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Recording Near is a personal and philosophical exploration of what it means to recognize and communicate the multiple values of nature (known in this piece through the sacred, more-than-human world) through documentary filmmaking and photography. Specifically, this paper looks at how these values can be accessed through fishing and uses the philosophical frameworks of Heidegger, Synder and Berry.
Documentary films -- Oregon, Imnaha River (Or.), Nez Perce Indians -- Fishing, Storytelling -- Methodology -- Documentary, Martin Heidegger (889-1976) -- Philosophy, Gary Snyder (1930- ), Wendel Berry (1943- ) -- Essays selections, Fishing -- Philosophy, Whitman College 2014 -- Dissertation collection -- Environmental Humanities
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Bernstein, Faith Estroff, "Recording near: environmental compassion through photography and film" (2014). Honors Theses. 187.
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