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Anna Tsing

worlds. Plantations are machines of replication, ecologies devoted to the production of the same. As many anthropologists have shown, disentangling things in this way is really exotic. To make resources – that is, disentangled things – requires cultural

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with some deleterious manifestations of post-Enlightenment modernity, but through elements of post-humanism and new materialisms, in a powerful language that takes us on a tour of various ‘machines of replication’ and a patchy Anthropocene composed of