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Marjo de TheijeEleanor FisherSabine LuningLorenzo D'AngeloCristiano LanzanoRobert PijpersJorge CalvimontesLuciana MassaroLúcia da Costa FerreiraGiorgio de TomiLuigi Arnaldi di BalmeRonald TwongyirweASGMPovertyConflictCooperationGovernanceTechnologyPoliticsTemporalitiesLandscapeBrazilAfricaCovid-19Esther van de CampAlizèta Ouedraogot2s

Marjo de Theije

de Theije, M. (2020) Brazil: Forever Informal. In B. Verbrugge, & S. Geenen (Eds.), Global Gold Production Touching Ground: Expansion, Informalization, and Technological Innovation. Palgrave Macmillan. 117-134.

 

Luning S.W.J. & de Theije M. (2019). Rubbish at the Border. A Minefield of Conservationist Politics at the Lawa River, Suriname/French Guiana. In: Eriksen T.H., Pijpers R.J. (Eds.) Mining Encounters.: Pluto Press. 59-77.

 

Salman, T., de Theije, M. & Vélez-Torres, I. (2018) Structures, actors, and interactions in the analysis of natural resource conflicts. Ecology and Society. 23, 3, p. 1-9, 30.

 

Salman, T., & de Theije, M. (2017) Analysing conflicts around small-scale gold mining in the Amazon: the contribution of a multi-temporal model. The Extractive Industries and Society, 4(3), 586-594.

 

Seccatore, J., & de Theije, M. (2017) Socio-technical study of small-scale gold mining in Suriname. Journal of Cleaner Production, 144, 107-119.

 

Calvimontes, J., Massaro, L., Araujo, C. H. X., Moraes, R. R., Mello, J., Ferreira, L. C. & de Theije, M. (2020) Small-scale gold mining and the COVID-19 pandemic: Conflict and cooperation in the Brazilian Amazon. The Extractive Industries and Society 7(4), 1347-1350. 

 

Massaro, L. & de Theije, M. (2018) Understanding small-scale gold mining practices: An anthropological study on technological innovation in the Vale do Rio Peixoto (Mato Grosso, Brazil). Journal of Cleaner Production. 204, 618-635.

Eleanor Fisher

Fisher, E., Luning, S., D’Angelo, L., Araujo, C. H., de Balme, L. A., Calvimontes, J., … & Twongyirwe, R. (2021). Transforming matters: sustaining gold lifeways in artisanal and small-scale mining. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 49, 190-200.

 

Fisher, E., D’Angelo, L., Twongyirwe, R., van de Camp, E. (2020). Uganda: Gold as a (Trans)National Treasure. In: The Global Gold Production System Touching Ground: Expansion, Technological Innovation and Informalization. Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Fisher, E. (2018). Solidarities at a distance: Extending Fairtrade gold to east Africa. The Extractive Industries and Society, 5(1), 81-90.

 

Fisher, E., Mwaipopo, R., Mutagwaba, W., Nyange, D. and Yaron, G. (2009) The ladder that sends us to wealth”: artisanal mining and poverty reduction in Tanzania. Resources Policy, 34 (1-2). pp. 32-38.

 

Fisher, E. (2007) Occupying the margins: labour integration and social exclusion in artisanal mining in Tanzania. Development and change, 38(4), 735-760.

Sabine Luning

Pijpers, R.J. & Luning, S. (2021). ‘We have so many challenges’: Small‐scale mining, Covid‐19 and constant interruptions in West Africa. Anthropology Today, 37(2), 10-14

 

Luning S.W.J. (2020) Burkina Faso: Global Gold Expansion and Local Terrains. In B. Verbrugge, & S. Geenen (Eds.), Global Gold Production Touching Ground: Expansion, Informalization, and Technological Innovation. Palgrave Macmillan. 207-223.

 

Luning S.W.J. & De Theije M. (2019) Rubbish at the Border. A Minefield of Conservationist Politics at the Lawa River, Suriname/French Guiana. In: Eriksen T.H., Pijpers R.J. (Eds.) Mining Encounters.: Pluto Press. 59-77.

 

Luning & S. (2018) Mining temporalities: Future perspectives. The Extractive Industries and Society 5(2): 281-286.

 

Luning S.W.J. (2014) The future of artisanal miners from a large-scale perspective: From valued pathfinders to disposable illegals? Futures 62(A): 67-74.

 

Luning, S. and Pijpers, R.J. (2018) Shifting alliances in accessing the underground. Africa88 (4):876-880.

 

Luning, S. and Pijpers, R.J. (2017) Governing access to gold in Ghana: in-depth geopolitics on mining concessions. Africa 87 (4): 758-779.

Lorenzo D’Angelo

D’Angelo, L. (2019) God’s Gifts. Destiny, Poverty, and Temporality in the Mines of Sierra Leone. Africa Spectrum 54 (1):  44-60.

