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Nature, Culture, and History represents the combination of imaginative insight, personal experience, scholarly depth, and philosophical wisdom at its best. -Paul Gordon Lauren, Regents Professor, University of Montana. eISBN: 978-0-8248-6372-2. Subjects: History, Sociology
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Varat lejupielādēt grāmatu Nature, Culture and History: The "Knowing" of. .This text places Oceania in a broad global and intellectual context and explores the meeting of two perceived entities - the west and Pacific peoples.
Varat lejupielādēt grāmatu Nature, Culture and History: The "Knowing" of Oceania lasīšanai bezsaistē un iezīmēt tekstu, pievienot grāmatzīmes vai veikt piezīmes lasīšanas laikā. It incorporates such diverse topics as notions of paradise, human destiny, technology, knowing, colonialism, racism, gender, and more. Vairāk no: K. R. Howe.
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Many have told us this book could only have been written by Boomers, which indeed your authors are (from the 1947 and 1951 cohorts).
We say, in effect, that this dynamic repeats itself. This is reason enough to make history important: For if the future replays the past, so too must the past anticipate the future. By nature, we all want to believe in an unvarying lifecycle; this makes life more predictable and hence more manageable. That is not, however, how generations work. Many have told us this book could only have been written by Boomers, which indeed your authors are (from the 1947 and 1951 cohorts).
I also like the 'patterns' between cultures and historical development; they . Charles A. Desnoyers is Professor of History and Director of Asian Studies at La Salle University.
I also like the 'patterns' between cultures and historical development; they place everything within a wide context. The authors keep their approach consistent throughout the chapters, which supplements my lectures nicely. -AnnaMarie Vallis, California State University, Fresno. The book elevates the level of discourse, and makes students aware that there are higher levels of understanding facts. -Gilmar Visoni, Queensborough Community College show more. About Associate Professor of History Peter Von Sivers.
A Cultural History of Climate Change shows that the humanities are not simply a late-arriving appendage to Earth System science, to help in the work of translation. These essays offer distinctive insights into how and why humans reason and imagine their ‘weather-worlds’ (Ingold, 2010). We learn about the interpenetration of climate and culture and are prompted to think creatively about different ways in which the idea of climate change can be conceptualised and acted upon beyond merely ‘saving the planet’. Professor Mike Hulme, King's College London, in Green Letters.
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In the book The New Cultural History . The population in question is culture, and by studying the various roots of power and reasons for it within a specific culture, it is possible to write a respected and valid history of that culture. 20 people found this helpful.
Each essay is by a cultural historian of some degree, and each excerpt builds upon and carries out the notion of cultural history itself.