CAIRN-INT.INFO : International Edition

Globalized mediators

Economic, political and identity issues

Page 9 to 19
Page 32 to 57
Page 59 to 75
Page 77 to 97
Page 99 to 120
Page 121 to 127
Page 129 to 145
Page 147 to 161

Research and Debate

Page 165 to 175

Anthropologies at present

Page 179 to 193

Visual Anthropology

Page 197 to 216

Echoes from here and elsewhere

Page 219 to 222

Digital supplement

Page 221 to 239
The “climate crisis” permeates our societies everyday life and erases their historical and cultural paths through the ineluctability of a future presented as global and catastrophic. In this context, anthropology is called upon to enhance this debate through an ethnographic, critical, micro-scale dimension. Departing from the notion of “socionatures”, this volume questions the global climate crisis’ paradigm in order to decipher the “unthinkable” patterns of a political analysis which the hegemonic discourses make invisible. From struggles against extractivism to a new centrality granted to non-human actors, from socionatures’ co-productions to pedagogic experiences, this issue proposes some paths for a repoliticization of climatic and environmental crises by looking at various forms of ecological resistance.
This journal was founded in 1980 by the French Association of Anthropologists (AFA) with the goal to promote this discipline and, specifically, all that it brings to the social, political and ideological's understanding of contemporaneous societies. Read more...
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