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The Low‐Wage Conservationist: Biodiversity and Perversities of Value in Madagascar
ABSTRACT  In the early 1990s, donors began to implement “integrated conservation and development projects” (ICDPs) in Madagascar to stem deforestation, develop ecotourism, and promote forestExpand
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Forest and Labor in Madagascar: From Colonial Concession to Global Biosphere
Acknowledgments A Word on the Orthography and Pronunciation 1. Geographies of Borrowed Time 2. Overland on Foot, Aloft: An Anatomy of the Social Structure 3. Land and Languor: On What Makes Good WorkExpand
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Forced and Forest Labor Regimes in Colonial Madagascar, 1926-1936
This article centers on labor in Madagascar and the ways in which colonial labor regimes have shaped forest conservation efforts. During the interwar period, the French colonial state launched twoExpand
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Land and languor: ethical imaginations of work and forest in northeast Madagascar
Since the early twentieth century, the practice of slash‐and‐burn agriculture by Betsimisaraka subsistence farmers of eastern Madagascar, and their reluctance to engage in wage labor processes, haveExpand
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Zoonotic Semiotics: Plague Narratives and Vanishing Signs in Madagascar.
  • G. Sodikoff
  • History, Medicine
  • Medical anthropology quarterly
  • 1 March 2019
Zoonosis calls for a multispecies approach to medical semiotics, a method involving the decipherment of outward symptoms and the construction of narrative. In Madagascar, early detection of bubonicExpand
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Multispecies epidemiology and the viral subject
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The Plague of Inequality in Madagascar