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Becoming 'Wild' at the Intersection of Knowledges : Coffee Rust Crisis in Costa Rica
(Taylor & Francis, 2019-08-18)
This article explores the relationship between visualism, practice and knowledge through the specific case of the 2012–2013 coffee rust-epidemic and its repercussions among small-scale coffee farmers in Turrialba, Costa ...
Mahishi's rage: Communitas and protest at Sabarimala, Kerala
In September 2018, the Supreme Court of India lifted the ban on females of menstrual age entering the sacred site to Lord Ayyappan at Sabarimala in the Indian state of Kerala. Violent protests, for and against, engulfed ...
Liminality and the asylum process in Switzerland
The process of turning asylum seekers into refugees involves a complex management and bureaucratic machinery that often creates prolonged periods of uncertainty (social, legal and economic) as people are reclassified and ...
«Min haplogruppe» - Biologi, slektskap og kulturell identitet i lys av genetisk genealogi
Artikkelen omhandler genetisk genealogi, det vil si genetisk testing som gjør det mulig for slektsgranskere å spore «opprinnelse» i historisk og førhistorisk tid. Jeg drøfter hvordan de tre vanligste metodene som tilbys – ...
Within and Beyond the Law: The Ethics of Collective Action in Urban Markets, Peru
(Taylor & Francis, 2019)
This article focuses on collective action and leadership in processes of (in)formalizing market work. It examines ways in which semi-legal actors employ ‘modes of administration’ and suggests that market leaders enact a ...
The Care/Security Nexus of the Humanitarian Border: Assisted Return in Norway
While Assisted Return and deportation are frequently viewed as two different return policies, the first represented as humanitarian and the latter as enforcement, this article argues that there is a continuum between these ...