LANGSCAPE MAGAZINE, Volume 6, Issue 1, SUMMER 2017

Through a Different Lens: The Art and Science of Biocultural Diversity



 

Table of Contents



Editorial

Ideas

Knowing How You Are Related to All Creation: A Sculpture Garden of Native Science and Learning
Rose Thater Braan-Imai

Repairing the Broken Arrow: Rebuilding Cultural Identity Through Art and Language
Barbara Derrick

In Praise of Negentropy: Art and the Micropolitics of Biocultural Diversity
Rosa Caterina Bosch Rubio

Reflections

At the Edge of the Region: Where Science and Art Meet in a Storied North Queensland Landscape
Michael Davis

Educational Intelligence: Learning About Place and Country Through Aboriginal Art and Activism in Sydney, Australia
Stephen Houston

Thinking Like Fire: The Biocultural Art of Firelighting
Hilary Vidalakis

Dispatches

People and Plants: Sustaining Agrobiodiversity Through Art and Science in Zimbabwe
Saori Ogura

Gloriously Entwined: Nature and Culture, Art and Agriculture
Eliza Smith

When Art Beats Science: Saving Tree Kangaroos with Song and Dance in Papua New Guinea
Jean Thomas

Listening to Country: Language, Art, and Conservation in Coastal Queensland, Australia
Colleen Corrigan

We Feed the World: Photographing Traditional Knowledge in the Kalix Communities of Northern Sweden
Francesca Price and Clare Benson

Action

People Mapping: Visualizing Sense of Place for Decision Making
Barbara Dovarch

Pipelines and the Poetics of Place: Bringing a Fuller Set of Values into Environmental Assessments
Nigel Haggan

Of Cassowaries and Men: Mapping Indigenous Knowledge Networks to Empower Biocultural Conservation in New Guinea
William Thomas with Chris Leberknight

One Square Meter: Wool Art Honors the Biocultural Diversity of Mobile Pastoralists
Liza Zogib, Divya Venkatesh, Sandra Spissinger, and Concha Salguero

Web Extra

Video: Sign in to view “Anna and Eliza,” an extension of Eliza Smith’s article

Photo gallery: “People Mapping” photos complementing Barbara Dovarch’s article