Place-based Learning for the Plate (Heftet)

Hunting, Foraging and Fishing for Food

Serie: Environmental Discourses in Science Education 6

Innbinding: Heftet
Utgivelsesår: 2021
Antall sider: 201
Forlag: Springer Nature Switzerland AG
Språk: Engelsk
Serienummer: 6
ISBN/EAN: 9783030428167
Kategori: Pedagogikk , Kulturhistorie , Politikk og samfunn , Naturvitenskap og Psykologi
Omtale Place-based Learning for the Plate
This edited volume explores 21st century stories of hunting, foraging, and fishing for food as unique forms of place-based learning. Through the authors' narratives, it reveals complex social and ecological relationships while readers sample the flavors of foraging in Portland, Oregon; feel some of what it's like to grow up hunting and gathering as a person of Oglala Lakota and Shoshone-Bannock descent; track the immersive process of learning to communicate with rocky mountain elk; encounter a road-killed deer as a spontaneous source of local meat, and more.
Other topics in the collection connect place, food, and learning to issues of identity, activism, spirituality, food movements, conservation, traditional and elder knowledge, and the ethics related to eating the more-than-human world. This volume will bring lively discussion to courses on place-based learning, food studies, environmental education, outdoor recreation, experiential education, holistic learning, human dimensions of natural resource management, sustainability, food systems, environmental ethics, and others.

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