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Section I: PRACTICES OF CARE Care, Ocean, SpaceProf Elspeth Probyn Oceanic Regime ShiftA/Prof Lesley Green Torres Strait Sea Country: Care in a time of crisisMr Charles David; Dr Leah Lui-Chivizhe; Ms Flora Warrior Speculative Harbouring at Blackwattle Bay: Interdisciplinary pedagogies and the politics of careDr Susanne Pratt and Dr Kate Johnston Section II: FISH AS FOOD: CONSUMING AND SUSTAINING The Multiple Meanings of Fish: The differentiation of sustainable seafood in AustraliaSonia Garcia Garcia and A/Prof Kate Barclay What is Fresh Fish? Meanings and knowledge among British and Portuguese eaters Dr Monica Truninger, Dr Joao Baptista, Dr Angela Meah, Prof David Evans, and Prof Peter Jackson.Late Nights and Live Tanks: Entanglements of caring at Golden Century Dr Nancy LeeHalal and Classy? The Practice of Globalisation in Catfish (Clarias gariepinus) Culture in Contemporary IndonesiaArum Budiastuti Free Fish Heads: A case study of knowing and practicing seafood differently Dr Emma L Sharp Section III: RULING THE OCEANS Out of Sight, Out of Mind: The challenge of regulating the high seas fisheries Scientia Prof Rosemary Rayfuse Reframing Participation and Participatory Processes in Historical and Geographic Contexts: Knowledge insights and implications from Aotearoa New Zealand's multi-use/r marine spaces Le Heron, R; Blackett, P; Le Heron, E; Logie, J; Greenaway A; Hikuroa, D; Davies, K; Glavovic, B; Allen, W; Lundquist, C.When penalising harm propagates harm: Rethinking marine resource enforcement and relations from South AfricaDr Marieke Caring for Tuna of the Western Indian Ocean: Where politics and ecology meet Mialy Andriamahefazafy and Prof Christian A. Kull The Protection of Small-scale Fisheries in the Global Policymaking Through Food Sovereignty Dr Alana Mann Section IV: EMBODYING THE MARINE The Sea and the Breathing Dr Astrida Neimanis and Janet Laurence I Drain East to the Pacific Dr Jennifer Hamilton All Rhodes Lead to Rome: the epigenetic maternal-foetal effect of environmental xenobioticsClare Nicholson I am Phytoplankton Kassandra Bossell Section V: LIVING HUMAN/MARINE ECOSYSTEMS Operation Crayweed: Raising awareness about underwater forests in Sydney and beyond Dr Adriana VergesBuoyant Ecologies Float Lab (2,000 text and images)A/Prof Adam Marcus Geopolitics of Korean Reef UrbanismAmaia Sanchez-Velasco and Jorge Valiente Oriol Adaptive Landscapes: Urban Ecology at Coastal Edge (2,000 text and images) Gena WirthSugar vs the Reef: Case studies from coastal and marine environmental managementDr Lucas Ihlein; Kim Williams; Dr Sarah Hamylton Probing the Socio-cultural depths of a nature conservation conflict in the Outer Hebrides, ScotlandDr Ruth Brennan Section VI: THINKING WITH SEASThe Sea is Time: Contestations of temporality in J. Clark-Bekederemo's The Raft Henry Obi Ajumeze"Who thinks like the dying sea" Dr Erin Fitz-Henry Thinking from the Southern OceanDr Charne Lavery

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Elspeth Probyn is Professor of gender and cultural studies, University of Sydney Kate Johnston is currently research associate for the Sustainable Fish Lab at the University of Sydney and lead researcher on a pilot project with Taronga Conservation Society.

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The rich collection of case studies in Sustaining Seas engages with the different appeals of the marine. Truly interdisciplinary at heart it promotes dialogue across, and within, different disciplines, incorporating specialists of different fields (artists, writers, planners, policy makers) about how to support the seas. Through the twenty four chapters of the book the authors share a common aspiration to build a better understanding of what it means 'to care for aquatic places and their biocultural communities'.--Mara Miele, Professor in Human Geography, Cardiff University
Splashing widely through the arts, humanities, sciences, and social sciences, Sustaining Seas shows why the ocean needs to be at the heart of our thinking now. The overlapping and sometimes competing perspectives offered by landscape architecture, anthropology, literary criticism, environmental studies, the arts, and critical theory, among others, together produce an urgent diagnosis of the sickness in our blue planet, as well as practical and imaginative responses to it. Readers and thinkers in the blue humanities, marine sciences, and public policy will find much to value in this book. All of us who love the ocean should read it.--Steve Mentz, Professor of English, St. John's University (New York)
Sustaining Seas is an interdisciplinary homage to the ocean. The collection shows that oceans not only deserve our care in the face of myriad threats such as overfishing and pollution, but they provide the possibility for care, as they sustain all life. About much more than crisis, this hopeful collection provides fresh perspective on our embodied relationships with the seas.--Becky Mansfield, Professor of Geography, The Ohio State University
This vital volume describes a volume -- the oceans -- whose suffering sea-changes today require novel modes of governing, breathing, eating, timekeeping, building, and being. The book's store of essays provides much needed equipment for re-orienting maritime and marine writing, thinking, and acting in these, our unsustainable times.--Stefan Helmreich, Elting E. Morison Professor of Anthropology, MIT

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