Sacred Landscapes and Cultural Politics: Planting a Tree (Edited by Philip P. Arnold & Ann Grodzins Gold) soon to be presented for sale on the wonderful BookLovers of Bath web site!
Published: Aldershot, Burlington, Singapore & Sydney: Ashgate, 2001, Hardback.
Contains: Black & white photographs;
From the cover: How do people in different cultural worlds think about relationships with nature? How do religious ideas become formative of landscape? How can indigenous traditions inform current cultural debates?
This book explores ways in which religious perceptions and cultural values affect our understandings of relationships with nature and our actions in and upon the environment. Drawi…
In the Vitality of Indigenous Religions series.
Pictorial boards. [XIX] 203 pages. Bibliography. 9¼” x 6¼”.
Of course, if you don’t like this one, may I draw your attention to more books in my Political catalogue?