Full title: The Ecology of Perception: Landscapes in Culture and Nature
To be arranged: Feb. 6-7, 2009 - Tartu
Location: Domus Dorpatensis, Raekoja Plats (Town Hall Square)
The program, which will span over around 15 workshop hours, will include various discussion sessions.
Titles of presentations:
David Abram (major talk): "Earth and Awareness: The Land´s Elemental Moods"
David Abram (minor talk): "Depth Ecology: The Visible and Invisible Landscape"
Kalevi Kull: "On Consortia, Umwelten, and Biophony"
Kati Lindström: "Perceptual Markers in Landscapes - Estonian and Japanese Examples"
Renata Sõukand: "Estonian Herbscape"
Morten Tønnessen: "Wolf land. The Phenomenal World of Wolves on the Scandinavian Peninsula"
Wendy Wheeler: "With Environment in Mind"
Opening words by Morten Tønnessen, closing words by Kati Lindström.
The workshop is organized as part of the research project "The Cultural Heritage of Environmental Spaces. A Comparative Analysis Between Estonia and Norway", grant no. EEA--ETF Grant EMP 54, in cooperation with the project "Neolithisation and Modernisation: Landscape History on the East Asian Inland Seas" (Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto - here represented by Kati Lindström).