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University of PennsylvaniaScholarlyCommonsUndergraduate Humanities Forum 2016-2017:TranslationPenn Humanities Forum Undergraduate ResearchFellows5-2017The Insidious Network: Translating the InvasiveBiology of the Cuban Marabú Tree into a Modelfor Radical PoliticsGerardo Cedillo ServinFollow this and additional works at:https://repository.upenn.edu/uhf_2017Part of theArts and Humanities CommonsThis paper was part of the 2016-2017 Penn Humanities Forum on Translation. Find out more athttp://wolfhumanities.upenn.edu/annual-topics/translation.This paper is posted at ScholarlyCommons.https://repository.upenn.edu/uhf_2017/8For more information, please [email protected] The Insidious Network: Translating the Invasive Biology of the CubanMarabú Tree into a Model for Radical PoliticsAbstractA species native to Africa, the marabú tree was accidentally transported to Cuba in the form of seeds thetransatlantic slave trade. Since then, it has been described as a weed that hinders a...