Sentient Ecology

For the second class of Cultural Ecology 2017, we finished the chapter on “Culture, nature, environment” in Tim Ingold’s Perception of the Environment: Essays on Livelihood, Dwelling and Skill. We also began Hugh Brody’s classic Maps and Dreams: Indians and the British Columbia Frontier.

This material was for Cultural Ecology 2017. The first class introduced the Culture, Nature, Environment and the next class tackled the paradox of Rational Foraging.

For parallel material in Cultural Ecology 2020, see the class on Revelation.


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