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Michael R. Dove is the Margaret K. Musser Professor of Social Ecology in the School of the Environment at Yale University. He is also a professor of anthropology and curator of anthropology at Yale's Peabody Museum. Prior to joining the faculty at Yale in 1997, he was a senior fellow and affiliated faculty member of the East-West Center at the University of Hawaii and among the first cohort of Agrarian Studies Postdoctoral Fellows in 1991. In this interview, Dove discusses his interaction with the Agrarian Studies Program over the years; its impact on him in all facets of his scholarly work; the unparalleled role of James C. Scott in the social sciences; and the importance of Agrarian Studies at Yale over the last three decades and into the future.

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