Culture and Conservation: Beyond Anthropocentrism

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  title={Culture and Conservation: Beyond Anthropocentrism},
  author={Nathan Poirier},
  journal={J3ea},
  year={2016},
  volume={18},
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Culture and Conservation: Beyond Anthropocentrism Eleanor Shoreman-Ouimet and Helen Kopnina Routledge, Oxfordshire, UK, 2016 256 pp. $145 hardcover; $54.95 Kindle Reviewed by Nathan PoirierCulture and Conservation: Beyond Anthropocentrism by Eleanor Shoreman-Ouimet and Helen Kopnina is an attempt to help resolve conflicts between the disciplines of conservation and anthropology while preserving the interests of both. Book chapters range widely in topics touching on many ways this could be… 

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