Introduction: Auto‐Anthropocenes

  title={Introduction: Auto‐Anthropocenes},
  author={Patrick Laviolette and Tatiana Argounova‐Low},
  journal={Social Anthropology},
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Heterotopia of the road: driving and drifting in Siberia
Cultivating the “car state”: a culturally sensitive analysis of car-centric discourses and mobility cultures in Southern Germany
Abstract Concepts of “mobility cultures” are gaining traction in mobility research and policy across Europe. This article initially examines and synthesizes existing empirical and conceptual work on
Energy Intensity and Human Mobility after the Anthropocene
After the Anthropocene, human settlements will likely have less available energy to move people and things. This paper considers the feasibility of five modes of transportation under two
The value of monitoring wildlife roadkill
The number of wildlife-vehicle collisions has an obvious value in estimating the direct effects of roads on wildlife, i.e. mortality due to vehicle collisions. Given the nature of the data—species
Introduction: Skilled mediations
  • C. Grasseni, Thorsten Gieser
  • Sociology, Business
    Social anthropology : the journal of the European Association of Social Anthropologists = Anthropologie sociale
  • 2019
In this special section, we conceptualise ‘Skilled mediations’ to examine the following questions from several ethnographic perspectives: How do skills and media interact, enable and limit our
The fitness of persons in the landscape: isolation, belonging and emergent subjects in rural Ireland
The concept of isolation has dogged anthropological studies of rural Ireland. This paper re-conceptualises isolation through ethnographic work undertaken on the minibusses run by Rural Transport