Diana Bocarejo’s research weaves together political and legal anthropology with the socioenvironmental. She analyzes everyday practices and local forms of environmental care as crucial forms of water governance. Her work is shaped in interdisciplinary teams with biologists, lawyers, engineers, and artists; her main contribution focuses on analyzing the quests to promote “living waters” by fishermen along the Río Magdalena in Colombia.

Michael Chrobok is a PhD candidate in the Department of Geography & Planning at the University of Toronto. His research interests include urban food accessibility, gentrification and food environment change, municipal food policy and governance, and the impacts of programs designed to incentivize supermarket development in underserved neighborhoods.

Joe Clifford is a PhD student at the Australian National University in the School of Archaeology and Anthropology. He completed his MA at the University of Auckland in development studies. His research focuses on the convergence of politics and culture...

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