The wake of crows living and dying in shared worlds

The Wake of Crows is an exploration of the entangled lives of humans and crows. Focusing on five key sites, Thom van Dooren asks how we might live well with crows in a changing world

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Van Dooren, Thom, 1980- (Author)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York Columbia University Press [2019]
Series:Critical perspectives on animals.
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Table of Contents:
  • Intro; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Making Worlds with Crows; Experimenting; 1. Interjecting Crows: Enacting Multispecies Communities. Brisbane, Australia; Stealing; 2. Spectral Crows: Conservation and the Work of Inheritance. The Big Island, Hawai'i; Cooperating; 3. Unwelcome Crows: Hospitality in the Anthropocene. Rotterdam, Netherlands; Fumigating; 4. Recognizing Ravens: Becoming Subjects Together. Mojave Desert, United States; Gifting; 5. Provisioning Crows: Cultivating Ecologies of Hope. Rota, Mariana Islands; Afterword: In the Wake of Typhoons; Notes; References