Introduction Chapter 1: The Politics of ''Wilderness'': The Nature/Culture Dualism Revisited Chapter 2: Economics and the Making of ''Natural Resources'' Chapter 3: Re-entangling the Material and the Discursive: Quantum Physics and Agential Realism Chapter 4: The Spirit of the Gift in the Peruvian Andes: Yarqa Aspiy in Quispillacta Chapter 5: Supersessionism and the Teaching of Agronomy in Peru Chapter 6: Dancing with the Mountain in the Altiplano: The Festival of the Ispallas Chapter 7: The State and Feminist Missionizing in Bolivia (with Loyda Sanchez) Chapter 8: Beyond Absolute Time and Space: From Representation to Performativity in Rituals Chapter 9: Fair Trade and the Possibility of Biocultural Regeneration Epilogue: Performing the Lessons Learned Appendix Bibliography
Frederique Apffel-Marglin is Professor Emerita of Anthropology at Smith College and the Founder/Director of Sachamama Center, a nonprofit organization in the Peruvian High Amazon (http://www.centrosachamama.org).
"Subversive Spiritualities is a tour de force of the kind that can only be produced by a mature scholar with tremendous interdisciplinary range and rich, real-world experience. Unceasingly provocative and wonderfully written, it deserves a wide reading by anyone interested how we might rekindle intimacy and reciprocity with nature."--Bron Taylor, author of Dark Green Religion: Nature Spirituality and the Planetary Future