19. Art

For this class with readings on art, I had hoped to be able to take students to the Yager Museum Exhibition of Indigenous Art. This exhibition featured work by Cathie Jamieson and Luke Swinson.

The readings for Cultural Ecology 2020 were:

  • Ingold, “Totemism, animism and the depiction of animals” (111-131)
  • Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet (Monsters, M71-106)

I have been unable to update this page with class notes, but current students can access the course on D2L for a PowerPoint.

Note also that I make reference to Scott Gilbert’s chapter on “Holobiont by Birth” in the next class on Complexity.

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