Landscape Citizenships – Book Talk

The book Landscape Citizenships, edited by Tim Waterman, Jane Wolff, and Ed Wall, challenges assumptions that landscape and citizenship belong in different intellectual arenas. Its fourteen essays question and counter narrowly defined relationships among people, places, and states; together, they examine and illuminate conditions where people belong to a place—and to other people connected to that place—in ways that transcend and refute structures of political belonging.

This book talk is a conversation among Landscape Citizenships’ three editors and contributors Anna Antonova (Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society), James Bird (Daniels Faculty), and Danika Cooper (University of Calfornia, Berkeley).

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