• Anthropology exposes how miners shape our world and our views …

     · Anthropology exposes how miners shape our world and our views of it October 29, 2014 11.08pm EDT Sally Babidge, ... For example, the gold mine dumps 58 million tonnes of tailings per year into the ...

  • An Integrated Assessment Approach to Address Artisanal and Small-Scale Gold Mining …

     · Artisanal and small-scale gold mining (ASGM) is growing in many regions of the world including Ghana. The problems in these communities are complex and multi-faceted. To help increase understanding of such problems, and to enable consensus-building and

  • Mining, Environments and the role of Anthropologists #economics …

     · Mining, Environments and the role of Anthropologists #economics. The continued economic and ecological crises of recent years have again shown how economists and international leaders have overestimated the ability of markets to expand and self-regulate. In a finite world, dominated by a social imaginary of infinite progress and magically ...

  • Gold Mining Machinery: Its Selection, Arrangement, And Installation

    Gold Mining Machinery: Its Selection, Arrangement, And Installation an essay, professors expect you to follow the specifics of that type of essay. Gold Mining Machinery: Its Selection, Arrangement, And Installation However, regardless of the essay type or the specific requirements of your instructor, each essay should start with a hook.

  • The World''s Oldest Mercury Poisoning Victims Found In 5000-Year-Old Mining …

     · The exploitation of these deposits began in the Neolithic, 7,000 years ago. By the beginning of the Copper Age, around 5,000 years ago, the cinnabar became a product of great social value, with a ...

  • Gold Matters

    Gold Matters: Sustainability Transformations in Artisanal and Small-scale Gold Mining: A Multi-Actor and Trans-Regional Perspective.This project explores whether a transformative approach towards sustainability can arise in Artisanal and Smallscale Gold Mining (ASGM). Supporting the livelihoods of millions of people in low and lower middle ...

  • Shifting Livelihoods: Gold Mining and Subsistence in the Chocó, …

     · General Anthropology Bulletin of the General Anthropology Division Journal for the Anthropology of North America ... Shifting Livelihoods: Gold Mining and Subsistence in the Chocó, Colombia by Daniel Tubb Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2020, ...

  • Market Anthropology: Mining for Gold

     · Saturday, January 18, 2014 Mining for Gold Here''s another update of our Value Trap series that contrasts the precious metals miners with the biggest value trap of the previous cycle – the financials. Broadly speaking, the comparative looked at how a derivative sector capitulates – relative to its denominating backdrop. While we had been fervently bearish on the precious …

  • International Journal of Sociology and Anthropology

    Key words: Small-scale mining, gold miners, women, poverty. International Journal of Sociology and Anthropology - gender and labour force inequality in small-scale gold mining in ghana This paper explores the underlying elements of gender inequality pertinent to women in the small-scale gold mining sector in Ghana drawing inference from a case study of the Tarkwa …

  • Mining Encounters

    Contributing to policy debates, Mining Encounters uncovers the tensions, negotiations and disparities between different actors in the extractive industries, including exploiters and those who benefit or are impoverished by resource exploitation. Robert Jan Pijpers holds a PhD in Social Anthropology from the University of Oslo.

  • Liminal Anthropology...: A History of Gold Mining Technology in California and Subsequent Impacts on Natural Resources

     · This post explores the evolution of gold mining technology in California, and the negative repercussions for indigenous uses of natural resources. First, I have provided an exploration of the different techniques used by California placer miners, and their subsequent effects on the environment.

  • Mining, Environments and the role of Anthropologists …

     · Mining, Environments and the role of Anthropologists #economics. The continued economic and ecological crises of recent years have again shown how economists and international leaders have overestimated the ability of markets to expand and self-regulate. In a finite world, dominated by a social imaginary of infinite progress and magically ...

  • Mining and Indigenous Peoples | Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Anthropology

     · The relationship between mining and Indigenous people has always been complex. At the most basic level, this stems from the conflicting relationship that miners and Indigenous people have to the land and resources that are the focus of extractive activities, or what Marx would call the different relations to the means of production.

  • Giacomo Tabacco | Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca

    (I have completed my Ph.D. in anthropology at the University of Milano-Bicocca in 2017. My doctoral research is an ethnography of gold mining work in the post-disaster society of Aceh, Indonesia. In 2015 I co-authored REZEKI: gold and stones mining in Aceh, an ...

  • The Earth Is Hungry: Amerindian Worlds and the Perils of Gold Mining …

     · In this article, I show how Andean migrant gold miners in the Peruvian Amazon contend with the disposability of their life and labor. I describe how miners forge a middle ground, a space where Amerindian worlds adapt to shifting political situations and divergent ways of experiencing the world simultaneously exist.

