Hollow and Home: A History of Self and Place

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"Hollow and Home explores the ways the primary places in our lives shape the individuals we become. It proposes that place is a complex and dynamic phenomenon. Place refers to geographical and constructed places-- location, topography, landscape, and buildings. It also refers to the psychological, social, and cultural influences at work at a given location. These elements act in concert to constitute a place. Carlisle incorporates perspectives from writers like Edward S. Casey, Christian Norberg-Schulz, Yi-Fu Tuan, and ...

Hollow and Home: A History of Self and Place 2017, West Virginia University Press

ISBN-13: 9781943665822

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Hollow and Home: A History of Self and Place 2017, West Virginia University Press

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