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Minds in the Cave: insect imagery as metaphors for place and loss

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Minds in the Cave: insect imagery as metaphors for place and loss

Conference paper by Harry Nankin delivered at Monash University in 2012, peer-reviewed and published in AJE Journal, 2013

In 1987 I authored a photographic book celebrating the Australian Alps. Its opening paragraph read, in part:

Cool, rolling and serene, the High Country…is an assemblage of landforms and living things unlike any other. This crumpled arc of upland, the southeastern elbow of the continent…contains…the only extensive alpine and sub-alpine environments on the Australian mainland…One climbs…and finds…

‘Minds in the Cave’ paper pdf

Link to RMIT Academia

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