“What a Seed Becomes: Political Ecology, Expertise, and Agro-Biodiversity in Turkey”
Bio: Caterina Scaramelli is an anthropologist of the environment and science, working at the intersection of anthropology, environmental history, and STS. studied at the London School of Economics, where I obtained a BA in Social Anthropology, and I hold a PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. I am currently a research professor in the Departments of Anthropology and Earth & Environment at Boston University, and I have been a fellow in the Agrarian Studies Program at Yale University, and taught anthropology at Amherst College. Her recent book How to Make a Wetland: Water and Moral Ecology in Turkey came out with Stanford University Press last year.
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