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Exploring Unruly Sites of More-than-Human Entanglements

The workshop, which was interdisciplinary from the beginning and ended with a keynote address by human geographer Matthew Gandy on Friday evening, also resonated with related disciplines such as European ethnology and human geography.
The goal of the workshop was both to foster a debate on relational and more-than-human approaches in environmental anthropology, and to test our own methodological approaches in the context of small field trips. The initiated discussions were inspired by a total of 8 contributions, which were divided between two panels on Day 1. Another goal was to strengthen the networking among the members and with other scientists with similar research interests.

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