Tag Archives: Nature

Consuming Nature

Consuming is part of life. Humans need to consume food and oxygen in order to go on having a body. But after reading Jennifer Price’s essay “Looking for Nature at The Mall,” I was focused on a different kind of … Continue reading

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I <3 Attenborough

I love nature videos, nature blogs, nature magazines, nature books. I especially like gigantic nature books. I used to keep them in my classroom, and when students opened them, the human body, a coral reef, the crab nebula, or a … Continue reading

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Landscape Measurements and Democracy

Circular Irrigation Trace. 14 x 20″ ┬áJames Corner Measurements are the means by which people see their surroundings, henceforth their landscape. ┬áMeasurements are inherently quantifiable through traditional definition but is also qualitative as in determining what is “good,” “just,” or … Continue reading

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