  • Lauren Coyle Rosen''s new book: "Fires of Gold" | Anthropology…

    Lauren Coyle Rosen''s new book: "Fires of Gold". Wednesday, Apr 22, 2020. Fires of Gold: Law, Spirit, and Sacial Labor in Ghana is a powerful ethnography of the often shrouded cultural, legal, political, and spiritual forces governing the gold mining industry in Ghana, one of Africa''s most celebrated democracies.

  • Anthropology exposes how miners shape our world and our …

     · Anthropology exposes how miners shape our world and our views of it October 29, 2014 11.08pm EDT Sally Babidge, ... For example, the gold mine dumps 58 million tonnes of tailings per year into the ...

  • The Anthropology of Precious Minerals

     · The Anthropology of Precious Minerals addresses the entanglement of humans and minerals, with a particular focus on the practices of scrappers, miners, and hunters as they work to extract value. The editors draw from history, archaeology, and ethnography, and remind us that "preciousness" must always be understood in relation to complex cultural, political-economic, …

  • Elizabeth Emma Ferry | Brandeis University

    Elizabeth Emma Ferry. Economic anthropology, mining and resources, anthropology of finance, materiality. My interests lie in mining, value, finance, and materiality, with special focus on Mexico, Colombia, and the U.S.. I am currently writing a book on gold as a physical substance in mining and finance. At Brandeis, I teach courses in economic ...

  • Mining and Anthropology in Indian Industrialism | SpringerLink

    Mining anthropology Industrialism Ethnography of mining Industrial anthropology Tribal Indigenous Chronological approach Displacement Migrant labour This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access.

  • Mining | Cambridge Encyclopedia of Anthropology

    Mining | National Geographic Society

  • Mining | National Geographic Society

    Mining is the process of extracting useful materials from the earth. Some examples of substances that are mined include coal, gold, or iron ore on ore is the material from which the metal iron is produced. The process of mining dates back to prehistoric times. times.

  • Jessica Smith | Colorado School of Mines

    About. As an anthropologist, Professor Smith''s research interests focus around public accountability and engineering, with a particular focus on the mining and energy industries. She spent her 2018 sabbatical as a British Academy Visiting Fellow in the Department of Social Anthropology at the University of St. Andrews (Scotland).

  • Mining: Anthropological Perspectives | Annual Review of Anthropology

    Resource Wars: The Anthropology of Mining Chris Ballard and Glenn Banks Annual Review of Anthropology The Anthropology of Mining: The Social and Environmental Impacts of Resource Extraction in the Mineral Age Jerry K. Jacka Annual Review of

  • Mining | Cambridge Encyclopedia of Anthropology

     · This post explores the evolution of gold mining technology in California, and the negative repercussions for indigenous uses of natural resources. First, I have provided an exploration of the different techniques used by California placer miners, and their subsequent effects on the environment.

  • Resource Wars: The Anthropology of Mining

    RESOURCE WARS 289 mining operations (often the result of considerable external pressure), allowing for the incorporation of local communities as key players in many of these resource developments (Vanclay & Bronstein 1995, OTaircheallaigh 1999). The introduc

  • Mining: Anthropological Perspectives | Annual Review of …

    Resource Wars: The Anthropology of Mining Chris Ballard and Glenn Banks Annual Review of Anthropology The Anthropology of Mining: The Social and Environmental Impacts of Resource Extraction in the Mineral Age Jerry K. Jacka Annual Review of

  • Understanding small-scale gold mining practices: An …

    Artisanal and small-scale gold mining in the Amazonian countries has undergone important technological improvements in recent decades. Nevertheless, this type of mining is largely associated with the use of rudimentary, low-tech and often …

  • The Ah Heng Mining Complex

     · This is usually conducted using had tools such as shovels, picks, and pans. After gold is discovered, more complex equipment and techniques are used to recover the gold in the rich alluvial deposits. As you continue the tour you will see some of the tools and equipment recovered from the Ah Heng mining complex.

  • Mining''s Impact on Environmental and Human Health: A Case Study of Ramba County''s Gold Mine …

    This research project aims to gain a greater understanding of the health implications that Ramba County''s goldmine has on miners, their families, and the environment. While this study observes the community-at-large, inclusive of visiting miners and extended family members of workers, it will focus on women who engage in artisanal and small-scale gold mining (ASGM). Millions of …

  • Corpus: Mining the Border | Society for Cultural Anthropology

     · This review of "Corpus: Mining the Border" is written for the launch of the Photo Essays section of the Cultural Anthropology website. On the one hand, I am encouraged by this initiative and honored to be a part of this inaugural conversation.

  • Calibre Mining Corp. | Management Team

    VP, Human Capital. Jason Gregg has more than 20 years of experience as a human resources professional and joined the Calibre Mining team on November 1, 2019. Mr. Gregg was most recently Executive Vice President, Human Resources for Alio Gold. He holds a BBA (1995) and a MBA (2000) from Simon Fraser University.

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