Daniel Tubb

Books in University Presses

Forthcoming, Shift: An Ethnography of Mining, Movement, and the Environment in the Chocó, Colombia. Seattle: University of Washington Press. (In revision).

2017, Shift: An Ethnography of Mining, Movement, and the Environment in the Chocó, Colombia. Seattle: University of Washington Press. (In peer review).

Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals

2015, Muddy Decisions: Gold in the Chocó, Colombia. The Extractive Industries and Society Journal, 2(4), 722-733.

2013, “Narratives of Citizenship and Violence in Antioquia.” Citizenship Studies, 17(5) 627-640. Also published as a book chapter in Cristina Rojas and Judy Metzler (Eds.), Narratives and Imaginings of Citizenship in Latin America. (103-116) New York, NY: Routledge.  http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/13621025.2013.818380?scroll=top&needAccess=true&journalCode=ccst20                             

2013, “La Violencia in Colombia, through Stories of the Body.” Bulletin of Latin American Research, 32 126-150. (equal contribution with Cristina Rojas) Also published as a book chapter in Eric A. Johnson, Ricardo Salvatore, and Pieter Spierenburg (Eds.), Murder and Violence in Modern Latin America (126-150).Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/blar.12110/full                               

Book Chapters

2018, “The everyday Black social economy in the Chocó, Colombia.” In Caroline Shenaz Hossein (Ed.) The Black Social Economy: Diverse Community Economies in the United States, Canada, England and Latin America and the Caribbean. New York: Palgrave.

Book Reviews

2017, “The para-state: An ethnography of Colombia’s death squads by Aldo Civico.” Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies / Revue canadienne des études latino-américaines et caraïbes, 42:1, 121-123

2017, “Unearthing Conflict: Corporate Mining, Activism, and Expertise in Peru by Fabiana Li.” PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review. (In-press).

Other Articles Reviewed by Editorial Boards

2017, “Self Help for Writers.” Culture: The Newsletter for the Canadian Anthropology Society, 11.1.

2016, “Notes: Notes on the Diaspora, and Other Things.” Nokoko, 5, vii-xiii. (co-author with Wangui Kimari).

2016, “Getting on the Tenure Track.” Culture: The Newsletter for the Canadian Anthropology Society, 10.2.

2014,Editorial Notes: Women’s Rights and Gender Equality in Africa.” Nokoko, 4, 1–10. (co-author with Wangui Kimari, Nduka Otiono, Toby Moorsom, and Blair Rutherford).

Conference Papers

2017, “Peace and Gold: How has ‘the Peace’ Changed Gold Mining in the Chocó.” Presented on the panel “Extractive Industries and Natural Resources.” Canadian Association for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Guelph, Canada, June 3.

2017, “Gold and the Good Life.” Presented on the panel “Pasado y presente rural y minero de Colombia.” Latin American Studies Association, Lima, Peru, April 29.

2016, “Shift Work and Resistance on an Informal Small-Scale Gold Mine in the Chocó, Colombia.” Presented on the panel “Corporate Mines and Unauthorized Miners: Violence and the Valences of Possession.” American Anthropological Association, Minneapolis, MN, November 19.

2016, “Mining Futures: Subsoil Rights and Collective Title in the Chocó, Colombia.” Workshop on Legal Pluralism at the University of California, Irvine, August 26. (invited)

2016, “Washing Gold and Cocaine: Gold-Based Money Laundering in Colombia.” Presented on the panel “Land, Memory and Justice in Colombia Part I: Regional Perspectives.” Latin American Studies Association, New York, NY, May 30.

2015, “Washing Gold and Cocaine: Gold-Based Money Laundering in Colombia.” Presented on the panel “Transparent Minerals: Ethical Questions of Formal and Informal Resource Extraction.” American Anthropological Association, Denver, CO, November 18.

2015, “Gold-Based Money-Laundering in Colombia.” Presented on the panel “Drugs and Mining.” Land, Memory & Justice: Challenges for Peace in Colombia Conference, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, October 3. (invited)

2015, “Washing Gold and Cocaine: Narratives of Gold-Based Money Laundering in Colombia.” Presented on the panel “Present-day Emergencies and What They Have in Common.” Land & Water Conference, Brown University, Providence, RI, September 5.

2015, “The Underworld of Gold Mining in Colombia.” Presented on the panel “Colloquium on Socio-Economic Aspects of Resource Extraction Industries.” Latin American Studies Association, Puerto Rico, USA, May 29.

2014, “Fictitious Mining: Gold in the Chocó.” Presented on the panel “Mining Issues in Latin America.” Capital Latin American & Caribbean Studies Conference Gatineau, Canada, April 19.

2013, “Citizenship & Violence in Medellín.” Presented on the panel “Narratives of Citizenship in Latin America.” Latin American Studies Association, Washington, DC, May 30.

2013, “Social Programs & Violence at Two Historical Junctures in Antioquia.” Presented on the panel “Narratives & Imaginaries of Citizenship in Latin America. Critical Perspectives.” Canadian Association of Latin American & Caribbean Studies, Ottawa, Canada, May 3.

2013, “Practices of Gold Mining in the Chocó, Colombia.” Presented on the panel “Mining Development and its Implications for Environmental and Land Rights.” Canadian Association of Latin American & Caribbean Studies, Ottawa, Canada, May 4.

2012, “Gold in Chocó, Colombia.” Presented at the workshop “Canada in the Americas: Extractive Industries, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Canadian Investment and Development Aid.” Canadian Association of Latin American & Caribbean Studies, Kelowna, Canada, May 18.

2012, “Citizenship in Antioquia, Colombia.” Presented on the panel “Exploring Narratives of Citizenship in the Andes.” Capital Latin American & Caribbean Studies, Ottawa, Canada, April 21.

2009, “Citizenship & Violence in Medellín.” Presented on the panel “What’s Happening With Urban Public Places?” Canadian Anthropology Society, Vancouver, Canada, May 13.

2009, “A Brief Political Economy of Extrajudicial Killings in Colombia.” Presented on the panel “State Policy: Money, Violence, and Structural Adjustment.” Institute of Political Economy Conference, Ottawa, Canada, March 6.

2009, “Citizenship and Violence: Medellín, Colombia.” Presented on the panel “Memories of Violence.” Capital Latin American & Caribbean Studies, Ottawa, Canada, February 27.

2008, “Building Citizenship in Medellín, Colombia.” Presented on the panel “Searching for Alternatives: Participatory Development.” Graduate Student Conference on Latin America and the Caribbean, Toronto, Canada, November 8.

Posters

2014, “Mining Fictions: Gold and Money Laundering in the Chocó (Colombia).” American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C., December 6.