Culture, Nature, Environment

We began Cultural Ecology 2017 with the first half of chapter 1, “Culture, nature, environment” in Tim Ingold’s The Perception of the Environment: Essays on Livelihood, Dwelling and Skill.

This was for Cultural Ecology 2017. For the version that began Cultural Ecology 2020, see the first class on Life.

In 2022 I revisited this material for a course on the History of Anthropological Thought:


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