Antarctica and the Humanities (Palgrave Studies in the by Roberts Peder,Lize-Marié van der Watt,Adrian Howkins

By Roberts Peder,Lize-Marié van der Watt,Adrian Howkins

The continent for technological know-how can also be a continent for the arts. regardless of having no indigenous human inhabitants, Antarctica has been imagined in robust, cutting edge, and occasionally anxious ways in which replicate politics and tradition a lot additional north. Antarctica has turn into a big resource of knowledge for traditional scientists operating to appreciate international weather switch. As this e-book indicates, the instruments of literary reports, background, archaeology, and extra, can likewise produce vital insights into the character of the trendy international and humanity extra commonly.  

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