AQs Shorts: Tania Li

In the second video for our interview series AQs Shorts, Tania Li reflects on the nature of ‘development’ ensuing as a result of corporate plantations and agribusinesses, on the question of ‘surplus populations’ and smallholders for the agrarian question, and class differentiation – all drawing on her work on oil palm plantations in Indonesia.

Tania Li teaches in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Toronto.



You can watch her full talk at the Agrarian Change Seminar series here:

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