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Sarah Townsend, Anna J. Willow, Emily Stokes-Rees, Katherine Hayes, Peter C. Little, Timothy Murtha, Kristen Krumhardt, Thomas Hendricks, Stephanie Friede, Peter Benson, and Gregorio Ortiz

ANDERSON, E. N., Caring for Place: Ecology, Ideology, and Emotion in Traditional Landscape Management

ÁRNASON, Arnar, Nicolas ELLISON, Jo VERHUNST, and Andrew WHITEHOUSE, eds., Landscapes Beyond Land: Routes, Aesthetics, Narratives

BARNARD, Timothy P., ed., Nature Contained: Environmental Histories of Singapore

BARTHEL-BOUCHIER, Diane, Cultural Heritage and the Challenge of Sustainability

FOOTE, Stephanie and Elizabeth MAZZOLINI, eds., Histories of the Dustheap: Waste, Material Cultures, Social Justice

HAKANSSON, Thomas N. and Mats WIDGREN, eds., Landesque Capital: The Historical Ecology of Enduring Landscape Modifications

PERLMUTTER, David and Robert ROTHSTEIN, The Challenge of Climate Change: Which Way Now?

RUPP, Stephanie, Forests of Belonging: Identities, Ethnicities, and Stereotypes in the Congo River Basin

SODIKOFF, Genese Marie, ed., The Anthropology of Extinction: Essays on Culture and Species Death

SWANSON, Drew A., A Golden Weed: Tobacco and Environment in the Piedmont South

WILBER, Tom, Under the Surface: Fracking, Fortunes, and the Fate of the Marcellus Shale

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Seumas Bates

of such a group ( Hartigan 1997 : Wray 2006 ). Thus any negative stereotypes that might have become linked to the “White” label within such a hierarchy can be safely portioned off into this discursively separate grouping ( Hartigan 1997 ; Hurley

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Park Spaces and the User Experience

Reconsidering the Body in Park Analysis Tools

Eric A. Stone and Jennifer D. Roberts

of bodies with varying colors, abilities, class, and so forth, should form a substantive part of park analysis, or risk reifying the very same stereotypes we as a society have sought to relinquish. Figure 2 Baltimore city greenspace coverage in

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Vegetables and Social Relations in Norway and the Netherlands

A Comparative Analysis of Urban Allotment Gardeners

Esther J. Veen and Sebastian Eiter

Patricia Kettle (2015: 1228) see allotments as (potential) “civil interfaces,” places where “barriers are dismantled, knowledge is exchanged, stereotypes are challenged, empathies are generated and where people get on with the business of simply getting on

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Jaime Moreno Tejada

, testing, assessing.” The result of his being there ( dasein ) is a type of realism, imperfect yet sobering, that “align[s] poorly with sentimentalized stereotypes of the region and its people.” In modern Amazonia there is television, football and

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“Litigation Is Our Last Resort”

Addressing Uncertainty, Undone Science, and Bias in Court to Assert Indigenous Rights

Bindu Panikkar

decisions as nonobjective. PLP in this case interrogated the “positionality and integrity,” or phronetic risks, rather than epistemic risks, and by doing so, PLP questions the very foundation of a scientific undertaking. Stereotyping and power are mutually

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Neglected Tropical Diseases

Creating a New Disease Grouping

Samantha Vanderslott

climate being responsible for diseases and argued that tropical medicine “reinforced the prejudices associated with climatic determinism and old stereotypes created by Europeans who ‘defamed’ the ‘torrid’ countries as insalubrious lands unsuited to

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Evert Van de Vliert

Traits, National Character Stereotypes, and Climato-Economic Conditions .” Behavioral and Brain Sciences 36 : 501 – 502 . 10.1017/S0140525X1300023X Triandis , Harry C. 1995 . Individualism and Collectivism . Boulder, CO : Westview . Turchin

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The Role of Naturalness in Ecological Restoration

A Case Study from the Cook County Forest Preserves

Nicole M. Evans and William P. Stewart

as a “natural” management tool on preserve signage, and staff and volunteers exclusively talked about the “natural fire regime.” The most fitting understanding of the naturalization of indigenous practices relates to larger stereotypes about American

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The Incredible Edible Movement

People Power, Adaptation, and Challenges in Rennes (France) and Montreal (Canada)

Giulia Giacchè and Lya Porto

. This challenges the stereotype that IE is a middle-class movement. The size of the IE initiatives vary in terms of actors involved and surface area cultivated. The first garden and the most popular is around 40 square meters, and around five people are