Graduation Year

2011

Date of Thesis Acceptance

Fall 5-11-2011

Major Department or Program

Environmental Humanities

Advisor(s)

Don Snow; Mare Blocker

Abstract

This book attempts to make plain a disjointed relationship between two disparate calendrical traditions that intersect in a singular place, through the varying image-making processes we adopt in order to express our ecological perspectives. The book is a calendar; the place is the American West.

Page Count

55

Subject Headings

Indians of North America -- Northwest, Indigenous peoples -- America, Ecology -- Seasonal change, Calendar art, Calendar -- History, Calendars -- Making, West (U.S), Columbia Plateau -- History, Food -- America -- Culture, Seasons in art, Art objects, Art, Whitman College 2011 -- Dissertation collection -- Environmental Humanities

Permanent URL

http://hdl.handle.net/10349/1025

Document Type

Whitman Community Accessible Thesis

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