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Plant kin : a multispecies ethnography in indigenous Brazil / Theresa L. Miller.

Author/Creator:
Miller, Theresa L. (Theresa Lynn), 1985- author.
Publication:
Austin : University of Texas Press, 2019.
Format/Description:
Book
297 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates ; 23 cm.
Edition:
First edition.
Series:
Louann Atkins Temple women & culture series
Louann Atkins Temple women & culture series
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Subjects:
Canella Indians -- Ethnobotany.
Cerrado ecology -- Brazil.
Sustainable living -- Brazil.
Human-plant relationships -- Brazil.
Traditional ecological knowledge -- Brazil.
Cerrado ecology.
Human-plant relationships.
Sustainable living.
Traditional ecological knowledge.
Brazil.
Contents:
Introduction : sensory ethnobotany in the Anthropocene
Indigenous landscape aesthetics in the changing Cerrado
Those who love gardens : human-environment engagements in past and present
Educating affection : becoming gardener parents
Naming plant children : ethnobotanical classification as childcare
Shamans and plants : friendship, seduction, and mediating danger
Conclusion : people, plants, and wellbeing in the twenty-first century.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN:
9781477317402
1477317406
9781477317396
1477317392
9781477317419
9781477317426
OCLC:
1019853660