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Using the rich and vital Australian Aboriginal understanding of country as a model, People and Places of Nature and Culture affirms the importance of a sustainable relationship between nature and culture. While current thought includes the mistaken notion—perpetuated by natural history, ecology, and political economy—that humans have a mastery over the Earth, this book demonstrates the problems inherent in this view. In the current age of climate change, this is an important appraisal of the relationship between nature and culture, and a projection of what needs to change if we want to achieve environmental stability.

About the Author

Rod Giblett is director of the Centre for Research in Entertainment, Arts, Technology Education, and Communications at Edith Cowan University in Australia.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements

Preface: From Sustainability to Symbiosis

Part I: Cultural Nature

Chapter 1: The Nature of Natures and the Cultures of Natures

Chapter 2: Is the Public Sphere to the Biosphere as Culture is to Nature (as Male is to Female?)

Part II: Landscape Aesthetics

Chapter 3: Natures Fairest Forms: Aesthetics of Nature

Chapter 4: Pleasing Prospects Revistad: The Gentlemans Park Estate

Part III: Colonial Country

Chapter 5: Home in the Wilds: Wild(er)ness as a Cultural Category

Chapter 6: Riding Roughshod Over It: Mateship Against the Bush

Part IV: National Parklands

Chapter 7: Nature Sanctuarized: ‘Our National Parks as Modern Cathedrals

Chapter 8: Sites and Rights of Enjoyment: Nature and Native Title in National Parks

Part V: Industrial Land Use

Chapter 9: Eating Earth: Mining and Gluttony

Chapter 10: Kings in Kimberley Watercourses and Wetlands: Sadism and Pastorialism

Part VI: Land Symbiotics

Chapter 11: ‘We are the Land Ourselves: Aboriginal Country is a Cultural Landscape

Chapter 12: Home is Here: Livelihood, Bioregion and Symbiosis

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Index

Product Details

ISBN:
9781841504018
Author:
Giblett, Rod
Publisher:
Intellect (UK)
Subject:
Anthropology - Cultural
Subject:
Nature Studies-General
Subject:
Nature : General
Subject:
Social Science : Anthropology - Cultural
Edition Description:
Paperback
Series:
Intellect Books - Cultural Studies of Natures, Landscapes and Environments
Publication Date:
20110431
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
278
Dimensions:
9 x 7 x 0.8 in

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