Marzia Mauriello The research on Campania was born with the intention to detect the strategies of resistance "from below" implemented in response to the disasters and environmental devastation that occurred in the region that have made sadly known the lands of some areas of what was once Campania Felix. The strategies [...]
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Her research... Resistance practices and valorisation processes in Campania Marzia Mauriello is a research fellow in demoethnoanthropological disciplines at the University of Naples "L'Orientale" and lecturer in Medical Anthropology at the University of Magna Græcia in Catanzaro. He is involved in gender studies and anthropology of food and for [...]
Donatella Carboni In Italy, two acts regulate the conservation of natural environment: Act no. 979/1982 on the sea defense and Act no. 394/1991 on protected areas. Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) and National Parks (NP) are considered one of the most effective tools in promoting the preservation and conservation of the [...]
Her research... Uses and conflicts in the Asinara National Park Donatella Carboni is Associate Professor in Geography at the University of SASSARI, after obtaining a doctorate of research in Environmental Geography at the University La Sapienza of Rome. In recent years it has been interested in the integrated management [...]
Her research... Puzzle: visual research in the industrialized territories of Sicily Chiara Scardozzi is a PhD in Ethno-Antropological Disciplines at the University of Rome "La Sapienza" and a lecturer at various Italian universities. Since 2009 he has been working between Italy and Latin America where he develops his research activity, [...]
Chiara Scardozzi You can look at the piece of a puzzle for three days in a row believing that you know everything about its configuration and its color, without having taken the slightest step forward: only the possibility of connecting that piece to other pieces counts. (G. Perec "Life, instructions for [...]
The eco-political earthquake of late extractivism in the isthmus of Tehuantepec (Mexico) from the point of view of the ikoots. That is, to continue to be ikoots between resistance, alienation and abandonmentadmin2019-10-13T17:12:32+00:00
Cristiano Tallè Cristiano Tallè is engaged in Mexico, in the indigenous ikoots/huave community of San Mateo del Mar (Isthmus of Tehuantepec), from where he has been carrying out research for about 20 years. Within the framework of the PRIN Ecofrizioni dell'Antropocene, his research is aimed at documenting and analysing the discursive modalities and [...]
Maurizio Gnerre Maurizio Gnerre has been working in Ecuador, in the Amazon region of Morona-Santiago, with indigenous Shuar communities, where he has been carrying out research for over fifty years. On the basis of his deep knowledge of the context and of the indigenous Shuar language, his research will be aimed at documenting [...]
Flavia G. Cuturi On the Mexican front of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, the research will be articulated in a context already deeply known by the scholar, around those aspects of the 'socio-environmental frictions' that the indigenous community ikoots has found itself dramatically facing: The 'invasion' of wind farms and the new [...]
Flavia G. Cuturi In the first context we want to historically reconstruct the nationalist imagery of Ecuador, which represents itself as an 'Amazonian Nation'. Ecuador is the only Andean state that identifies itself with the forest (47% of the national surface), recently highlighting the indigenous peoples who live there (first of [...]