 

D’Angelo, L., Pijpers (2018) Mining Temporalities. Extractive Industries and the Politics of Time. The Extractive Industries and Society 5 (2): 215-372.

 

D’Angelo, L. (2018) From traces to carpets: unravelling labour practices in the mines of Sierra Leone. In Micro-Spatial Histories of Global Labour (pp. 313-342). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

Cristiano Lanzano

Verbrugge, B., Lanzano, C., & Libassi, M. (2021). The cyanide revolution: Efficiency gains and exclusion in artisanal-and small-scale gold mining. Geoforum, 126, 267-276.

 

Lanzano, C., & Arnaldi di Balme, L. (2021). Who owns the mud? Valuable leftovers, sociotechnical innovation and changing relations of production in artisanal gold mining (Burkina Faso). Journal of Agrarian Change: 1-26

 

Lanzano C. (2018) Gold Digging and the Politics of Time: Changing Timescapes of Artisanal Mining in West Africa. The Extractive Industries and Society 5 (2): 253-259

 

Lanzano C., Arnaldi di Balme L. (2017) Des ‘Puits Burkinabè’ en Haute Guinée: Processus et Enjeux de la Circulation de Savoirs Techniques dans le Secteur Minier Artisanal. Autrepart. Revue de Sciences Sociales au Sud 82: 87-108

Robert Pijpers

Pijpers, R.J. & Luning, S. (2021). ‘We have so many challenges’: Small‐scale mining, Covid‐19 and constant interruptions in West Africa. Anthropology Today, 37(2), 10-14

 

Pijpers, R.J. (2020) Lost glory or poor legacy? The past as political instrument in a Sierra Leonean mining town. Zeitschrift für Ethnologie 145: 1–20.

 

Pijpers, R.J. (2020) Ghana: A History of Expansion and Contraction in Gold Mining. In Verbrugge, B and Geenen, S. (eds). The Global Gold Production System Touching Ground: A Story of Global Expansion, Technological Innovation, and Informalization. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp.169-84.

 

Pijpers, R.J. & Eriksen (2018) Mining Encounters: Extractive Industries in an Overheated World. London: Pluto Press.

 

Pijpers, R.J. (2018) Territories of contestation: Negotiating mining concessions in Sierra Leone. In Pijpers, R.J. and Eriksen, T.H. (eds). Mining Encounters: Extractive Industries in an Overheated World. London: Pluto Press.

 

Pijpers, R.J. (2016) Mining, expectations and turbulent times: locating accelerated change in rural Sierra Leone. History & Anthropology 27 (5): 504 – 520.

 

 

Pijpers, R.J. (2014) Crops and Carats: Exploring the Interconnectedness of Mining and Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa. Futures 62 (A): 32 – 39.

 

D’Angelo, L., Pijpers (2018) Mining Temporalities. Extractive Industries and the Politics of Time. The Extractive Industries and Society 5 (2): 215-372.

 

Luning, S. and Pijpers, R.J. (2018) Shifting alliances in accessing the underground. Africa88 (4):876-880.

 

Luning, S. and Pijpers, R.J. (2017) Governing access to gold in Ghana: in-depth geopolitics on mining concessions. Africa 87 (4): 758-779.

 

Jorge Calvimontes

Calvimontes, J., Massaro, L., Araujo, C. H. X., Moraes, R. R., Mello, J., Ferreira, L. C. & de Theije, M. (2020) Small-scale gold mining and the COVID-19 pandemic: Conflict and cooperation in the Brazilian Amazon. The Extractive Industries and Society 7(4), p. 1347-1350. 

Luciana Massaro

Massaro, L. & de Theije, M. (2018) Understanding small-scale gold mining practices: An anthropological study on technological innovation in the Vale do Rio Peixoto (Mato Grosso, Brazil). Journal of Cleaner Production. 204, 618-635.

 

Calvimontes, J., Massaro, L., Araujo, C. H. X., Moraes, R. R., Mello, J., Ferreira, L. C. & de Theije, M. (2020) Small-scale gold mining and the COVID-19 pandemic: Conflict and cooperation in the Brazilian Amazon. The Extractive Industries and Society 7(4), 1347-1350. 

Lúcia da Costa Ferreira

Ferreira, L.C. (2004) Dimensões humanas da biodiversidade: mudanças sociais e conflitos em torno de áreas protegidas no Vale do Ribeira, SP, Brasil. Ambiente & sociedade. 7.1, 47-66.

 

Calvimontes, J., Massaro, L., Araujo, C. H. X., Moraes, R. R., Mello, J., Ferreira, L. C. & de Theije, M. (2020) Small-scale gold mining and the COVID-19 pandemic: Conflict and cooperation in the Brazilian Amazon. The Extractive Industries and Society 7(4), 1347-1350. 

