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2018 Volume 38, Number 1   

Special Section:

Feral Dynamics

Guest Editors: 

Anna Tsing & Nils Bubant

I. SPECIAL SECTION: Feral dynamics, Edited by Anna tsing and nils bubandt
FERAL DYNAMICS OF POST-INDUSTRIAL RUIN: AN INTRODUCTION
Nils Bubandt and Anna Tsing 
INDUSTRIOUS LANDSCAPING: THE MAKING AND MANAGING OF NATURAL RESOURCES AT SØBY BROWN COAL BEDS 
Nathalia Brichet and Frida Hastrup
THE MAKING OF UNSTABLE GROUND: THE ANTHROPOGENIC GEOLOGIES OF SØBY, DENMARK    
Mathilde Højrup and Heather Anne Swanson
USING NATURAL HISTORY IN THE STUDY OF INDUSTRIAL RUINS  
Elaine Gan and Anna Tsing, with Daniel Sullivan 
TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURES AND ARTHROPOD DISPERSAL: ARE HARVESTMEN (OPILIONES) HITCHIKING TO NORTHERN EUROPE?  
Stine Vestbo, Søren Toft, Heather Anne Swanson, Jens M. Olesen, and Peter Funch  
 
LANDSCAPES OF ANTICIPATION OF THE OTHER: ETHNO-ETHOLOGY IN A DEER HUNTING LANDSCAPE
Natalie Forssman and Meredith Root-Bernstein 
WASTELAND ECOLOGIES: UNDOMESTICATION AND MULTISPECIES GAINS ON AN ANTHROPOCENE DUMPING GROUND
Colin Hoag, Filippo Bertoni, and Nils Bubandt  
 
 
ii. Regular submissions
CLASSIFICATION AS NARRATIVE: A RENEWED PERSPECTIVE ON A LONGSTANDING TOPIC IN ETHNOBIOLOGY  
Denise M. Glover
URBAN ALLOTMENT GARDENS IN POLAND: IMPLICATIONS FOR BOTANICAL AND LANDSCAPE DIVERSITY
Piotr Klepacki and Monika Kujawska
WHAT WOMEN KNOW THAT MEN DO NOT KNOW ABOUT CHESTNUT TREES IN TURKEY: A METHOD OF HEARING MUTED KNOWLEDGE
Jeffrey R. Wall, Elif Basak Aksoy, Nesibe Köse, Taner Okan, and Coskun Köse

 

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