PhD candidate Katherine McNally has published “Ghost Net,” based on her dissertation research, in Anthropology News. Her work connects the circulation and present-day effects of ghost nets in Newfoundland to ongoing legacies of colonialism, exploitation, and extraction in North American fisheries. Also a visual artist, McNally features her paintings in the article.
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Image by Katherine McNally via Anthropology News
Thousands of lost nets drift across our oceans. They are a sign of a desire for volume over quality and care—for our planet and for fishing communities.