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‘Voluminous’ – Multi-dimensional Territory in the Gobi

By Lauren Bonilla, on 24 October 2017

As part of Cultural Anthropology’s Theorizing the Contemporary series, I have recently published a short, open-access piece, ‘Voluminous‘, that draws on my research on coal mining, dust, and the economy in the Gobi to explore multi-dimensional aspects of territory and sovereignty.  This piece is a part of a collection of interventions, Speaking Volumes, edited by Franck Billé, that bring into dialogue recent anthropological interest in volumetric sovereignty and more-than-human geographies.