Stasja Koot
Stasja Koot
Assistant Professor, Sociology of Development and Change, Wageningen University
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Speaking power to “post-truth”: Critical political ecology and the new authoritarianism
B Neimark, J Childs, AJ Nightingale, CJ Cavanagh, S Sullivan, ...
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 109 (2), 613-623, 2019
412019
Contradictions of capitalism in the South African Kalahari: Indigenous Bushmen, their brand and baasskap in tourism
S Koot
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 24 (8-9), 1211-1226, 2016
352016
Dwelling in tourism: Power and myth amongst Bushmen in Southern Africa
S Koot
African Studies Centre, Leiden, 2013
332013
The presentation of Bushmen in cultural tourism: tourists’ images of Bushmen and the tourism provider's presentation of (Hai//om) Bushmen at Treesleeper Camp, Namibia
A Hüncke, S Koot
Critical arts 26 (5), 671-689, 2012
282012
The Limits of Economic Benefits: Adding Social Affordances to the Analysis of Trophy Hunting of the Khwe and Ju/’hoansi in Namibian Community-Based Natural Resource Management
S Koot
Society & Natural Resources, 1-17, 2019
232019
Introduction. Nature 2.0: New media, online activism and the cyberpolitics of environmental conservation
B Büscher, S Koot, IL Nelson
Geoforum 100 (79), 111-113, 2017
192017
White Namibians in tourism and the politics of belonging through Bushmen
S Koot
Anthropology Southern Africa 38 (1-2), 4-15, 2015
192015
Cultural ecotourism as an indigenous modernity: Namibian Bushmen and two contradictions of capitalism
S Koot
Routledge Handbook of Environmental Anthropology, 315-326, 2016
152016
Belonging, indigeneity, land and nature in Southern Africa under neoliberal capitalism: An overview
S Koot, R Hitchcock, C Gressier
Journal of Southern African Studies 45 (2), 341-355, 2019
142019
In the way: Perpetuating land dispossession of the indigenous Hai//om and the collective action law suit for Etosha National Park and Mangetti West, Namibia
S Koot, R Hitchcock
Nomadic Peoples 23 (1), 55-77, 2019
122019
Perpetuating power through autoethnography: my research unawareness and memories of paternalism among the indigenous Hai//om in Namibia
S Koot
Critical Arts, 1-15, 2017
122017
Treesleeper Camp: A case study of a community tourism project in Tsintsabis, Namibia
S Koot
African hosts & their guests: Cultural dynamics of tourism, 153-175, 2012
122012
Ju/'hoansi lodging in a Namibian Conservancy: CBNRM, tourism and increasing domination
S Koot, W Van Beek
Conservation and Society 15 (2), 497-511, 2016
112016
Giving land (Back)? The meaning of land in the indigenous politics of the South Kalahari Bushmen Land Claim, South Africa
S Koot, B Büscher
Journal of Southern African Studies 45 (2), 357-374, 2019
92019
The Bushman brand in southern African tourism: An Indigenous modernity in a neoliberal political economy
S Koot
Senri Ethnological Studies 99, 231-250, 2018
82018
The Khwe of Namibia: Foragers between game, tourism and politics
S Koot, W Van Beek, J Diemer
Anthropos 111 (2), 497-511, 2016
72016
'Close the tap!': COVID-19 and the need for convivial conservation
R Fletcher, B Buscher, K Massarella, S Koot
Journal of Australian Political Economy, The, 200-211, 2020
52020
Ecotourism and conservation under COVID-19 and beyond
R Fletcher, BE Büscher, SP Koot, K Massarella
ATLAS Tourism and Leisure Review 2020 (2), 42-50, 2020
52020
Immaterial Indigenous Modernities in the Struggle against Illegal Fencing in the N≠ a Jaqna Conservancy, Namibia: Genealogical Ancestry and ‘San-ness’ in a ‘Traditional Community’
C van der Wulp, S Koot
Journal of Southern African Studies 45 (2), 375-392, 2019
52019
Introduction. Nature 2.0: New media, online activism and the cyberpolitics of environmental conservation
B Buscher, S Koot, IL Nelson
Geoforum 79, 111-113, 2017
42017
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