Narrating Landscapes

How the traces of the past, present, and future show up for us in the landscape when we pay attention, and listen.

The Semiotics of Powerful Places

Rock Art and Landscape Relations in the Sierra Tarahumara, Mexico 2011 Journal of Anthropological Research 67(3):387-420 “Situated in places rich in symbolism, relationship, affect, and embodied history, the semiotics of rock art are interpreted and re-invented by contemporary Rarámuri, non-Rarámuri locals, tourists, and anthropologists. Rock art provokes narratives of local history, past interactions with other peoples …

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