“Hinterlands, Frontiers, Cities, and States: Transactions and Identities”
Meetings are Fridays, 11am-1pm
Luce Hall, 34 Hillhouse Avenue, Room 203*
*Except September 15 and November 3 in the seminar room at 230 Prospect Street
History, Yale University
"The U.S. Farm-to-Table Movement"
History, UC Davis
"Harvest of Self-Help: Refugees, Community Gardening, and the Agrarian Dream"
School for Environment and Sustainability, University of Michigan
"The Ethical Publicity of Agri-chemicals in Western India: The Limits of Dualist Conceptions of Political Economy"
Political Science, The International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), The Hague
"Naive Monarchism and Rural Resistance in Contemporary Russia"
History, Michigan Technological University
"Sustaining Lake Superior: Mining, Water Quality, and Indigenous Environmental Justice"
"Sovereign (Be)longings: State-Desire and the Anthropology of Exception"
Religious Studies, Sarah Lawrence College
"Pogroms in Rural Poland: The Breakdown of an Age-Old Economic Symbiosis"
"Slavery as Structure, Process or Lived Experience, or Why Slave Societies Existed in Pre-contact Tropical America"
Political Ecology, CIFOR
"Authority Problems: Concession Formalization and State Formation in Contemporary Laos."
Sociology, University of Georgia
“The Argentine Soybean Boom: Agrochemical Exposure and Peasant Demobilization”