|aReimagining political ecology /|cedited by Aletta Biersack and James B. Greenberg.
|aDurham :|bDuke University Press,|c2006.
|ax, 419 p., 8 p. of plates :|bill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ;|c24 cm.
|aNew ecologies for the twenty-first century
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. -406) and index.
|apt. 1. Beyond modernist ecologies. Equilibrium theory and interdisciplinary borrowing : A comparison of old and new ecological anthropologies / Michael R. Dove -- Nature and society in the age of postmodernity / Gisli Palsson -- pt. 2. Constructing and appropriating nature. Ecopolitics through ethnography : The cultures of Finland's forest-nature / Eeva Berglund -- The political ecology of fisheries in the Upper Gulf of California / James B. Greenberg -- "But the young men don't want to farm any more" : Political ecology and consumer culture in Belize / Richard Wilk -- Properties of nature, properties of culture : Ownership, recognition, and the politics of nature in a Papua New Guinea society / Joel Robbins -- pt. 3. Ethnographies of nature. Progress of the victims : Political ecology in the Peruvian Amazon / Soren Hvalkof -- Red river, green war : The politics of place along the Porgera River / Aletta Biersack -- Between politics and poetics : Narratives of dispossession in Sarawak, East Malaysia / J. Peter Brosius -- pt. 4. Between nature and culture. Rappaport's rose : Structure, agency, and historical contingency in ecological anthropology / J. Stephen Lansing, John Schoenfelder, and Vernon Scarborough.
|aGreenberg, James B.
|3Table of contents only|uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0611/2006011045.html