Political Ecology, Critique, and Multiple Ontologies: Musings on the Post-human and Other Environmental Turns
Emily T. Yeh is professor of Geography at CU Boulder. She researches development and nature-society relations in Tibetan parts of the PRC, including the political ecology of pastoralism, vulnerability to climate change, ideologies of nature and nation, and emerging environmental subjectivities. Her book Taming Tibet: Landscape Transformation and the Gift of Chinese Development (Cornell UP 2013), exploring the intersection of political economy and cultural politics of development as a project of state territorialization, was awarded the E. Gene Smith Book Prize on Inner Asia. She also co-edited Mapping Shangrila: Contested Landscapes in the Sino-Tibetan Borderlands (U. Washington Press, 2014).
Emily T. Yeh; Political Ecology, Critique, and Multiple Ontologies: Musings on the Post-human and Other Environmental Turns. English Language Notes 1 March 2017; 55 (1-2): 143–152. doi: https://doi.org/10.1215/00138282-55.1-2.143
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