This introduction to the special issue ‘Mining Temporalities: Extractive Industries and the Politics of Time’ examines contemporary debates regarding the time-resource extraction nexus. Elaborating on themes such as the temporality of mining landscapes and extraction’s seasonality, rhythms and cycles, as well as the entanglements of past, present and future in extractive industries, attention is drawn to the multiplicity of temporalities associated with the extractive industries and their diverging (often conflicting) perceptions, representations, discourses and politics. Thus, this introduction, and the special issue in general, aims to advance recent scholarship on temporal dynamics in the extractive industries.

Mining Temporalities: An Overview / D'Angelo, Lorenzo; Pijpers, Robert J.. - In: THE EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES AND SOCIETY. - ISSN 2214-790X. - 5:2(2018), pp. 215-222. [10.1016/j.exis.2018.02.005]

Mining Temporalities: An Overview

Lorenzo D'Angelo
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2018

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This introduction to the special issue ‘Mining Temporalities: Extractive Industries and the Politics of Time’ examines contemporary debates regarding the time-resource extraction nexus. Elaborating on themes such as the temporality of mining landscapes and extraction’s seasonality, rhythms and cycles, as well as the entanglements of past, present and future in extractive industries, attention is drawn to the multiplicity of temporalities associated with the extractive industries and their diverging (often conflicting) perceptions, representations, discourses and politics. Thus, this introduction, and the special issue in general, aims to advance recent scholarship on temporal dynamics in the extractive industries.
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