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Domestication gone wild : politics and practices of multispecies relations / Heather Anne Swanson, Marianne Elisabeth Lien, Gro B. Ween, editors.

Swanson, Heather Anne, 1979- (redaktör/utgivare)
Lien, Marianne Elizabeth (redaktör/utgivare)
Ween, Gro B. (redaktör/utgivare)
ISBN 9780822371267
Publicerad: Durham : Duke University Press, 2018
Copyright: ©2018
Engelska 263 pages
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  • Intimate encounters: domestication from within -- Breeding with birds of prey: intimate encounters / Sara Asu Schroer -- Pigs and spirits in Ifugao: a cosmological decentering of domestication / Jon Henrik Ziegler Remme -- Dog ears and tails: different relational ways of being with canines in aboriginal Australia and Mongolia / Natasha Fijn -- Farm animals in a welfare state: commercial pigs in Denmark / Inger Anneberg and Mette Vaarst -- Ducks into houses: domestication and its margins / Marianne Lien -- Beyond the farm: domestication as world-making -- Domestication gone wild: Pacific salmon and the disruption of the domus / Heather Anne Swanson -- Natural goods on the fruit frontier: cultivating apples in Norway / Frida Hastrup -- Domestication of air, scent, and disease / Rune Flikke -- How the salmon found its way home: science, state ownership, and the domestication of wild fish / Gro B. Ween and Heather Anne Swanson -- Wilderness through domestication: trout, colonialism, and capitalism in South Africa / Knut Nustad -- Nine provocations for the study of domestication / Anna Tsing.
  • The domestication of plants and animals is central to the familiar and now outdated story of civilization's emergence. Intertwined with colonialism and imperial expansion, the domestication narrative has informed and justified dominant and often destructive practices. Contending that domestication retains considerable value as an analytical tool, the contributors to Domestication Gone Wild reengage the concept by highlighting sites and forms of domestication occurring in unexpected and marginal sites, from Norwegian fjords and Philippine villages to British falconry cages and South African colonial townships. Challenging idioms of animal husbandry as human mastery and progress, the contributors push beyond the boundaries of farms, fences, and cages to explore how situated relations with animals and plants are linked to the politics of human difference--and, conversely, how politics are intertwined with plant and animal life. Ultimately, this volume promotes a novel, decolonizing concept of domestication that radically revises its Euro- and anthropocentric narrative. Contributors. Inger Anneberg, Natasha Fijn, Rune Flikke, Frida Hastrup, Marianne Elisabeth Lien, Knut G. Nustad, Sara Asu Schroer, Heather Anne Swanson, Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing, Mette Vaarst, Gro B. Ween, Jon Henrik Ziegler Remme. 

Ämnesord

Domesticering av djur  (sao)
Djur och människor  (sao)
Växter  (sao)
Humanekologi  (sao)
Socialantropologi  (sao)
Domestication.  (LCSH)
Human-animal relationships.  (LCSH)
Human-plant relationships.  (LCSH)
Domestication.  (fast)
Human-animal relationships.  (fast)
Human-plant relationships.  (fast)
Plants  (LCSH)
Domestication  (LCSH)
Human ecology  (LCSH)
Human-animal relationships  (LCSH)
Ethnology  (LCSH)

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