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Numéro courant / Current Issue

Volume 58, n.1, 2016

Introduction : Une anthropologie amphibienne : La production du lieu à la confluence du territoire/de la terre et de l’eau / Introduction – An Amphibious Anthropology: The Production of Place at the Confluence of Land and Water, par / byKarine GagnéMattias Borg Rasmussen

Troubling Water: Shale Energy and Waterscape Transformation in a North American Extraction Zone, par / by Anna J. Willow

Living Paradox in Riverine Bangladesh: Whiteheadian Perspectives on Ganga Devi and Khwaja Khijir,  par / by Naveeda Khan

Cultivating Ice over Time: On the Idea of Timeless Knowledge and Places in the Himalayas,  par / by Karine Gagné

Water Futures: Contention in the Construction of Productive Infrastructure in the Peruvian Highlands,  par / by Mattias Borg Rasmussen

Two Days in the Life of a River: Glacier Floods in Bhutan,  par / by Ben Orlove

Réflexions / Reflexions


Comptes rendus / Book Review


Numéros à venir / Forthcoming Issues

Consensus, collaboration et traité : vers une pratique anticoloniale des relations de recherche entre colons et autochtones / Consent, Collaboration, Treaty: Toward Anti-Colonial Praxis in Indigenous-Settler Research Relations 

This suite of papers seeks to lay out some possible contours of research praxis for anthropologists and other scholars involved in seeking paths of anti-colonial engagement in contemporary Settler-Indigenous encounters. Notably, we take up the challenge that Michael Asch presented more than a decade ago in his Weaver-Tremblay Talk: Asch, M. (2001). Indigenous self-determination and applied anthropology in Canada: finding a place to stand. November 2015, 57(2).

Une anthropologie amphibie : eaux contestées au sein de paysages contestés  / An Amphibious Anthropology: Contested Waters in Contested Landscapes 

We bring together a selection of articles that reflects the surging interest within anthropology on water as an object of study in its own right. Water is treated as a subject of cultural knowledge but also at times exceeding human knowability. Theoretically, this collection of articles moves away from a conception of water as a commodity and seeks to bridge the opposition between the meaning and materiality of water. Thus, rather than a neutral backdrop on which culture happens or acts upon, water is seen as deeply entwined in cultural imagination, the production of social meaning as well as both formed by and formative of power. May 2016, 58(1).


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