Jim Igoe
Jim Igoe
University of Virginia, Department of Anthropology
Verified email at virginia.edu
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Parks and peoples: the social impact of protected areas
P West, J Igoe, D Brockington
Annu. Rev. Anthropol. 35, 251-277, 2006
15002006
Nature unbound: conservation, capitalism and the future of protected areas
D Brockington, R Duffy, J Igoe
Earthscan, 2008
9512008
Neoliberal conservation: a brief introduction
J Igoe, D Brockington
Conservation and society 5 (4), 432-449, 2007
7102007
Eviction for conservation: a global overview
D Brockington, J Igoe
Conservation and society, 424-470, 2006
6652006
Towards a synthesized critique of neoliberal biodiversity conservation
B Büscher, S Sullivan, K Neves, J Igoe, D Brockington
Capitalism nature socialism 23 (2), 4-30, 2012
5422012
Conservation, human rights, and poverty reduction
D Brockington, J Igoe, KAI Schmidt‐Soltau
Conservation Biology 20 (1), 250-252, 2006
4512006
Conservation and globalization: A study of national parks and indigenous communities from East Africa to South Dakota
J Igoe
Wadsworth Publishing Company, 2004
3582004
A spectacular eco‐tour around the historic bloc: Theorising the convergence of biodiversity conservation and capitalist expansion
J Igoe, K Neves, D Brockington
Antipode 42 (3), 486-512, 2010
3112010
The spectacle of nature in the global economy of appearances: Anthropological engagements with the spectacular mediations of transnational conservation
J Igoe
Critique of Anthropology 30 (4), 375-397, 2010
2312010
Conservation, commerce, and communities: the story of community-based wildlife management areas in Tanzania’s northern tourist circuit
J Igoe, B Croucher
Conservation and Society 5 (4), 534-561, 2007
1852007
Scaling up civil society: donor money, NGOs and the pastoralist land rights movement in Tanzania
J Igoe
Development and change 34 (5), 863-885, 2003
1702003
Between a rock and a hard place: African NGOs, donors and the state
J Igoe, T Kelsall
Carolina Academic Press, 2005
1612005
Becoming Indigenous Peoples: Difference, Inequality, and the Globalization of East African Identity Politics
J Igoe
African Affairs 105 (420), 399-420, 2006
134*2006
Measuring the Costs and Benefits of Conservation to Local Communities
Igoe
Journal of Ecological Anthropology 10, 72-77, 2006
1112006
Pastoral land tenure and community conservation: A case study from north-east Tanzania
J Igoe, D Brockington
International Institute for Environment and Development, 1999
921999
‘Prosuming’conservation? Web 2.0, nature and the intensification of value-producing labour in late capitalism
B Büscher, J Igoe
Journal of Consumer Culture 13 (3), 283-305, 2013
652013
Global Indigenism and Spaceship Earth: Convergence, Space, and Reentry Friction
J Igoe
Globalizations 2 (3), 377-390, 2005
592005
Problematizing neoliberal biodiversity conservation: displaced and disobedient knowledge
J Igoe, S Sullivan, D Brockington
Current conservation 3 (3), 4-7, 2010
552010
Introduction: Between a rock and a hard place
J Igoe, T Kelsall
African NGOs, donors, and the state: Between a rock and a hard place, 1-33, 2005
472005
Human rights, conservation and the privatization of sovereignty in Africa–a discussion of recent changes in Tanzania
J Igoe
Policy matters 15 (276), 532-34, 2007
452007
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