Issue 33, August - October 2004
Ecological Humanities Corner.
Thanks to all our readers and writers for a terrific response to the invitation to contribute to the Ecological Humanities Corner in the Australian Humanities Review. We are particularly delighted with the breadth of interest.
For this issue, we are offering two papers on the relationships between humanity and nature. Freya Mathews invites us to re-think the meaning of the concept of nature and gives us philosophical analysis and practical advice for reshaping our lives. George Main draws on his deep encounters with Australian farmers and agricultural landscapes to analyse some of the roots of deteriorating ecological integrity. He offers us the inspiring alternative of ‘regenerative agriculture’.
Would you like to join the conversation?
Next papers will be considered mid-October 2004.
Deborah Rose and Libby Robin
Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies
Australian National University, Canberra
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
In Australian Humanities Review, see also
The Ecological Humanities in Action: An Invitation from Deborah Rose
the Ecological Humanities archive
Please feel free to contribute to this discourse.
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