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Ecological Reparation Repair, Remediation and Resurgence in Social and Environmental Conflict

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By: Dimitris Papadopoulos(Editor), Maria Puig de la Bellacasa(Editor), Maddalena Tacchetti(Editor)
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How do we address the threat of social and environmental destruction while creating and maintaining liveable worlds? Expert scholars from diverse backgrounds unpack the question in this research-oriented, real-world challenges-focused collection. The authors explore practices of repairing damaged ecologies across different locations and geographies and propose innovative ideas for the conservation, mending, care and empowerment of human and non-human ecologies. This ground-breaking collection establishes ecological reparation as an urgent and essential topic of public and scholarly debate.

Contents

Introduction / Dimitris Papadopoulos, Maria Puig De La Bellacasa and Maddalena Tacchetti
Part 1: Depletion: Resurgence Soil Repair Practices As Decolonial Healing? / Naomi Millner
- Equivocal Reparations: The Labor of Sustainability in Extreme Environments / Manuel Tironi

Part 2: Erasing: Listening Time(s) to Listen: A Collection of Asynchronous Experiences / Jaime Patarroyo
- On the Air's Political Ecologies / Nerea Calvillo
- Climate Change and Landscape Futures: Infrastructural Reimagining and the Politics of Repair in Extractive Zones / Patrick Bresnihan

Part 3: Deskilling: Experimenting Pastures for Life: Practices and Affects in the Reconfiguring of Dairy and Beef Farming / Claire Waterton
- Nurturing Capabilities to Reconcile Nature and Infrastructures: DIY Visions, Circular Imagination and Data Ecologies for the Transition to Sustainability / Atsuro Morita
- The Cosmoecological Workshop: Or, How to Philosophise With a Hammer / Martin Savransky

Part 4: Contaminating: Cohabiting Repairing Soils: Mending With Microbes, Plants and Mushrooms / Ursula Munster and Daniel Munster
- Multispecies Mending From Micro to Macro: Microbiomes, Industrial Ecosystems, and Ecologies of Participation / Eleanor Hadley Kershaw
- Conspiring, Drawing Breath Together / Timothy Choy

Part 5: Enclosing: Reclaiming Land Relation, Resistance and Repair: Zapatista Environmental Education and Research / Emma Cardwell
- Agroecology as a Politics of Matter / Andrea Ghelfi
- Nothingness and the Anthropocene/Capitalocene: Absences, Survival, Flourishing / Juan Camilo Cajigas

Part 6: Loss: Recollecting Travelling Memories: Re-Paring the Past in Secure Psychiatric Care / Steve Brown
- The Consolation of Things / Leila Dawney
- Infrastructural Repair: Crafting Reparation and Solidarity in Post-Accord Colombia / Fredy Mora Gamez

Part 7: Representing: Self-Governing Commons-Based Mending Ecology / Doina Petrescu
- Transversal Tales of Mending From a Workers' Recuperated Factory / Marco Checchi
- Affected Streets: Towards a Mongrel-Quiltro Politics / Cristobal Bonelli and Marisol De La Cadena

Part 8: Isolating: Weaving (Un)making Ecologies: Subject-Object Encounters As Practices of the Self / Eliana Sanchez-Aldana
- Paying Attention to Fragility: The Sensible Encounters of Maintenance / Jerome Denis and David Pontille

Part 9: Growth: Flourishing Algorithmic Food Justice / Sara Heitlinger, Lara Houston and Alex Taylor
- Being Affected by Paramo. Maps, Landscape Drawings, and a Risky Science / Santiago Martinez Medina and Alejandra Osejo
- Ordinary Hope / Steven J. Jackson

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Biography

Dimitris Papadopoulos is Professor of Science, Technology and Society and Director of the Institute for Science and Society at the University of Nottingham. Maria Puig de la Bellacasa is Reader in the Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies at the University of Warwick. Maddalena Tacchetti is a Post-Doctoral Research Assistant at the School of Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Nottingham.

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By: Dimitris Papadopoulos(Editor), Maria Puig de la Bellacasa(Editor), Maddalena Tacchetti(Editor)
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