4 edition of Ecologies found in the catalog.
by David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago in Chicago, Ill
|Statement||Mark Dion, Peter Fend, Dan Peterman.|
|Contributions||Fend, Peter., Peterman, Dan, 1960-, David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||144 p. :|
|Number of Pages||144|
Mind Ecologies is wide-ranging and timely both as a contribution to today's philosophy of cognitive science and as a reminder of historical antecedents. This work will amplify and improve upon recent attempts to show that pragmatism and phenomenological philosophy are relevant to today’s sciences of the mind. Countermapping the geospatial footprint of the U.S. Department of Defense to reveal the making, unmaking, and remaking of a vast military-logistical landscape. This book is not about war, nor is it a history of war. Avoiding the shock and awe of wartime images, it explores the contemporary spatial configurations of power camouflaged in the infrastructures, environments, and scales of .
The values of those environmentally conscious, determined women in Alicia Carroll’s engaging New Women Ecologies are uncannily familiar—green ecology, biodiversity, interconnectedness of people, plants, air, and water, independence from imported goods and (male) corporate structures. However, our own moment has had to rediscover those values as Carroll allows us . A "dirty materialist" ride through the media cultures of pirate radio, photography, the Internet, media art, cultural evolution, and surveillance. In Media Ecologies, Matthew Fuller asks what happens when media systems interact. Complex objects such as media systems—understood here as processes, or elements in a composition as much as "things"—have become .
Among his many books are A Critic Writes (California, ) and Theory and Design in the First Machine Age (). Anthony Vidler is Professor and Chair of Art History at the University of California, Los Angeles. His most recent book is Warped Space: Art, Architecture, and Anxiety in Modern Culture ().4/5(1). Reyner Banham examined the built environment of Los Angeles in a way no architectural historian before him had done, looking with fresh eyes at its manifestations of popular taste and industrial ingenuity, as well as its more traditional modes of residential and commercial building. His construct of four ecologies examined the ways Angelenos relate to .
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The book's starting point is the growing role that information has played in industrial economies since the s and especially in the last thirty years. It is an attempt to identify ecology of thinking and by: Extending the definition of ecology to encompass social relations and human subjectivity as well as environmental concerns, The Three Ecologies argues that the ecological crises that threaten our planet are the direct result of the expansion of a new form of capitalism and that a new ecosophical approach must be found which respects the differences between all living systems/5(7).
With its proposals for individual and institutional learning in the 21st century and concerns for our sustainability in a fragile world, Ecologies for Learning and Practice is an Ecologies book guide for all who seek to encourage and facilitate learning in a world that is fundamentally ecological in : Ronald Barnett, Norman Jackson.
This book presents the results of this research and with it constructs a generative view of space and structure and the exploration of behaviour based 4/5(1). Book Description. Ecologies for Learning and Practice provides the first systematic account of the ideas of learning ecologies and ecologies of practice and locates the two concepts within the context of our contemporary world.
It focuses on how individuals and society are being presented with all manner of learning challenges arising from fluidities and disruptions, which extend. Liberation Ecologies brings together some of the most exciting theorists in the field to explore the impact of political ecology in today's developing by: punctum books is a non-profit, public benefit corporation registered in California, USA.
The past two decades have witnessed a resurgence. of ecological ideas and ecological thinking. in discussions of urbanism, society, culture, and design. The field of ecology has moved. from classical determinism and a reductionist. Newtonian concern with stability, certainty, and order in favor of more contemporary/5(22).
Even though Banham's book was written in the early '70's, it remains a cogent view of a metropolis that has changed yet remained the same. It is a place, yes a real place, that is defined by geography and the various cultures of its inhabitants to a unique by: Peter Reyner Banham () was a prolific architectural critic and writer best known for his theoretical treatise "Theory and Design in the First Machine Age", and his book "Los Angeles: The Architecture of Four Ecologies" in which he categorized the Angelean experience into four ecological models (Surfurbia, Foothills, The Plains of Id, and /5.
Extending the definition of ecology to encompass social relations and human subjectivity as well as environmental concerns, The Three Ecologies argues that the ecological crises that threaten our planet are the direct result of the expansion of a new form of capitalism and that a new ecosophical approach must be found which respects the differences between /5(2).
The first edited collection to bring ecocritical studies into a necessary dialogue with postcolonial literature, this volume offers rich and suggestive ways to explore the relationship between humans and nature around the globe, drawing from texts from Africa and the Caribbean, as well as the Pacific Islands and South Asia.
Turning to contemporary works by both well. Three Cultural Ecologies reverses common conceptions of modern architecture. It reveals how selected works of two modern architects, Le Corbusier and Frank Lloyd Wright, embraced environmental and cultural conditions as reciprocal and complementary.
A basic premise of this book’s arguments is that. UW Mailbox Seattle, WA Fax: () Email: [email protected] Publisher for the University of Washington Member of the Association of University Presses.
The Three Ecologies book. Read 25 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Extending the definition of ecology to encompass social relatio /5. Inescapable Ecologies book.
Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Among the most far-reaching effects of the modern environmenta 4/5. At the beginning of the 21st century, the environment and the future of development continue to be issues of crucial importance. Most explanations of environmental crisis emphasize the role of population growth, thus focusing their attention on the poor.
By comparison, Liberation Ecologies elaborates a political-economic /5. Environment, Development and Social Movements. Liberation Ecologies.
DOI link for Liberation Ecologies. Liberation Ecologies book. Environment, Development and Social Movements. Edited By Richard Peet, Michael Watts.
At the beginning of the 21st century, the environment and the future of development continue to be issues of crucial importance. Most explanations of environmental crisis emphasize the role of population growth, thus focusing their attention on the poor.
By comparison, Liberation Ecologies elaborates a political-economic explanation drawing from the most recent advances in social 4/5(1).Even though Banham's book was written in the early '70's, it remains a cogent view of a metropolis that has changed yet remained the same. It is a place, yes a real place, that is defined by geography and the various cultures of its inhabitants to a unique degree.4/5(22).'Homicidal Ecologies is a pathbreaking account of the tragic surge in violence in post-civil war Central America.
Yashar breaks new theoretical ground in explaining how criminal violence is related to illicit economies, state capacities, and organizational competition over territorial enclaves and transportation by: 2.