Giorgio de Tomi

Seccatore, J., de Tomi, G. Veiga, M. (2015) Efficiency as a road to sustainability in small scale mining. Materials Science Forum. Trans Tech Publications Ltd. 395-402.

 

Omotehinse, A. O.; de Tomi, G.; Baninla, Y. (2019) Proactive Management of Ecosystem Services in Oil Sands Pre-mining Phase. Natural Resources Research. 1-17.

 

Steinberg, J. G.; de Tomi, G. (2010) Lean mining: principles for modelling and improving processes of mineral value chains. International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management. 6.3: 279-298.

Luigi Arnaldi di Balme

Ronald Twongyirwe

Fisher, E., D’Angelo, L., Twongyirwe, R., van de Camp, E. (2020) Uganda: Gold as a (Trans)National Treasure. In: The Global Gold Production System Touching Ground: Expansion, Technological Innovation and Informalization. Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Twongyirwe, R., Mike Bithell, Keith S. Richards (2018) Revisiting the drivers of deforestation in the tropics: Insights from local and key informant perceptions in western Uganda. Journal of Rural Studies 63: 105-119.

ASGM

Luigi Arnaldi di Balme

Lanzano, C., & Arnaldi di Balme, L. (2021). Who owns the mud? Valuable leftovers, sociotechnical innovation and changing relations of production in artisanal gold mining (Burkina Faso). Journal of Agrarian Change: 1-26

 

Lanzano C., Arnaldi di Balme L. (2017) Des ‘Puits Burkinabè’ en Haute Guinée: Processus et Enjeux de la Circulation de Savoirs Techniques dans le Secteur Minier Artisanal. Autrepart. Revue de Sciences Sociales au Sud 82: 87-108.

 

Arnaldi di Balme L., Lanzano C. (2013) Entrepreneurs de la frontière » : le rôle des comptoirs privés dans les sites d’extraction artisanale de l’or au Burkina Faso. Dans Politique africaine (N° 131).

 

 

Jorge Calvimontes

 

Calvimontes, J., Massaro, L., Araujo, C. H. X., Moraes, R. R., Mello, J., Ferreira, L. C. & de Theije, M. (2020) Small-scale gold mining and the COVID-19 pandemic: Conflict and cooperation in the Brazilian Amazon. The Extractive Industries and Society 7(4), p. 1347-1350. 

 

 

Lúcia da Costa Ferreira

 

Ferreira, L.C. (2004) Dimensões humanas da biodiversidade: mudanças sociais e conflitos em torno de áreas protegidas no Vale do Ribeira, SP, Brasil. Ambiente & sociedade. 7.1, 47-66.

 

Calvimontes, J., Massaro, L., Araujo, C. H. X., Moraes, R. R., Mello, J., Ferreira, L. C. & de Theije, M. (2020) Small-scale gold mining and the COVID-19 pandemic: Conflict and cooperation in the Brazilian Amazon. The Extractive Industries and Society 7(4), 1347-1350. 

 

 

Lorenzo D’Angelo

 

D’Angelo, L. (2019) God’s Gifts. Destiny, Poverty, and Temporality in the Mines of Sierra Leone. Africa Spectrum 54 (1):  44-60.

 

D’Angelo, L., Pijpers (2018) Mining Temporalities. Extractive Industries and the Politics of Time. The Extractive Industries and Society 5 (2): 215-372.

 

D’Angelo, L. (2018) From traces to carpets: unravelling labour practices in the mines of Sierra Leone. In Micro-Spatial Histories of Global Labour (pp. 313-342). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

 

 

Marjo de Theije

 

de Theije, M. (2020) Brazil: Forever Informal. In B. Verbrugge, & S. Geenen (Eds.), Global Gold Production Touching Ground: Expansion, Informalization, and Technological Innovation. Palgrave Macmillan. 117-134.

 

Luning S.W.J. & de Theije M. (2019). Rubbish at the Border. A Minefield of Conservationist Politics at the Lawa River, Suriname/French Guiana. In: Eriksen T.H., Pijpers R.J. (Eds.) Mining Encounters.: Pluto Press. 59-77.

 

Salman, T., de Theije, M. & Vélez-Torres, I. (2018) Structures, actors, and interactions in the analysis of natural resource conflicts. Ecology and Society. 23, 3, p. 1-9, 30.

 

Salman, T., & de Theije, M. (2017) Analysing conflicts around small-scale gold mining in the Amazon: the contribution of a multi-temporal model. The Extractive Industries and Society, 4(3), 586-594.

 

Seccatore, J., & de Theije, M. (2017) Socio-technical study of small-scale gold mining in Suriname. Journal of Cleaner Production, 144, 107-119.

 

Calvimontes, J., Massaro, L., Araujo, C. H. X., Moraes, R. R., Mello, J., Ferreira, L. C. & de Theije, M. (2020) Small-scale gold mining and the COVID-19 pandemic: Conflict and cooperation in the Brazilian Amazon. The Extractive Industries and Society 7(4), 1347-1350. 

