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Garden Forests of the Amazon

September 30, 2021 @ 7:00 pm PDT Pacific Time

Walla Walla Public Library
238 E Alder Street
Walla Walla, WA 99362 United States


AIA Society: Walla Walla

Lecturer: Anna Browne Ribeiro

Amazonia is generally thought of as a primeval forest – one of the last remaining pristine landscapes on Earth.  However, archaeologists have found increasingly diverse evidence for long-term manipulation of plant species and entire landscapes by Amerindian peoples.  Ranging from the early domestication of individual species and curation of landscapes to the creation of vast hydraulic works and transforming the very soil, these changes are proof that Amazonian landscapes are anything but untouched. Drawing upon a growing corpus of knowledge and my own research in the central Amazon, I journey across thousands of years and billions of acres to show how humans have made this great mosaic landscape.

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Date:
September 30, 2021
Time:
7:00 pm PDT
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Sarah H. Davies
Email:
daviessh@whitman.edu

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Walla Walla Public Library
238 E Alder Street
Walla Walla, WA 99362 United States
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