Gregory Reck

Gregory Reck is research professor of anthropology at Appalachian State University, US. He has conducted sociocultural research in rural Nepal, Mexico and India.
Gregory Reck
Gregory Reck is research professor of anthropology at Appalachian State University, US. He has conducted sociocultural research in rural Nepal, Mexico and India.

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Opinion | The real tragedy behind the Everest traffic jam: climate catastrophe and the capitalist malaise at the heart of contemporary life

Everest is one in a long list of indigenous holy sites that have become commodified and sold to the wealthy. While these experiences are packaged as a chance to get closer to nature, the underlying theme is of conquest.

9 Jun 2019 - 9:32AM

Everest is one in a long list of indigenous holy sites that have become commodified and sold to the wealthy. While these experiences are packaged as a chance to get closer to nature, the underlying theme is of conquest.

The real tragedy behind the Everest traffic jam: climate catastrophe and the capitalist malaise at the heart of contemporary life