 

Massaro, L. & de Theije, M. (2018) Understanding small-scale gold mining practices: An anthropological study on technological innovation in the Vale do Rio Peixoto (Mato Grosso, Brazil). Journal of Cleaner Production. 204, 618-635.

 

 

Giorgio De Tomi

 

Seccatore, J., de Tomi, G. Veiga, M. (2015) Efficiency as a road to sustainability in small scale mining. Materials Science Forum. Trans Tech Publications Ltd. 395-402.

 

Omotehinse, A. O.; de Tomi, G.; Baninla, Y. (2019) Proactive Management of Ecosystem Services in Oil Sands Pre-mining Phase. Natural Resources Research. 1-17.

 

Steinberg, J. G.; de Tomi, G. (2010) Lean mining: principles for modelling and improving processes of mineral value chains. International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management. 6.3: 279-298.

 

 

Eleanor Fisher

 

Fisher, E., Luning, S., D’Angelo, L., Araujo, C. H., de Balme, L. A., Calvimontes, J., … & Twongyirwe, R. (2021). Transforming matters: sustaining gold lifeways in artisanal and small-scale mining. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 49, 190-200. 

 

Fisher, E., D’Angelo, L., Twongyirwe, R., van de Camp, E. (2020). Uganda: Gold as a (Trans)National Treasure. In: The Global Gold Production System Touching Ground: Expansion, Technological Innovation and Informalization. Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Fisher, E. (2018). Solidarities at a distance: Extending Fairtrade gold to east Africa. The Extractive Industries and Society, 5(1), 81-90.

 

Fisher, E., Mwaipopo, R., Mutagwaba, W., Nyange, D. and Yaron, G. (2009) The ladder that sends us to wealth”: artisanal mining and poverty reduction in Tanzania. Resources Policy, 34 (1-2). pp. 32-38.

 

Fisher, E. (2007) Occupying the margins: labour integration and social exclusion in artisanal mining in Tanzania. Development and change, 38(4), 735-760.

 

 

Cristiano Lanzano

 

Lanzano, C., & Arnaldi di Balme, L. (2021). Who owns the mud? Valuable leftovers, sociotechnical innovation and changing relations of production in artisanal gold mining (Burkina Faso). Journal of Agrarian Change: 1-26

 

Lanzano C. (2018) Gold Digging and the Politics of Time: Changing Timescapes of Artisanal Mining in West Africa. The Extractive Industries and Society 5 (2): 253-259

 

Lanzano C., Arnaldi di Balme L. (2017) Des ‘Puits Burkinabè’ en Haute Guinée: Processus et Enjeux de la Circulation de Savoirs Techniques dans le Secteur Minier Artisanal. Autrepart. Revue de Sciences Sociales au Sud 82: 87-108

 

 

Sabine Luning

 

Luning S.W.J. (2020) Burkina Faso: Global Gold Expansion and Local Terrains. In B. Verbrugge, & S. Geenen (Eds.), Global Gold Production Touching Ground: Expansion, Informalization, and Technological Innovation. Palgrave Macmillan. 207-223.

 

Luning S.W.J. & De Theije M. (2019) Rubbish at the Border. A Minefield of Conservationist Politics at the Lawa River, Suriname/French Guiana. In: Eriksen T.H., Pijpers R.J. (Eds.) Mining Encounters.: Pluto Press. 59-77.

 

Luning & S. (2018) Mining temporalities: Future perspectives. The Extractive Industries and Society 5(2): 281-286.

 

Luning S.W.J. (2014) The future of artisanal miners from a large-scale perspective: From valued pathfinders to disposable illegals? Futures 62(A): 67-74.

 

Pijpers, R.J. & Luning, S. (2021). ‘We have so many challenges’: Small‐scale mining, Covid‐19 and constant interruptions in West Africa. Anthropology Today, 37(2), 10-14

 

Luning, S. and Pijpers, R.J. (2018) Shifting alliances in accessing the underground. Africa88 (4):876-880.

 

Luning, S. and Pijpers, R.J. (2017) Governing access to gold in Ghana: in-depth geopolitics on mining concessions. Africa 87 (4): 758-779.

 

 

Luciana Massaro

 

Massaro, L. & de Theije, M. (2018) Understanding small-scale gold mining practices: An anthropological study on technological innovation in the Vale do Rio Peixoto (Mato Grosso, Brazil). Journal of Cleaner Production. 204, 618-635.

 

Calvimontes, J., Massaro, L., Araujo, C. H. X., Moraes, R. R., Mello, J., Ferreira, L. C. & de Theije, M. (2020) Small-scale gold mining and the COVID-19 pandemic: Conflict and cooperation in the Brazilian Amazon. The Extractive Industries and Society 7(4), 1347-1350. 

