Nature Performed: Environment, Culture and Performance
April 2004, Wiley-Blackwell
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Introduction (Bronislaw Szerszynski, Wallace Heim and Claire Waterton).
Part I: Making Worlds.
Performances and Constitutions Of Natures: A Consideration Of The Performance Of Lay Geographies (David Crouch).
Ritual Theory and The Environment (Ronald Grimes).
A Passionate Pursuit: Foxhunting As Performance (Garry Marvin).
Part II: Living Here.
Green Distinctions: The Performance Of Identity Among Environmental Activists (Dave Horton).
Performing Safety In Faulty Environments (Peter Simmons).
Public Participation As The Performance Of Nature (Stephen Healy).
Part III: Embodying Abstraction.
Performing The Classification Of Nature (Claire Waterton).
Performing Facts: Finding A Way Over Scotland’s Mountains (Hayden Lorimer and Katrin Lund).
Performing Place In Nature Reserves (Matt Watson).
Part IV: Unsettling Life.
Feral Ecologies: Performing Life On The Colonial Periphery (Nigel Clark).
Slow Activism. Homelands, Love, and The Lightbulb (Wallace Heim).
Technology, Performance and Life Itself: Hannah Arendt and The Fate Of Nature (Bronislaw Szerszynski).
Notes of Contributors.