Nature conservation in southern Africa : morality and marginality : towards sentient conservation? /

"Nature conservation in southern Africa has always been characterised by an interplay between Capital, specific understandings of Morality, and forms of Militarism, that are all dependent upon the shared subservience and marginalization of animals and certain groups of people in society. Althou...

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Other Authors: Gewald, Jan-Bart (Editor), Spierenburg, Marja (Editor), Wels, Harry, 1961- (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Leiden : Brill, [2019]
Series:African dynamics ; 16.
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction : people, animals, morality, and marginality : reconfiguring wildlife conservation in Southern Africa
  • A cattle-centred history of Southern Africa?
  • Brothers in arms : baboon-human interactions : a Southern African perspective
  • Rewilding white lions : conservation through the eyes of carnivores?
  • National parks, eco-frontiers, and transfrontiersmanship in Southern African conservation
  • Resurrection conservation : the return of the extinct?
  • The emergence and socio-economic impacts of wildlife ranching in South Africa
  • "If it pays, it stays" : the lobby for private wildlife ranching in South Africa
  • Controlling sex and death : on the wildlife trophy industry in South Africa
  • Continued state monopoly and control of community-based natural resource management in Zimbabwe : the case of Hurungwe's CAMPFIRE Programme
  • Poaching : between conservation from below, livelihoods and resistance.