 

 

Alizéta Ouedraogo

 

Ouédraogo, A. (2020) Les détentrices de hangars de traitement de l’or face à la technique de cyanuration (sud-ouest du Burkina Faso). Journal des africanistes 90 (1),158-179.

 

Ouédraogo, A. (2020) De l’« empowerment » des femmes lobi sur les sites d’orpaillage dans le  Sud-Ouest du Burkina Faso. Militance Pour la connaissance des sociétés du Sud-Ouest du Burkina Faso. Hommage à Madeleine Père, coordonné par Yamba Bidima, Michèle Cros et Quentin Mégret, L’Harmattan, 171-180.

 

 

Robert Pijpers

 

Pijpers, R.J. & Luning, S. (2021). ‘We have so many challenges’: Small‐scale mining, Covid‐19 and constant interruptions in West Africa. Anthropology Today, 37(2), 10-14

 

Pijpers, R.J. (2020) Lost glory or poor legacy? The past as political instrument in a Sierra Leonean mining town. Zeitschrift für Ethnologie 145: 1–20.


Pijpers, R.J. (2020) Ghana
: A History of Expansion and Contraction in Gold Mining. In Verbrugge, B and Geenen, S. (eds). The Global Gold Production System Touching Ground: A Story of Global Expansion, Technological Innovation, and Informalization. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp.169-84.

 

Pijpers, R.J. & Eriksen (2018) Mining Encounters: Extractive Industries in an Overheated World. London: Pluto Press.


Pijpers, R.J. (2018)
Territories of contestation: Negotiating mining concessions in Sierra Leone. In Pijpers, R.J. and Eriksen, T.H. (eds). Mining Encounters: Extractive Industries in an Overheated World. London: Pluto Press.


Pijpers, R.J. (2016) Mining, expectations and turbulent times: locating accelerated change in rural Sierra Leone. History & Anthropology 27 (5): 504 – 520.

 

Pijpers, R.J. (2014) Crops and Carats: Exploring the Interconnectedness of Mining and Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa. Futures 62 (A): 32 – 39.

 

D’Angelo, L., Pijpers (2018) Mining Temporalities. Extractive Industries and the Politics of Time. The Extractive Industries and Society 5 (2): 215-372.

 

Luning, S. and Pijpers, R.J. (2018) Shifting alliances in accessing the underground. Africa88 (4):876-880.

 

Luning, S. and Pijpers, R.J. (2017) Governing access to gold in Ghana: in-depth geopolitics on mining concessions. Africa 87 (4): 758-779.

 

 

 

Ronald Twongyirwe

 

Fisher, E., D’Angelo, L., Twongyirwe, R., van de Camp, E. (2020) Uganda: Gold as a (Trans)National Treasure. In: The Global Gold Production System Touching Ground: Expansion, Technological Innovation and Informalization. Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Twongyirwe, R., Mike Bithell, Keith S. Richards (2018) Revisiting the drivers of deforestation in the tropics: Insights from local and key informant perceptions in western Uganda. Journal of Rural Studies 63: 105-119.

 

 

Esther van de Camp

 

Van de Camp, E. (2019) Artisanal gold mining in Kejetia (Tongo, Northern Ghana): a three-dimensional perspective. in: C. Huggins (ed.) Property Rights and Governance in Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining: Critical Approaches Routledge.

 

Van de Camp, E.  (2016) Artisanal gold mining in Kejetia (Tongo, Northern Ghana): a three-dimensional perspective. Third World Thematics 1(2): 267-283.

 

Fisher, E., D’Angelo, L., Twongyirwe, R., van de Camp, E. (2020) Uganda: Gold as a (Trans)National Treasure. In: The Global Gold Production System Touching Ground: Expansion, Technological Innovation and Informalization. Palgrave Macmillan.

Poverty

D’Angelo, L. (2019) God’s Gifts. Destiny, Poverty, and Temporality in the Mines of Sierra Leone. Africa Spectrum 54 (1),  44-60.

 

Fisher, E., Mwaipopo, R., Mutagwaba, W., Nyange, D. and Yaron, G. (2009) The ladder that sends us to wealth”: artisanal mining and poverty reduction in Tanzania. Resources Policy, 34 (1-2), 32-38.

Conflict

de Theije, M. (2020) Brazil: Forever Informal. In B. Verbrugge, & S. Geenen (Eds.), Global Gold Production Touching Ground: Expansion, Informalization, and Technological Innovation. Palgrave Macmillan. 117-134.

 

Calvimontes, J., Massaro, L., Araujo, C. H. X., Moraes, R. R., Mello, J., Ferreira, L. C. & de Theije, M. (2020) Small-scale gold mining and the COVID-19 pandemic: Conflict and cooperation in the Brazilian Amazon. The Extractive Industries and Society 7(4), 1347-1350. 

