Beyond the water-land binary in geography: Water/lands of Bengal re-visioning hybridity
This paper proposes a theoretical approach to hybridity, a flexible or "wet" theory that does not pretend to be universal, that can accommodate flux, and that is contextualised in locational terms and comfortable with empirical facts. More specifically, it argues for reconsideration of one of the foundational binaries, that of land and water, within the rubric of hybrid environments. The paper suggests that it is possible, thinking through the historical production of water/lands, for...[Show more]
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