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S2E10 - What’s an insect hotel? And other fun tales

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In this episode we discuss our varied experiences of and relationships with nature. We pay particular attention to inter-generational similarities and differences, and geographical/ cultural differences of understandings of nature.

We are joined by Christina Elvira Dahl, a research assistant, and Mathilde Hansson, a student in the Market & Management Anthropology Bachelor’s program, both from the University of Southern Denmark. They share their research on evolving garden practices in Denmark and indigenous strategies for dealing with waste in Hawaii, respectively.

References in this episode:
Douglas, M. (2003). Purity and danger: An analysis of concepts of pollution and taboo. Routledge.

Haraway, D. J. (2013). When species meet. U of Minnesota Press.

Kimmerer, R. (2013). Braiding sweetgrass: Indigenous wisdom, scientific knowledge and the teachings of plants. Milkweed editions.

Canniford, R. and Shankar, A., 2013. Purifying practices: How consumers assemble romantic experiences of nature. Journal of Consumer Research, 39(5), pp.1051-1069.

Kunchamboo, V., Lee, C.K. and Brace-Govan, J., 2017. Nature as extended-self: Sacred nature relationship and implications for responsible consumption behavior. Journal of Business Research, 74, pp.126-132.

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