Amphibious Anthropologies: Living in Wetness

Under conditions of climate change, land is rediscovered to be inseparable from water: part of a floodplain, inundated as a wetland, subjected to tidal flooding, sinking in fragile hydro-geologies, prone to deltaic erosion, transformed in its interaction with water by commodification processes, urban expansion, and technological modification of the landscape. Our research asks how in times of abrupt ecological transformations do we inhabit the increasingly wet realities in which many of us already live, and many more will soon face.

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