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Thinking with soils : material politics and social theory
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  • Thinking with soils : material politics and social theory
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  • Bloomsbury Academic, London, UK ; New York, NY : 2020 ©2020
  • 2020
  • Språk: Engelska.
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  • 1 online resource illustrations
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  • Acknowledgements -- Notes on Contributors -- List of Figures -- PREFACE Maria Puig della Bellacasa, University of Leicester, UK -- Ch 1: Thinking-with Soils: An Introduction to the Edited Volume Juan F. Salazar, Céline Granjou, Anna Krzywoszynska, Matthew Kearns, Manuel Tironi -- Ch 2: Soil Theories: Relational, Decolonial, Inhuman Manuel Tironi, Matthew Kearnes, Anna Krzywoszynska, Céline Granjou -- and Juan Francisco Salazar -- Ch 3: Mapping soil, losing ground? Politics of soil mapping Juliette Kon Kam Kim and Cľine Granjou -- Ch 4: Soils and Commodification Salvatore Engel-Di Mauro and Levi Van Sant -- Ch 5: Knowing earth, knowing soil: epistemological work and the political aesthetics of regenerative agriculture -- Matthew Kearnes and Lauren Rickards -- Ch 6: To know, to dwell, to care: towards an actionable, place-based knowledge of soils Anna Krzywoszynska with Steve Banwart and David Blacker -- Ch. 7: Soiling Mars: 'To boldly grow where no plant has grown before?' Filippo Bertoni -- Ch. 8: Geosocial polar futures and the material geopolitics of frozen soils -- Juan Francisco Salazar and Klaus Dodds -- Ch 9: A Mend to the Metabolic Rift? The Promises (and Potential Pitfalls) of Biosolids Application on American Soils Nicholas C. Kawa -- Ch. 10: Reclaiming freak soils: from conquering to journeying with urban soils Germain Meulemans -- Ch 11: Soil refusal: thinking earthly matters as radical alterity Manuel Tironi -- Ch 12: Geophagiac: Art, Food, Dirt Lindsay Kelley
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  • This book presents a novel and systematic social theory of soil, and is representative of the rising interest in 'the material' in social sciences. Bringing together new modes of 'critical description' with speculative practices and methods of inquiry, it contributes to the exploration of current transformations in socioecologies, as well as in political and artistic practices, in order to address global ecological change. The chapters in this edited volume challenge scholars to attend more carefully to the ways in which they think about soil, both materially and theoretically. Contributors address a range of topics, including new ways of thinking about the politics of caring for soils; the ecological and symbiotic relations between soils; how the productive capacities and contested governance of soils are deployed as matters of political concern; and indigenous ways of knowing and being with soil
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  • Print version Salazar, Juan Francisco Thinking with Soils : Material Politics and Social Theory London : Bloomsbury Publishing Plc,c2020
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  • Ko https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/konstfack/detail.action?docID=6215634 Read online / download
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  • 9781350109599
  • 1350109592
  • 9781350109582
  • 1350109584
  • 9781350109568
  • 1350109568
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