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Ecological Nostalgias: Memory, Affect and Creativity in Times of Ecological Upheavals

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Volume 26

Environmental Anthropology and Ethnobiology


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Ecological Nostalgias

Memory, Affect and Creativity in Times of Ecological Upheavals

Edited by Olivia Angé and David Berliner

206 pages, 20 illus., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-78920-893-1 $120.00/£89.00 Hb Published (November 2020)

eISBN 978-1-78920-894-8 eBook


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“Explores and exemplifies ethnographically an emerging conceptual framework on ecological nostalgias to better understand the emotional impacts on and responses of people to the environmental crises that beset our world&rdquo. • Rajindra K. Puri, University of Kent

“It is a tour de force in showing what anthropology can contribute to thinking about the global ecological crisis, and why the cultural and political dimensions of this crisis are no less important than the material ones”. • Marc Brightman, University of Bologna

Description

Introducing the study of econostalgias through a variety of rich ethnographic cases, this volume argues that a strictly human centered approach does not account for contemporary longings triggered by ecosystem upheavals. In this time of climate change, this book explores how nostalgia for fading ecologies unfolds into the interstitial spaces between the biological, the political and the social, regret and hope, the past, the present and the future.

Olivia Angé is an Associate Professor at Université Libre de Bruxelles. Besides a series of papers, she is the author of Barter and Social Regeneration in the Argentinean Andes (Berghahn, 2018), and co-editor of Anthropology and Nostalgia (Berghahn, 2014).

David Berliner is a Professor of Anthropology at Université Libre de Bruxelles. He is the co-editor of Learning Religion (Berghahn, 2007), Anthropology and Nostalgia (Berghahn, 2014) and World Heritage on the Ground (Berghahn, 2016).

Subject: Anthropology (General) Environmental Studies (General) Cultural Studies (General) Memory Studies


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