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Lagoonscapes. Vol. 2, n. 1 - June 2022. Humanities, Ecocriticism and Multispecies Relations. Proceedings (part II)

Lagoonscapes. Vol. 2, n. 1 - June 2022. Humanities, Ecocriticism and Multispecies Relations. Proceedings (part II)


This issue concludes the journey – physical, psychological, emotional, and, as scholars, intellectual – that started in Spring 2020 with the preparation of the international conference, Humanities, Ecocriticism and Multispecies Relations, hosted by Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Italy, on 28-29 September 2020.

Table of Contents:


Learning with Others: Multispecies Relations
Across Time, Space, and Crisis
Deborah Nadal, Eleanor Peers

“Everybody Knew Čuoppomáddu Stories”.
On Human/Other‑Than-Human Relations in Stuornjárga as Revealed Through the Márka‑Sámi Toponyms
Erika De Vivo

Ante-Litteram One Health in India
Three Examples of Community-Based Debate and Action on Multispecies Wellbeing
Deborah Nadal

On Thin Ice
Nenets Reindeer Herders’ Changing Perception of their Environment After Conversion to Evangelical Christianity
Laur Vallikivi

What’s in a Model? Shifting Multispecies Relationships in Sakha (Yakutia)
Eleanor Peers

Yolngu Country as a Multidimensional
Tangle of Relationships
How ‘Everything is Linked to One Another’
Franca Tamisari

From sagua’a to Ox-Dollars
Cattle and Human Assemblages in the Paraguayan Chaco
Valentina Bonifacio, Alessandro Maresca

Correspondences for the Forest of Fiemme
Multispecies Relations in the Aftermath of Vaia Disaster
Nicola Martellozzo

Are Stones Living?
Nadia Breda


Nadal, Deborah (Editor)
Peers, Eleanor (Editor)


Edizioni Ca’ Foscari - Venice University Press




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• Cattle domestication • Bishnois • Living beings • Plantationocene • Vaia storm • Stones’ gatherers • Conversion • Ontology • North Australia • Linguistic landscape • Totemism • Plastic pollution • Animism • Indigenous art • Other‑than‑human entities • Paraguayan Chaco • Vulture crisis • Nenets • Yhyakh • Márka‑Sámi identity • Indigenous Sámi worldviews • Ethics • Northeast Arnhem Land • Navigation • India • Ontologies • Yolngu people • Temporal conjuncture • Ontology of connectivity • Multispecies relationship • One Health • Sakha (Yakutia) • Ferality • Non-human correspondences • Community values • Indigenous Sámi values • Siberia • Mineral and aquatic world • Multispecies kinship • Evangelical Christianity • Fiemme valley • Multispecies relation • Australian Indigenous country

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• Lagoonscapes. Venezia, Edizioni Ca’ Foscari - Venice University Press, 2022-07-27, 176 p.


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