6. Domestic

For Cultural Ecology 2019 there are two readings:

  • Ingold, “Making things, growing plants, raising animals, and bringing up children” (77-88)
  • Brody, Maps and Dreams (214-255)

These readings took off from the previous class on Herding and link to the next class which finishes Brody.


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