Animals, Plants, People, and Things: A Review of Multispecies Ethnography
This article defines multispecies ethnography and links this scholarship to broader currents within academia, including in the biosciences, philosophy, political ecology, and animal welfare activism. The article is organized around a set of productive tensions identified in the review of the literature. It ends with a discussion of the “ethnographic” in multispecies ethnography, urging ethnographers to bring a “speculative wonder” to their mode of inquiry and writing.
Ogden, L.A., W. Hall, K. Tanita. 2013. Animals, Plants and People: A Review of Multispecies Ethnography. Environment & Society 4: 5-24. DOI: 10.3167/ares.2013.040102
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