 

Salman, T., de Theije, M. & Vélez-Torres, I. (2018) Structures, actors, and interactions in the analysis of natural resource conflicts. Ecology and Society. 23, 3, p. 1-9, 30.

 

Salman, T., & de Theije, M. (2017) Analysing conflicts around small-scale gold mining in the Amazon: the contribution of a multi-temporal model. The Extractive Industries and Society, 4(3), 586-594.

 

Ferreira, L.C. (2004) Dimensões humanas da biodiversidade: mudanças sociais e conflitos em torno de áreas protegidas no Vale do Ribeira, SP, Brasil. Ambiente & sociedade. 7.1: 47-66.

Cooperation

Calvimontes, J., Massaro, L., Araujo, C. H. X., Moraes, R. R., Mello, J., Ferreira, L. C. & de Theije, M. (2020) Small-scale gold mining and the COVID-19 pandemic: Conflict and cooperation in the Brazilian Amazon. The Extractive Industries and Society 7(4), 1347-1350. 

Governance

Omotehinse, A. O.; de Tomi, G.; Baninla, Y. (2019) Proactive Management of Ecosystem Services in Oil Sands Pre-mining Phase. Natural Resources Research. 1-17.

 

Luning, S. and Pijpers, R.J. (2018) Shifting alliances in accessing the underground. Africa88 (4):876-880.

 

Pijpers, R.J. (2018) Territories of contestation: Negotiating mining concessions in Sierra Leone. In Pijpers, R.J. and Eriksen, T.H. (eds). Mining Encounters: Extractive Industries in an Overheated World. London: Pluto Press.

 

Luning, S. and Pijpers, R.J. (2017) Governing access to gold in Ghana: in-depth geopolitics on mining concessions. Africa 87 (4): 758-779.

Technology

Massaro, L. & de Theije, M. (2018) Understanding small-scale gold mining practices: An anthropological study on technological innovation in the Vale do Rio Peixoto (Mato Grosso, Brazil). Journal of Cleaner Production. 204, 618-635.

 

D’Angelo, L. (2018) From traces to carpets: unravelling labour practices in the mines of Sierra Leone. In Micro-Spatial Histories of Global Labour (pp. 313-342). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

 

Seccatore, J., & de Theije, M. (2017) Socio-technical study of small-scale gold mining in Suriname. Journal of Cleaner Production, 144, 107-119.

 

Lanzano C., Arnaldi di Balme L. (2017) Des ‘Puits Burkinabè’ en Haute Guinée: Processus et Enjeux de la Circulation de Savoirs Techniques dans le Secteur Minier Artisanal. Autrepart. Revue de Sciences Sociales au Sud 82: 87-108

 

Seccatore, J., de Tomi, G. Veiga, M. (2015) Efficiency as a road to sustainability in small scale mining. Materials Science Forum. Trans Tech Publications Ltd. 395-402.

 

Steinberg, J. G.; de Tomi, G. (2010) Lean mining: principles for modelling and improving processes of mineral value chains. International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management. 6.3: 279-298.

Politics

Pijpers, R.J. (2020) Lost glory or poor legacy? The past as political instrument in a Sierra Leonean mining town. Zeitschrift für Ethnologie 145: 1–20.

 

Pijpers, R.J. (2020) Ghana: A History of Expansion and Contraction in Gold Mining. In Verbrugge, B and Geenen, S. (eds). The Global Gold Production System Touching Ground: A Story of Global Expansion, Technological Innovation, and Informalization. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp.169-84.

 

Luning S.W.J. & de Theije M. (2019) Rubbish at the Border. A Minefield of Conservationist Politics at the Lawa River, Suriname/French Guiana. In: Eriksen T.H., Pijpers R.J. (Eds.) Mining Encounters: Pluto Press. 59-77.

 

Lanzano C. (2018) Gold Digging and the Politics of Time: Changing Timescapes of Artisanal Mining in West Africa. The Extractive Industries and Society 5 (2): 253-259

 

Pijpers, R.J. & Eriksen (2018) Mining Encounters: Extractive Industries in an Overheated World. London: Pluto Press.


Pijpers, R.J. (2018)
Territories of contestation: Negotiating mining concessions in Sierra Leone. In Pijpers, R.J. and Eriksen, T.H. (eds). Mining Encounters: Extractive Industries in an Overheated World. London: Pluto Press.


Luning, S. and Pijpers, R.J. (2018) Shifting alliances in accessing the underground. Africa88 (4):876-880.

 

Luning, S. and Pijpers, R.J. (2017) Governing access to gold in Ghana: in-depth geopolitics on mining concessions. Africa 87 (4): 758-779.

 

Temporalities

Pijpers, R.J. (2020) Lost glory or poor legacy? The past as political instrument in a Sierra Leonean mining town. Zeitschrift für Ethnologie 145:1–20.

