New journal article – Disrupting landscape: Enacting zones of socio-material entanglement for alternative futures

A new journal article Disrupting landscape: Enacting zones of socio-material entanglement for alternative futures authored by Centre member Amelia Hine compares human and feral animal capacities to transform mining landscapes and proposes distributed agency as a less exclusionary methodological alternative to traditional closure planning.  Amelia draws on data from her PhD fieldwork at Leigh Creek, South Australia’s only coal mine.  The article has been published by the Journal of The Extractive Industries and Society.

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