Commodity frontiers are a useful way to think about the expansion and rearticulation of capitalist modes of production across the globe. A weakness of this approach is to miss deeper histories of colonialism and domination at the sites of the metaphorical frontier. This commentary thinks through DinÃ© relationship with sheep to think through how livestock often contains older relationships that transcend colonial limitations.
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