Posthuman rights struggles and environmentalisms from below in the political ontologies of Ecuador and Colombia (2021)
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CitationJefferson D, Coombe R (2021). Posthuman rights struggles and environmentalisms from below in the political ontologies of Ecuador and Colombia. Journal of Human Rights and the Environment. 12(2). 177-204.
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Keywordspolitical ontology; posthuman legalities; territorialization; rights of nature; biocultural rights; collective rights; indigenous life projects; multispecies ethnography
ANZSRC Fields of Research48 - Law and legal studies::4803 - International and comparative law::480307 - International humanitarian and human rights law
48 - Law and legal studies::4802 - Environmental and resources law::480203 - Environmental law
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