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Episode 1117

Colonialism, capitalism and Karuk land.

Jan 23

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Kari Marie Norgaard

On indigenous land management, and a space beyond colonialism.

Sociologist Kari Marie Norgaard explores the relationship between the Karuk people and the land of the Klamath Basin, and explains what indigenous ecological management reveals about nature and ourselves and the blindspots of a colonialist perspective on a precarious planet up against the limits of growth and accumulation.

Kari is author of Salmon and Acorns Feed Our People: Colonialism, Nature, and Social Action from Rutgers University Press.

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