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Dr Penelope Anthias - all publications

Authored book

  • Anthias, P. (2018). Limits to Decolonization: Indigeneity, Territory, and Hydrocarbon Politics in the Bolivian Chaco. Cornell University Press.

Chapter in book

  • Anthias, P. (2012). Regulación ambiental de los hidrocarburs en el Campo Margarita, Tarija. In Jamás Tan Cerca Arremetió lo Lejos: Inversiones Extraterritoriales, Crisis Ambiental, y Acción Colectiva en América Latina. Peralta, P. & Hollenstein, P. Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar, Rimisp, Ediciones La Tierra. 51-88.
  • Anthias, Penelope (2012). Territorializing Resource Conflicts in “Post-Neoliberal” Bolivia: Hydrocarbon Development and Indigenous Land Titling in TCO Itika Guasu. In New Political Spaces in Latin American Natural Resource Governance. Haarstad, H. Palgrave MacMillan. 129-153.

Journal Article

  • Anthias, Penelope (2021). Rethinking territory and property in indigenous land claims. Geoforum 119: 268-278.
  • Anthias, P. (2019). Ambivalent cartographies: exploring the legacies of indigenous land titling through participatory mapping. Critique of Anthropology 39(2): 222-242.
  • Anthias, Penelope (2018). Indigenous Peoples and the New Extraction: From Territorial Rights to Hydrocarbon Citizenship in the Bolivian Chaco. Latin American Perspectives 45(5): 136.
  • Anthias, Penelope (2017). Ch’ixi landscapes: Indigeneity and capitalism in the Bolivian Chaco. Geoforum 82: 268.
  • Anthias, Penelope & Radcliffe, Sarah A. (2015). The ethno-environmental fix and its limits: Indigenous land titling and the production of not-quite-neoliberal natures in Bolivia. Geoforum 64: 257.

Book review

  • Anthias, Penelope (2019). Limits to decolonization: Indigeneity, territory, and hydrocarbon politics in the Bolivian Chaco. Human Geography 12(3): 57-58.