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Militarizing the EnvironmentClimate Change and the Security State$
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Robert P. Marzec

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780816697229

Published to Minnesota Scholarship Online: September 2016

DOI: 10.5749/minnesota/9780816697229.001.0001

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Inhabitancy, Custom Law, and the Landless

Inhabitancy, Custom Law, and the Landless

From Enclosures to Energy Security

(p.79) 2 Inhabitancy, Custom Law, and the Landless
Militarizing the Environment

Robert P. Marzec

University of Minnesota Press

Chapter Two offers a substantive genealogy of environmentality specifically in relation to the enclosure movements and common law’s erasure of “inhabitancy” as a viable form of human subjectivity. It explores how the recent resistance efforts of the indigenous of the Amazon and the Brazilian Landless Workers Movement offer modern-day forms of inhabitancy that counter the discourse of environmentality.

Keywords:   Enclosures, Environmentality, Inhabitancy, Brazilian Landless Workers Movement, Amazon, Indigenous, Common Law

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