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Knowing Nature : conversations at the intersection of political ecology and science studies /

de Goldman, Mara J.. (edt.) ; Nadasdy, Paul. (edt.) ; Turner, Matthew D. (edt.)
Collation: 1 vol. (367 p.) : ill., cartes, couv. ill. ; 24 cm.Édition: Chicago ; London : University of Chicago Press, cop. 2011.ISBN: 9780226301402 (rel); 0226301400 (rel); 9780226301419 (br); 0226301419 (br).Contenu: Part 1. Introduction / Mara J. Goldman and Matthew D. Turner (p.1-23) -- Production of Environmental Knowledge: Scientists, Complex Natures, and the Question of Agency / Matthew D. Turner (p.25-29) -- 1 Politicizing Environmental Explanations: What Can Political Ecology Learn from Sociology and Philosophy of Science? / Tim Forsyth (p.31-46) -- Debating the Science of Using Marine Turtles: Boundary Work among Species Experts / Lisa M. Campbell (p.47-64) -- Technobiological Imaginaries: How Do Systems Biologists Know Nature? / Joan H. Fujimura (p.65-80) -- Agency, Structuredness, and the Production of Knowledge within Intersecting Processes / Peter J. Taylor (p.81-98) -- Fermentation, Rot, and Other Human-Microbial Performances / Mrill Ingram (p.99-112) -- Ferricrete, Forests, and Temporal Scale in the Production of Colonial Science in Africa / Chris Duvall (p.113-127) -- Part 2. Application of Environmental Knowledge: the Politics of Constructing Society/Nature / Paul Nadasdy (p.129-133) -- We Don’t Harvest Animals; We Kill Them”: Agricultural Metaphors and the Politics of Wildlife Management in the Yukon / Paul Nadasdy (p.135-151) -- Political Violence and Scientific Forestry: Emergencies, Insurgencies, and Counterinsurgencies in Southeast Asia / Peter Vandergeest and Nancy Lee Peluso (p.152-166) -- Spatial-Geographic Models of Water Scarcity and Supply in Irrigation Engineering and Management: Bolivia, 1952–2009 / Karl Zimmerer (p.167-185) -- The Politics of Connectivity across Human-Occupied Landscapes: A Look at Corridors near Nairobi National Park, Kenya / Mara J. Goldman (p.186-202) – Part 3. Circulation of Environmental Knowledge: Networks, Expertise, and Science in Practice / Mara J. Goldman (p.203-208) -- Rooted Networks, Webs of Relation, and the Power of Situated Science: Bringing the Models Back Down to Earth in Zambrana / Dianne Rocheleau (p.209-226) -- Circulating Science, Incompletely Regulating Commodities: Governing from a Distance in Transnational Agro-food Networks / Ryan E. Galt (p.227-243) -- Reclaiming the Technological Imagination: Water, Power, and Place in India / Roopali Phadke (p.244-262) -- Circulating Knowledge, Constructing Expertise / Rebecca Lave (p.263-279) -- Experiments as “Performances”: Interpreting Farmers’ Soil Fertility Management Practices in Western Kenya / Joshua J. Ramisch / (p.280-295) – Conclusion / Matthew D. Turner (p.297-304) – References (p.305-341) – Index (p.345-367)Table des matières / Sommaire: Politicizing environmental explanations: what can political ecology learn from sociology and philosophy of science? / Tim ForsythDebating the science of using marine turtles: boundary work among species experts / Lisa M. CampbellTechnobiological imaginaries: how do systems biologists know nature? / Joan H. FujimuraAgency, structuredness, and the protection of knowledge within intersecting processes / Peter J. TaylorFermentation, rot, and other human-microbial performances / Mrill IngramFerricrete, forests, and temporal scale in the production of colonial science in Africa / Chris Duvall"We don't harvest animals; we kill them": agricultural metaphors and the politics of wildlife management in the Yukon / Paul NadasdyPolitical violence and scientific forestry: emergencies, insurgencies, and counterinsurgencies in southeast Asia / Peter Vandergeest and Nancy Lee PelusoSpacial-geographic models of water scarcity and supply in irrigation engineering and management: Bolivia, 1952-2009 / Karl S. ZimmerThe politics of connectivity across human-occupied landscapes: corridors near Nairobi National Park, Kenya / Mara J. GoldmanRooted networks, webs of relation, and the power of situated science: bringing the models back down to earth in Zambrana / Dianne RocheleauCirculating science, incompletely regulating commodities: governing from a distance in transitional agro-food networks / Ryan E. GaltReclaiming the technological imagination: water, power, and place in India / Roopali PhadkeCirculating knowledge, constructing expertise / Rebecca LaveExperiments as "performances": interpreting farmers' soil fertility management practices in western Kenya / Joshua J. RamischSujet RAMEAU: Écologie Aspect politique | Sciences de l'environnement | Political ecology | Environmental sciencesThématique: Environnement, milieu et ressources naturelles | Théorie et sciences | Politique | Société, modes de vieThématique spécifique: Eau | Biodiversité | Ecologie | Ressources naturelles | Sciences | Politique environnementale | Recherche scientifique | Aménagement et gestion du territoire | Technologie | Production agricole | Développement durable | Savoirs et connaissances | Changement climatique | Développement économique | Relations homme-nature | Pauvreté | AgricultureGéographique: Afrique | Kenya | IndeType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Etats-Unis d'Amériques, Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande du Nord
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Bibliogr. p. 305-341. Index.

