Monthly Archives: May 2015

Global food connections

In Brita Brenna’s paper ‘the market’ was analysed as an important context for the development of a particular understanding of ‘nature’. But the relation can be easily reversed: the market does not only help make sense of nature, it also … Continue reading

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Postcolonial contexting

What does ‘context’ stand for, when we talk about a postcolonial context? How do contexts work, and how can history contribute to a better understanding of that work? These are some of the questions we will discuss with Linda Madsen, … Continue reading

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