There’s No Home Like Place
with Mary Lynne Evans
Cultures around the world identify certain geographical areas and places as ultimately important - where the world began; where all governmental actions involving an entire country must take place; sacred mountains and rivers which must not be climbed or altered; caves where enlightenment is given - essentially a culturally recognized home base for an entire people. We will investigate some of these, hear from indigenous people their stories and report on our own unexplainable sense of a place speaking to us. Textbook; Barry Lopez, The Rediscovery of North America. Vintage Books 1992. (A small, cheap, charming collection of essays presented as the Thomas D. Clark lectures for 1990). In Person, Room B4 Tuesdays: 9:15 - 10:45 *Please Note: Class begins Tuesday Jan 17th and there will be an optional field trip on Tuesday March 7th Class Limit: 20
- Started Jan 17Started Jan 17
- 40 US dollars$40
- In Person
Class fees will be refunded 100% if an instructor cancels class or a student drops before the second meeting of the class.
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