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New podcast: The humanness of humanity has a history

In the 9th episode of PUAN podcast, co-host Saumya Pandey interviews anthropologist Mark Goodale on the history of human rights.

New Publication: Ethnic Violence in Sri Lanka: Politics of Sinhala-Tamil Tensions

Co-authored by Amit Ranjan, this chapter looks at claims to genocide in the context of the civil war between the LTTE and the Sri Lankan government.

New Special Issue in Territory, Politics, Governance: Transnational Assemblages and Security Knowledges.

This Special Issue focuses on the notion of transnational security assemblages as central to understanding multiscalar processes of security knowledge production.

New media contribution: Climate Change and false hope (Kathmandu Post)

Narrowing climate change to hope leads to the denial of the sickening and sinking emotions that the landscapes are already experiencing.

New Publication: The Geopolitics of Green Colonialism Global Justice and Ecosocial Transitions

This upcoming book, co-edited by CRG's Mary Ann Manahan, provides a platform for the voices that have been conspicuously absent in debates around energy and climate in the Global North.

New Publication: Understanding Conservation Conflicts in Uganda: A Political Ecology of Memory Approach

This paper introduces a political ecology of vernacular memory to discuss the Basongora people's vernacular memories of their historical dispossession to create the Queen Elizabeth National Park (QENP) in Uganda.

New Publication: Grandmother-inclusive intergenerational approaches: the missing piece of the puzzle for ending FGM/C by 2030?

This brief argues that “grandmother-exclusionary bias” represents a major obstacle to eradication of these practices.

New Publication: Faire face aux transformations des terrains: retours sur des expériences contrastées

This dialogue between researchers from different generations, statuses, genders, institutions, nationalities and countries looks back on contrasting and even opposing experiences, showing that, for them, there is no unequivocal link between political contexts and research activities.

New Special Issue: Locating sand

This special issue in the Extractive Industries and Society organised together with Melissa Marschke and Jean-François Rousseau aims to provide a jumping-off point towards both empirically and conceptually sophisticated work on sand.

New Publication: Why time matters for understanding the ASM-LSM nexus in south-eastern Democratic Republic of Congo

This article advocates an approach which pays more attention to issues of time and temporality in places where large-scale forms of mineral extraction clash with small-scale ones.