Antropologi Indonesia


With more and more funds directed to change-related projects, climate change adaptation has since emerged as one of the most powerful development buzzwords, shaping the landscape of development funding and international donors' priority. Against this backdrop, Camelia Dewan’s book “Misreading the Bengal Delta: Climate Change, Development, and Livelihoods in Coastal Bangladesh” poses a fundamental argument that the "reductive climate translation" perpetuated by international donors and development projects marginalizes local voices and exacerbates environmental and societal problems in the Bengal Delta.


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2012 The Technological State in Indonesia: The Co-constitution of High

Technology and Authoritarian Politics. Routledge

Ghosh, A.

2021 The Nutmeg's Curse. University of Chicago Press: Chicago

Ley, L.

2021 Building on Borrowed Time: Rising Seas and Failing Infrastructure in

Semarang. University of Minnesota Press

Malm, A.

2016 Fossil capital: The Rise of Steam Power and the Roots of Global Warming.

Verso Books

Scott, J. C.

1998 Seeing Like a State: How Certain Schemes to Improve the Human

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