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Title: There is so much more to sea : the myriad aquatic engagements of humankind
Authors: Baldacchino, Godfrey
Keywords: Marine ecology -- Environmental aspects
Nature -- Effect of human beings on
Maritime anthropology
Culture and globalization
Issue Date: 2015
Citation: Baldacchino, G. (2015). There is so much more to sea: the myriad aquatic engagements of humankind. Etnofoor: Anthropological Journal, 27(2), 179-184
Abstract: The author introduces this issue of the journal Etnofoor. A brief description of the articles it contains provides a rich portfolio of insights into the aquatic trials of humankind. Whether to deal cogently with fishing, foraging, religion, migration, tourism, environmental stewardship or just as a medium in which to gaze at dying creatures or sacred statutes, the sea offers that tantalizing mirror to humanity’s many, many foibles as it seeks to better understand itself. Here is the quintessential heterotopia from and about which we have so much yet to learn. The human-sea affairis and remains a work in progress.
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