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University of Calgary Press Spring 2019

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Calgary Institute for the Humanities 3
Intertwined Histories
Plants in Their Social Contexts
1st edition
Edited by: Jim Ellis
9781773850900 Paperback, Trade English General Trade NATURE / Plants / General May 31, 2019
$29.99 CAD
Forthcoming 7 x 9 x 0.5 in 120 pages Colour pictures, figures, photos, notes University of Calgary Press
How do we understand the boundaries of individual creatures?

What are the systems of interdependency that bind all living creatures together?

Plants were among the the first to colonize the planet. They created the soil and the atmosphere that made life possible for animals. They are some of the largest and oldest life forms on Earth. In spite of their primacy, Western cultures have traditionally regarded plants as the lowest life forms, lacking mobility, sensation, and communication.But recent research argues that plants move and respond to their environment, communicate with each other, and form partnerships with other species.

In this fascinating, beautiful collection, art, poetry, and essays by cultural anthropologists, experimental plant biologists, philosophers, botanists and foresters expose the complex interactions of the vibrant living world around us and give us a lens through which we can explore our intertwined histories.

Jim Ellis is Professor of English and Director of the Calgary Institute for the Humanities at the University of Calgary. He has written widely on art, literature, and film.


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