22. Writing

For Cultural Ecology 2020 we read:

  • Ingold, “Speech, writing and the modern origins of ‘language origins’” (392-405)
  • Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet (Monsters, M141-167)

Image Credit: Parker Lab: Ecology and Evolution of Plant Populations

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