 

Van de Camp, E. (2019) Artisanal gold mining in Kejetia (Tongo, Northern Ghana): a three-dimensional perspective. in: C. Huggins (ed.) Property Rights and Governance in Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining: Critical Approaches Routledge.

 

Luning & S. (2018) Mining temporalities: Future perspectives. The Extractive Industries and Society 5(2): 281-286.

 

D’Angelo, L., Pijpers (2018) Mining Temporalities. Extractive Industries and the Politics of Time. The Extractive Industries and Society 5 (2): 215-372.

 

Pijpers, R.J. (2016) Mining, expectations and turbulent times: locating accelerated change in rural Sierra Leone. History & Anthropology 27 (5): 504 – 520.

 

Camp E. van de (2016). Artisanal gold mining in Kejetia (Tongo, Northern Ghana): a three-dimensional perspective. Third World Thematics 1(2): 267-283.

 

Luning S.W.J. (2014) The future of artisanal miners from a large-scale perspective: From valued pathfinders to disposable illegals? Futures 62(A): 67-74.

Landscape

Fisher, E., D’Angelo, L., Twongyirwe, R., van de Camp, E. (2020) Uganda: Gold as a (Trans)National Treasure. In: The Global Gold Production System Touching Ground: Expansion, Technological Innovation and Informalization. Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Luning S.W.J. (2020) Burkina Faso: Global Gold Expansion and Local Terrains. In B. Verbrugge, & S. Geenen (Eds.), Global Gold Production Touching Ground: Expansion, Informalization, and Technological Innovation. Palgrave Macmillan. 207-223.

 

Pijpers, R.J. (2018) Territories of contestation: Negotiating mining concessions in Sierra Leone. In Pijpers, R.J. and Eriksen, T.H. (eds). Mining Encounters: Extractive Industries in an Overheated World. London: Pluto Press.


Twongyirwe, R., Mike Bithell, Keith S. Richards (2018) Revisiting the drivers of deforestation in the tropics: Insights from local and key informant perceptions in western Uganda. Journal of Rural Studies 63: 105-119.

 

Pijpers, R.J. (2014) Crops and Carats: Exploring the Interconnectedness of Mining and Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa. Futures 62 (A): 32 – 39.

Brazil

de Theije, M. (2020). Brazil: Forever Informal. In B. Verbrugge, & S. Geenen (Eds.), Global Gold Production Touching Ground: Expansion, Informalization, and Technological Innovation. Palgrave Macmillan. 117-134.

 

Calvimontes, J., Massaro, L., Araujo, C. H. X., Moraes, R. R., Mello, J., Ferreira, L. C. & de Theije, M. (2020) Small-scale gold mining and the COVID-19 pandemic: Conflict and cooperation in the Brazilian Amazon. The Extractive Industries and Society 7(4), 1347-1350. 

 

Massaro, L. & de Theije, M. (2018) Understanding small-scale gold mining practices: An anthropological study on technological innovation in the Vale do Rio Peixoto (Mato Grosso, Brazil). Journal of Cleaner Production. 204, 618-635.

 

Seccatore, J., de Tomi, G. Veiga, M. (2015) Efficiency as a road to sustainability in small scale mining. Materials Science Forum. Trans Tech Publications Ltd. 395-402.

 

Ferreira, L.C. (2004) Dimensões humanas da biodiversidade: mudanças sociais e conflitos em torno de áreas protegidas no Vale do Ribeira, SP, Brasil. Ambiente & sociedade. 7.1: 47-66.

Africa

Lanzano, C., & Arnaldi di Balme, L. (2021). Who owns the mud? Valuable leftovers, sociotechnical innovation and changing relations of production in artisanal gold mining (Burkina Faso). Journal of Agrarian Change: 1-26

 

Ouédraogo, A. (2020) Les détentrices de hangars de traitement de l’or face à la technique de cyanuration (sud-ouest du Burkina Faso). Journal des africanistes 90 (1),158-179.

 

Ouédraogo, A. (2020) De l’« empowerment » des femmes lobi sur les sites d’orpaillage dans le  Sud-Ouest du Burkina Faso. Militance Pour la connaissance des sociétés du Sud-Ouest du Burkina Faso. Hommage à Madeleine Père, coordonné par Yamba Bidima, Michèle Cros et Quentin Mégret, L’Harmattan, 171-180.

 

Fisher, E., D’Angelo, L., Twongyirwe, R., van de Camp, E. (2020). Uganda: Gold as a (Trans)National Treasure. In: The Global Gold Production System Touching Ground: Expansion, Technological Innovation and Informalization. Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Luning S.W.J. (2020) Burkina Faso: Global Gold Expansion and Local Terrains. In B. Verbrugge, & S. Geenen (Eds.), Global Gold Production Touching Ground: Expansion, Informalization, and Technological Innovation. Palgrave Macmillan. 207-223.

