Neoliberalism, Conservation and Displacement

Current Conservation 3(3), special issue ~ Neoliberal biodiversity conservation: displaced and disobedient knowledge

Displaced and disobedient knowledge

The elephant in the room?

Maps and memory, rights and relationships

Folk and formal, local and national

How sustainable is the communalising discourse of ‘new’ conservation?

Dissent or libel in resistance to a conservancy in north-west Namibia

Gender, ethnographic myths and conservation

Food gathering by Damara herders and conservation in arid north-west Namibia

Natural resources: use, a ccess, tenure and management, east and southern Africa

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