high modernism”—large-scale efforts to use science and technology to order and to standardize the social and natural world and to use notions