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Site Researcher Carolien Lubberhuizen (BE/NL) published in "Seasonal Matters Rural Relations: (Field)notes on rhythms, rituals and cohabitation"

Carolien Lubberhuizen (our ReROOT BE/NL Site Researcher) contributed to the latest issue of "Seasonal Matters Rural Relations: (Field)notes on rhythms, rituals and cohabitation".

This issue asks the following: What if traditional relationships, between humans and non-humans, plants, the weather and the rhythm of the seasons, are being lost in the race for profit and for increasingly intensive methods of production?

For her essay, "Unpacking routines of arrival: Arrival, routines and rituals of migration and agriculture in Westland and Haspengouw" Carolien draws from her fieldwork amongst agricultural migrantworkers in greenhouses, fruit fields, migrant hotels and Polish shops.

Read it here!
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