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Turning Trash into Treasure: Shadow Economies and Uninvited Ecologies in Southwest China

by Adam Liebman

Event Details

Date
Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Time
1 p.m.
Description
This talk traces entanglements between excess matter and marginalized people in (post-)socialist southwest China. Out of these entanglements, life sustaining relations are often made athwart shifting plantation regimes of production as well as waste management regimes of containment and waste reutilization. I move between practices of making new worlds out of proliferating garbage in Kunming City and the contested relations which extend out from rubber tree plantation excesses in southern Yunnan
Cost
Free

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