For our second class of Cultural Ecology 2020 there were two readings:

We finished the Ingold chapter that we began discussing during the first class and then moved into the Brody reading.

In the third class we read Ingold chapter 2 and continued with Brody.

For parallel material in Cultural Ecology 2017, see Sentient Ecology.

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

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