 

D’Angelo, L. (2019) God’s Gifts. Destiny, Poverty, and Temporality in the Mines of Sierra Leone. Africa Spectrum 54 (1):  44-60.

 

Van de Camp, E. (2019) Artisanal gold mining in Kejetia (Tongo, Northern Ghana): a three-dimensional perspective. in: C. Huggins (ed.) Property Rights and Governance in Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining: Critical Approaches Routledge.

 

D’Angelo, L. (2018) From traces to carpets: unravelling labour practices in the mines of Sierra Leone. In Micro-Spatial Histories of Global Labour (pp. 313-342). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

 

Lanzano C. (2018) Gold Digging and the Politics of Time: Changing Timescapes of Artisanal Mining in West Africa. The Extractive Industries and Society 5 (2): 253-259

 

Fisher, E. (2018) Solidarities at a distance: Extending Fairtrade gold to east Africa. The Extractive Industries and Society, 5(1), 81-90.

 

Luning, S. and Pijpers, R.J. (2017) Governing access to gold in Ghana: in-depth geopolitics on mining concessions. Africa 87 (4): 758-779.

 

Lanzano C., Arnaldi di Balme L. (2017) Des ‘Puits Burkinabè’ en Haute Guinée: Processus et Enjeux de la Circulation de Savoirs Techniques dans le Secteur Minier Artisanal. Autrepart. Revue de Sciences Sociales au Sud 82: 87-108

 

Pijpers, R.J. (2016) Mining, expectations and turbulent times: locating accelerated change in rural Sierra Leone. History & Anthropology 27 (5): 504 – 520.

 

Van de Camp, E. (2016). Artisanal gold mining in Kejetia (Tongo, Northern Ghana): a three-dimensional perspective. Third World Thematics 1(2): 267-283.

 

Pijpers, R.J. (2014) Crops and Carats: Exploring the Interconnectedness of Mining and Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa. Futures 62 (A): 32 – 39.

Arnaldi di Balme L., Lanzano C. (2013) Entrepreneurs de la frontière » : le rôle des comptoirs privés dans les sites d’extraction artisanale de l’or au Burkina Faso. Dans Politique africaine (N° 131)

 

Fisher, E., Mwaipopo, R., Mutagwaba, W., Nyange, D. and Yaron, G. (2009). The ladder that sends us to wealth”: artisanal mining and poverty reduction in Tanzania. Resources Policy, 34 (1-2). pp. 32-38.

 

Fisher, E. (2007). Occupying the margins: labour integration and social exclusion in artisanal mining in Tanzania. Development and change, 38(4), 735-760.

Covid-19

Pijpers, R.J. & Luning, S. (2021). ‘We have so many challenges’: Small‐scale mining, Covid‐19 and constant interruptions in West Africa. Anthropology Today, 37(2), 10-14

 

Calvimontes, J., Massaro, L., Araujo, C. H. X., Moraes, R. R., Mello, J., Ferreira, L. C. & de Theije, M. (2020) Small-scale gold mining and the COVID-19 pandemic: Conflict and cooperation in the Brazilian Amazon. The Extractive Industries and Society 7(4), 1347-1350. 

Esther van de Camp

Van de Camp, E. (2019) Artisanal gold mining in Kejetia (Tongo, Northern Ghana): a three-dimensional perspective. in: C. Huggins (ed.) Property Rights and Governance in Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining: Critical Approaches Routledge.

 

Van de Camp, E.  (2016) Artisanal gold mining in Kejetia (Tongo, Northern Ghana): a three-dimensional perspective. Third World Thematics 1(2): 267-283.

 

Fisher, E., D’Angelo, L., Twongyirwe, R., van de Camp, E. (2020) Uganda: Gold as a (Trans)National Treasure. In: The Global Gold Production System Touching Ground: Expansion, Technological Innovation and Informalization. Palgrave Macmillan.

Alizèta Ouedraogo

Ouédraogo, A. (2020) Les détentrices de hangars de traitement de l’or face à la technique de cyanuration (sud-ouest du Burkina Faso). Journal des africanistes 90 (1),158-179.

 

Ouédraogo, A. (2020) De l’« empowerment » des femmes lobi sur les sites d’orpaillage dans le  Sud-Ouest du Burkina Faso. Militance Pour la connaissance des sociétés du Sud-Ouest du Burkina Faso. Hommage à Madeleine Père, coordonné par Yamba Bidima, Michèle Cros et Quentin Mégret, L’Harmattan, 171-180.

t2s

Fisher, E., Luning, S., D’Angelo, L., Araujo, C. H., de Balme, L. A., Calvimontes, J., … & Twongyirwe, R. (2021). Transforming matters: sustaining gold lifeways in artisanal and small-scale mining. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 49, 190-200.