2009

Soil and Culture

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ISBN: 978-90-481-2959-1 (Print) 978-90-481-2960-7 (Online)

Table of contents (28 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xx

  2. Soil and the Visual Arts

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      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-21

      The Representation of Soil in the Western Art: From Genesis to Pedogenesis

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      Pages 23-36

      Deforestation and Erosion Captured in Historical Art of the Pearl River Delta Region, China

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      Pages 37-43

      Transcendental Aspects of Soil in Contemporary Visual Arts

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      Pages 45-66

      Merging Horizons—Soil Science and Soil Art

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      Pages 67-82

      Soil Colors, Pigments and Clays in Paintings

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      Pages 83-105

      In a Supporting Role: Soil and the Cinema

  3. Under my feet—Soil presence and perspectives in the work of four contemporary visual artists

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      Pages 108-108

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      Pages 109-119

      Dig Deeper

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      Pages 121-131

      Creating Fiber Art with Soil and Rust

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      Pages 133-145

      Soil, Subsoil, Priming and Architectural Design

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      Pages 147-165

      Art by the Ground

  4. Soil and Soul: Literature and Philosophy

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      Pages 168-168

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      Pages 169-172

      To Join the Real and the Mental Place: The Written Earth

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      Pages 173-204

      “Pochveniks”—“The Poets of The Soil”: The Geological School of 20th Century Poetry in Leningrad, USSR (St. Petersburg, Russia)

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      Pages 205-226

      The Soil Scientist’s Hidden Beloved: Archetypal Images and Emotions in the Scientist’s Relationship with Soil

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      Pages 227-238

      Comprehending Soil within the Context of the Land Community

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      Pages 239-257

      Core Samples of the Sublime—On the Aesthetics of Dirt

  5. Perspectives on Soil by Indigenous and Ancient Cultures

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      Pages 260-260

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      Pages 261-276

      European Religious Cultivation of the Soil

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      Pages 277-286

      “Rock – Stone” and “Soil – Earth”: Indigenous Views of Soil Formation and Soil Fertility in the West Indies

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      Pages 287-309

      Mobilizing Farmers’ Knowledge of the Soil

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      Pages 311-327

      Ancient Maya Perceptions of Soil, Land, and Earth

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      Pages 329-339

      The Soil Memory: Case Study of a Protohistoric Archaeological Site in Senegal

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