Episode 5. Drones, birds & the gray in between
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What does mapping feel like? What does it sound like? In our second-to-last episode, Madhuri moves beyond the visual to wrestle with how we might center indigenous ways of knowing, through multi-sensory and multi-species ethnography.

In this episode, you’ll meet anthropologist Sophie Chao and a few others you’ve already encountered earlier in the season - social scientist Micah Fisher, political ecologist Irendra Radjawali and scholar Rini Astuti. We discuss the limitations of modern cartography and what we miss when we privilege the visual above all other perspectives.

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