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Climate rhetoric: Constructions of climate science in the age of environmentalism
This doctoral thesis analyzes the scientific and political debate about human-induced climate change, popularly known as "global warming," and describes the shaping influence of larger U.S. social dynamics and political ...
Strategic recognition: Watching the state in Shenzhen
Based on three years of ethnographic fieldwork in the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone, People's Republic of China, I offer a reading of Reform and Opening (Gaige Kaifang) in terms of how individuals recognized, manipulated, ...
Violentologists and magistrates: Questions of justice and responses to violence in contemporary Colombia
Colombia is known for being both, Latin America's oldest democracy and the western hemisphere's most violent country where democratic mechanisms coexist with increasingly restricted basic and civil rights, authoritarian ...