Douny, L; (2007) The materiality of domestic waste. J MAT CULT , 12 (3) 309 - 331. 10.1177/1359183507081897.
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This article explores some of the multiple forms and uses of Dogon domestic waste, considering daily shared experiences of the matter. It examines the implicit meanings objectified in the materiality of, and the daily praxis associated with, rubbish that the Dogon select and allocate to particular places in and out of their 'home container'. These are framed within a recycled cosmology that encompasses a plurality of entangled world-views that inform us about the life cycles of people, environment and society.
|Title:||The materiality of domestic waste|
|Keywords:||dogon, domestic waste, materiality, recycled cosmology, WORLD, CULTURE|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences > Anthropology|
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