By Judith Miggelbrink, Joachim Otto Habeck, Peter Koch
This quantity is dedicated to facets of area that experience up to now been mostly unexplored. How house is perceived and cognised has been mentioned from various stances, yet there are few analyses of nomadic techniques to spatiality. neither is there a enough variety of reports on indigenous interpretations of area, regardless of the significance of territory and position in definitions of indigeneity. on the intersection of geography and anthropology, the authors of this quantity mix common reflections on spatiality with case reviews from the Circumpolar North and different nomadic settings.Spatial perceptions and practices were profoundly reworked through new applied sciences in addition to through new modes of social and political interplay. How do those alterations play out within the daily lives, identifications and political tasks of nomadic and indigenous people?This query has been broached from likely divergent stances:spatial cognition, at the one hand, and construction of house, at the different. Bringing those techniques jointly, this quantity re-aligns different strings of scholarship on spatiality, making them appropriate and suitable for indigenous and nomadic conceptualizations of area, position and territory.
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