Part 1. Introduction / Mara J. Goldman and Matthew D. Turner (p.1-23) -- Production of Environmental Knowledge: Scientists, Complex Natures, and the Question of Agency / Matthew D. Turner (p.25-29) -- 1 Politicizing Environmental Explanations: What Can Political Ecology Learn from Sociology and Philosophy of Science? / Tim Forsyth (p.31-46) -- Debating the Science of Using Marine Turtles: Boundary Work among Species Experts / Lisa M. Campbell (p.47-64) -- Technobiological Imaginaries: How Do Systems Biologists Know Nature? / Joan H. Fujimura (p.65-80) -- Agency, Structuredness, and the Production of Knowledge within Intersecting Processes / Peter J. Taylor (p.81-98) -- Fermentation, Rot, and Other Human-Microbial Performances / Mrill Ingram (p.99-112) -- Ferricrete, Forests, and Temporal Scale in the Production of Colonial Science in Africa / Chris Duvall (p.113-127) -- Part 2. Application of Environmental Knowledge: the Politics of Constructing Society/Nature / Paul Nadasdy (p.129-133) -- We Don’t Harvest Animals; We Kill Them”: Agricultural Metaphors and the Politics of Wildlife Management in the Yukon / Paul Nadasdy (p.135-151) -- Political Violence and Scientific Forestry: Emergencies, Insurgencies, and Counterinsurgencies in Southeast Asia / Peter Vandergeest and Nancy Lee Peluso (p.152-166) -- Spatial-Geographic Models of Water Scarcity and Supply in Irrigation Engineering and Management: Bolivia, 1952–2009 / Karl Zimmerer (p.167-185) -- The Politics of Connectivity across Human-Occupied Landscapes: A Look at Corridors near Nairobi National Park, Kenya / Mara J. Goldman (p.186-202) – Part 3. Circulation of Environmental Knowledge: Networks, Expertise, and Science in Practice / Mara J. Goldman (p.203-208) -- Rooted Networks, Webs of Relation, and the Power of Situated Science: Bringing the Models Back Down to Earth in Zambrana / Dianne Rocheleau (p.209-226) -- Circulating Science, Incompletely Regulating Commodities: Governing from a Distance in Transnational Agro-food Networks / Ryan E. Galt (p.227-243) -- Reclaiming the Technological Imagination: Water, Power, and Place in India / Roopali Phadke (p.244-262) -- Circulating Knowledge, Constructing Expertise / Rebecca Lave (p.263-279) -- Experiments as “Performances”: Interpreting Farmers’ Soil Fertility Management Practices in Western Kenya / Joshua J. Ramisch / (p.280-295) – Conclusion / Matthew D. Turner (p.297-304) – References (p.305-341) – Index (p.345-367)

Politicizing environmental explanations: what can political ecology learn from sociology and philosophy of science? / Tim Forsyth Debating the science of using marine turtles: boundary work among species experts / Lisa M. Campbell Technobiological imaginaries: how do systems biologists know nature? / Joan H. Fujimura Agency, structuredness, and the protection of knowledge within intersecting processes / Peter J. Taylor Fermentation, rot, and other human-microbial performances / Mrill Ingram Ferricrete, forests, and temporal scale in the production of colonial science in Africa / Chris Duvall "We don't harvest animals; we kill them": agricultural metaphors and the politics of wildlife management in the Yukon / Paul Nadasdy Political violence and scientific forestry: emergencies, insurgencies, and counterinsurgencies in southeast Asia / Peter Vandergeest and Nancy Lee Peluso Spacial-geographic models of water scarcity and supply in irrigation engineering and management: Bolivia, 1952-2009 / Karl S. Zimmer The politics of connectivity across human-occupied landscapes: corridors near Nairobi National Park, Kenya / Mara J. Goldman Rooted networks, webs of relation, and the power of situated science: bringing the models back down to earth in Zambrana / Dianne Rocheleau Circulating science, incompletely regulating commodities: governing from a distance in transitional agro-food networks / Ryan E. Galt Reclaiming the technological imagination: water, power, and place in India / Roopali Phadke Circulating knowledge, constructing expertise / Rebecca Lave Experiments as "performances": interpreting farmers' soil fertility management practices in western Kenya / Joshua J. Ramisch

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