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Connective Tissues: Ten Essays by University of Virginia Kenan Fellows 2001–2016

Connective Tissues: Ten Essays by University of Virginia Kenan Fellows 2001–2016

CONNECTIVE TISSUES is a philosophical work framed on epistemological and ethical questions, sustained by Joseph Campbell in The Hero of a Thousand Faces. Not only is this a philosophical work, it also seeks to identify the contemporary vitality of American cultural history and contemporary topographic landscapes. If the Lawn is a tabula rasa for citizenship, is Monticello the enduring place for the engagement of both the familiar and the strange? Perhaps the roots of a topographic imagination are found in generative settings. On our way tour collective sense of WE the People, one must remember there as once the HE as in Campbell’s singular hero as Jefferson enters from the 38th North latitude connecting the myth of Daedalus onto the Grounds of Jefferson’s own Labyrinth.

  • ISBN

    9781943532537
  • Title

    Connective Tissues: Ten Essays by University of Virginia Kenan Fellows 2001–2016
  • Author

    Peter Waldman
  • Publisher

    ORO Editions
  • Publication year

    2020
  • Binding

    Hardcover
  • Language

    English

Connective Tissues: Ten Essays by University of Virginia Kenan Fellows 2001–2016

Cite: "Connective Tissues: Ten Essays by University of Virginia Kenan Fellows 2001–2016" 10 Jul 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/964837/connective-tissues-ten-essays-by-university-of-virginia-kenan-fellows-2001-nil-2016> ISSN 0719-8884

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