- Title Pages
- 1 Place and the Problem of Landscape
- 2 “Landscape” as a Kind of Place-Relation
- 3 “Whitefellas Have to Learn about Country, It Is Not Just Land”: How Landscape Becomes Country and Not an “Imagined” Place
- 4 Landscapes as Temporalspatial Phenomena
- 5 The Edge(s) of Landscape: A Study in Liminology
- 6 Geographic Landscapes and Natural Disaster
- 7 The Political Meaning of Landscape (Through the Lens of Hannah Arendt’s The Human Condition)
- 8 Entry and Distance: Sublimity in Landscape
- 9 Reinterpreting the Picturesque in the Experience of Landscape
- 10 Garden, City, or Wilderness? Landscape and Destiny in the Christian Imagination
- 11 “All foreground without distance”: The Rise of Landscape in Late Medieval Painting
- 12 Landscapes of Class in Contemporary Chinese Film: From Yellow Earth to Still Life
- 13 Searching for a Place in the World: The Landscape of Ford’s The Searchers
- 14 Framing the Landscape: The Anglo-Florentine View
- 15 This Green Unpleasant Land: Landscape and Contemporary Britain
- 16 The Lie of the Land: Reflections on Irish Nature and Landscape
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