List of figures

Fig. 4.1 Overhead light detail (photograph by the authors)

Fig. 4.2 ‘Birchbark’ enclosure at ground-level restaurant (photograph by the authors)

Fig. 4.3 Wolf Moon floor inlay (photograph by the authors)

Fig. 4.4 Wolf at entrance to Wolf’s Den (photograph by the authors)

Fig. 4.5 Wombi Rock overview (photograph by the authors)

Fig. 4.6 Wombi Rock detail (photograph by the authors)

Fig. 4.7 ‘Fish baskets’ lamp feature (photograph by the authors)

Fig. 4.8 Deer wall sconce (photograph by the authors)

Fig. 4.9 Waterfall and escalators (photograph by Eric Sun)

Fig. 4.10 Hall of the Lost Tribes (photograph by the authors)

Fig. 4.11 Deerskin image of cooking pot over fire (photograph by the authors)

Fig. 4.12 Chihuly pillar (photograph by the authors)

Fig. 4.13 Exterior shot of Mohegan Sun (photograph by JJBers)

Fig. 5.1 Autism Theatre Initiative ‘fidget toy’ (photograph by the authors)

Fig. 5.2 Ticketholders queuing for a performance of Matilda (photograph by the authors)

Fig. 5.3 Audience members settling into their seats before the performance (photograph by the authors)

Fig. 8.1 ‘Welcome’ sign over the start of the South leg of the Interoceanic Road, from Cusco all the way to São Paulo in Brazil (photograph by the author)

Fig. 8.2 Traffic(king) of people and things along the Interoceanic Road (photograph by the author)

Fig. 8.3 Map of road integration, Peru–Brazil (Peruvian Ministry of Transportation and Communication)

Fig. 8.4 Gold ‘changing’ – burning the mercury to leave pure gold; a highly toxic procedure (photograph by the author)

Fig. 8.5 Transport in the gold mines; mercury turns the rainforest landscape into desert (photograph by the author)

Fig. 8.6 Regional Peruvian health team performing rapid HIV/AIDS tests anonymously for sex-workers and gold miners in rainforest mining camps, pictured here outside a brothel (photograph by the author)

Fig. 8.7 Peruvian Army extracting illegal gold miners from a rainforest conservation area (photograph by the author, with permission of Peruvian environmental engineers)

Fig. 9.1 Gender neutral body map (produced and made freely available by FORGE –

Fig. 9.2 The anthropologist’s rendering of a marked body map, in which injuries are indicated in red (image produced by the author)

Fig. 10.1 ‘It’s meal time!’ announces the nurse holding a bag of artificial nutrition, while family and friends look on (HELPMAN! Vol. 1, Riki Kusaka, Japan: Asahi Shimbun Publications, 2015)

Fig. 10.2 The patient’s daughter is shocked when her father’s eyes open when he is given food (HELPMAN! Vol. 1, Riki Kusaka, Japan: Asahi Shimbun Publications, 2015)

Fig. 10.3 About three-quarters of older people in Japan with care needs are cared for primarily by family members, one-third of whom are men (photograph by the author)

Fig. 14.1 Excerpt from the film Swamp Dialogues where Nelson catches the big fish (copyright the author)

Fig. 14.2 Excerpt from the film Swamp Dialogues reflecting on the position of the ethnographer in the field (copyright the author)

Fig. 14.3 Excerpt from the film Swamp Dialogues where we walk the cattle (copyright the author)

Fig. 14.4 Excerpt from the film Swamp Dialogues in which we accompany fishermen in winter time (copyright the author)

Fig. 16.1 Table of Contents for Second Chances

Fig. 16.2 Jenipher Twebaze listening to an interlocutor’s story (photograph by the author with permission from Jenipher)

Fig. 16.3 Second Chances: Surviving AIDS in Uganda (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2014)

Fig. 17.1 Map of the Chao Phraya delta (Ishii 1978, p. 219, with permission from Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University,

Fig. 17.2 Houses along the Noi River (photograph by the author)

Fig. 17.3 Sluice gate and water hyacinths, Chao Phraya delta (photograph by the author)

Fig. 19.1 Humpback whitefish (illustration by Zoe Todd, 2015)

Fig. 19.2 Lake trout (illustration by Zoe Todd, 2015)

Fig. 19.3 Arctic Char (illustration by Zoe Todd, 2015)

Fig. 27.1 Two women walk through the Kimsacocha wetland slated for gold mining; in Quechua, Kimsacocha means ‘three lakes’ (photograph by Kléver Calle)

Fig. 27.2 In the Azuay province of Ecuador, Andean peasant farmland relies upon the Irquis river, fed by upland streams where a gold mine has been proposed (photograph by the author)

Fig. 27.3 Where the Irquis river runs through the parishes of Victoria del Portete and Tarqui, large landowners, including the hacienda pictured here, have predominant access to irrigation water (photograph by the author)

Fig. 27.4 Riot police confront peasant women blocking the Pan-American Highway in a protest against a proposed gold mine (photograph by the author)

Fig. 27.5 A women’s group member holds a picket sign attached to stalks of maize reading ‘This is produced with healthy water no contamination’ (photograph by the author)

Fig. 27.6 Peasants organised by the communal water boards converge upon the city of Cuenca to march against legislation that would permit mining in upland watersheds (photograph by the author)

Fig. 27.7 The Defensoras enact a refusal to speak and eat in protest against the criminalisation of CNDVS activists; the yellow sign reads ‘Down with the fascist and repressor government in service of imperialist miners’ (photograph by the author)