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Routledge Environmental Anthropology


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Environmental Anthropology explores historic and present human-environment interactions, highlighting the link between human-caused environmental problems such as climate change, species extinction, and pollution, with the complex cultural, political, and economic systems that have created them. This series aims to contribute to the growing subfield by providing a comprehensive survey of contemporary topics in environmental anthropology, including food procurement, ethnobiology, spiritual ecology, resilience, nonhuman rights, architectural anthropology, industrialism, and education.

The Routledge Environmental Anthropology series welcomes submissions that combine strong academic theory with practical applications, and as such is relevant to a global readership of students, researchers, policy-makers, practitioners, and activists. Please contact Grace Harrison ([email protected]).

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Building the Critical Anthropology of Climate Change Towards a Socio-Ecological Revolution

Building the Critical Anthropology of Climate Change: Towards a Socio-Ecological Revolution

1st Edition

Forthcoming

By Hans A. Baer, Merrill Singer
July 16, 2024

This book applies a critical perspective to anthropogenic climate change and the global socio-ecological crisis. The book focuses on the critical anthropology of climate change by opening up a dialogue with the two main contending perspectives in the anthropology of climate change, namely ...

Ecological Epistemologies and Spiritualities in Brazilian Ecovillages In the Labyrinth of an Environmental Anthropology

Ecological Epistemologies and Spiritualities in Brazilian Ecovillages: In the Labyrinth of an Environmental Anthropology

1st Edition

By Luz Gon├žalves Brito
May 02, 2023

This book brings together ethnographic field research on four permacultural ecovillages in Brazil to highlight the importance of spirituality and ecological epistemologies as key analytical tools. It demonstrates that ecological spirituality can, and should, be understood beyond the dichotomy of ...

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