Dwelling in the Age of Climate Change: The Ethics of Adaptation [Pehme köide]

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  • Ilmumisaeg: 31-Aug-2019
  • Kirjastus: Edinburgh University Press
  • ISBN-10: 1474452175
  • ISBN-13: 9781474452175
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  • Formaat: Paperback / softback, 224 pages, kõrgus x laius: 234x156 mm
  • Ilmumisaeg: 31-Aug-2019
  • Kirjastus: Edinburgh University Press
  • ISBN-10: 1474452175
  • ISBN-13: 9781474452175
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Explores the complex ethical dilemmas of human mobility in the context of climate change

Currently, adaptation policy for climate change prioritises economic and technological dimensions of governance and action. Now, Elaine Kelly brings continental theory into the conversation to explore the ethical dilemmas stemming from emerging global political crises of migration, displacement and communal relocation related to climate change. She argues that, in the era of anthropocentric climate change, an 'ethos of dwelling' must underpin adaptation practices.
Acknowledgements viii
List of Abbreviations
x
Introduction 1(16)
Exceeding calculation: the ethics of adaptation
1(6)
Dwelling, hospitality and the Other: foreign questions?
7(4)
Mess: cultural theory and its `place'
11(2)
How to read this book
13(4)
Part A
1 The Adaptation Agenda
17(25)
Local Adaptation
19(5)
The climate--development agenda
24(5)
Adaptation: a politics of place
29(3)
The ethical primacy of the local
32(8)
Conclusion: on shaky grounds
40(2)
2 Rethinking Adaptation: An Ethos of Dwelling
42(19)
Dwelling
44(1)
Plight
45(2)
Death
47(1)
Dwelling-with
48(1)
Dwelling and the Other
48(4)
An inviolable home: communal relocation, the Inuit Petition and the `right to a home'
52(6)
Conclusion: deconstructed grounds
58(3)
3 The Mobility Agenda
61(28)
Migration as a mega-trend
63(3)
The mobility agenda
66(5)
Common but Differentiated Responsibility and the climate migrant
71(3)
An Other-oriented human right to mobility
74(3)
An Other-oriented protection agenda for climate migrants
77(5)
Mobility as social transformation
82(3)
Conclusion: contested grounds
85(4)
Part B
4 In and Out of Place: The Case of Bangladesh
89(29)
Welcome
89(4)
Local adaptation: situating climate change
93(2)
A politics of place: land as lifeline
95(4)
The limits of the local
99(3)
Does this require global responsibility? Migration as adaptation
102(8)
In practice: Australia-Bangladesh and the possibility of welcome
110(6)
Conclusion: common grounds
116(2)
5 In and Out of Place: The Case of the Torres Strait Islands, Australia
118(25)
Haunted house
118(3)
Climate impacts in the Torres Strait Islands
121(2)
Local adaptation, local resistance: roots and rights
123(4)
Migration as adaptation
127(2)
Beyond adaptation: relocation in the context of neo-colonialism
129(7)
Hauntology: political autonomy and the future
136(5)
Conclusion: borrowed grounds
141(2)
6 Hitting the Global North: From Crisis to Recovery to Rebuilding?
143(22)
Hard rain
143(2)
The `new normal'
145(7)
Undoing universal vulnerability: domicide and social marginalisation
152(1)
Brisbane, Queensland, 2011: `made of tough stuff
153(5)
Katrina, New Orleans, 2005: `we are not refugees'
158(5)
Resisting domicide
163(1)
Conclusion: groundlessness
164(1)
Conclusion: A Future, Otherwise Than This 165(6)
Notes 171(10)
Bibliography 181(25)
Index 206
Elaine Kelly is an Independent Scholar and writer based in Sydney. She researched and taught in Critical and Cultural Studies for over a decade and completed a Chancellor's Postdoctoral Fellowship at the University of Technology, Sydney in 2015. She has published in Derrida Today, Australian Quarterly and Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies.

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