Photographic reflections on landscape change in regional Australia

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Abstract

This chapter takes shape as a kind of unfolding and entangled dialectic, not between people, but between disciplinary perspectives on historical and contemporary nature/culture binaries. It addresses shifting Australian perceptions of land over time through an interdisciplinary approach to critically engaging the spheres of ecology, psychology and photography through a chronological assessment of Australia's changing national identity. These movements are loosely grouped in to modes of colonization, the birth of nationhood,early environmental-photography and political activism, and finally a posthumanist post-materiality conceived in terms of photography for environmental mutualism.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEcological entanglements in the anthropocene
EditorsNicholas Holm, Sy Taffel
Place of PublicationLanham, Maryland
PublisherLexington Books
Chapter9
Pages143-158
Number of pages16
Edition1st
ISBN (Electronic)9781498535700
ISBN (Print)9781498535694
Publication statusPublished - 2017

Publication series

NameEcocritical theory and practice

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    Orchard, C., & Holcombe, J. (2017). Photographic reflections on landscape change in regional Australia. In N. Holm, & S. Taffel (Eds.), Ecological entanglements in the anthropocene (1st ed., pp. 143-158). (Ecocritical theory and practice). Lexington Books.