par Vallard, Annabel
Référence EASA (2014: 31 juillet - 3 août 2014: Tallinn)
Publication Non publié, 2014
Communication à un colloque
Résumé : Drawing on ethnographic data collected in the Thai silk industry, this paper aims to highlight how farmers and also researchers, governmental officers or policy makers seize various species of ‘domesticated’ and ‘wild’ silkworms in relation with biotechnological skills, regulations and appropriation.Panel 38 : Soils, seeds and capitalism: Political agronomy and the intimacy of farming (B. Müller & D. Muenster)