This study combines tangible evidence of an important historical event, and speaks to the intangible qualities of the time through the telling of the everyday life of the people. Guanacaste-Cultural-Landscape-Study.pdf
Molly Murphy MacGregor and Mary Ruthsdotter are two of five Sonoma County women who co-founded the National Women’s History Project
Within academia, any system of interaction between human activity and natural habitat is regarded as a cultural landscape. As tourists, we interact with cultural landscapes all the time.
Since I’ve been absent with the blog of late, here are some science findings from the last 6 months, in tweet format with links to the story, video, or research paper.
Cultural Resources are parts of the environment that people ascribe significance because it relates to a practice or beliefs of a living community. They can be artifacts, petroglyphs, buildings, and landscapes, or historical records, social institutions, folklife, and expressive culture.