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 =====Dust & Shadow - Reader #2===== =====Dust & Shadow - Reader #2=====
  
-The second ​volume of the [[:dust and shadow| Dust & Shadow]] ​readers, a [[publication]] in the form of a [[:/​commonplace book]].+The second [[:dust and shadow| Dust & Shadow]] ​reader, a [[publication]] in the form of a [[:/​commonplace book]] ​(also available in [[https://​fo.am/​documents/​54/​dust__shadow_reader_no.2.pdf|pdf]] format).
  
 ==== About ==== ==== About ====
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 ==== Contents ==== ==== Contents ====
  
-[[giving ourselves over]]\\ +  * [[giving ourselves over]] ​by Ron Broglio ​ 
-[[spell of the sensuous]]\\ +  ​* ​[[spell of the sensuous]] ​by David Abram (excerpts) ​ 
-[[involuntary momentum]]\\ +  ​* ​[[involuntary momentum]] ​by Carla Hustak & Natasha Myers (excerpts) 
 +  * [[haunted landscapes]] by Elaine Gan, Anna Tsing, Heather Swanson & Nils Buband (excerpts) 
 +  * [[rethinking animate]] by Tim Ingold (excerpts) 
 +  * [[magic and machine]] by David Abram (excerpts) 
 +  * [[resilience attunement imagination]] by Daniel Gilfillan 
 +  * [[spectres and stewards]] by Theun Karelse, Maja Kuzmanovic and Nik Gaffney 
 +  * [[paraphotomancy]] by Sam Nightingale 
 +  * [[attuning to plants]] by Robin Wall Kimmerer (excerpts) 
 +  * [[religious experience]] by George Prochnik (excerpts) 
 +  * [[planet centred design]] by Jerneja Rebernak 
 +  * [[great work]] by Paul Kingsnorth (excerpts) 
 +  * [[shinto]] by Thomas P. Kasulis and Karl Schroeder (excerpts) 
 +  * [[aesthetic naturalism]] by Robert S. Corrington (excerpts) and Erika Hanson 
 +  * [[risk of gaia]] by Adam Nocek (excerpts) 
 +  * [[admiration and care]] by Ursula Leguin (excerpts) and FoAM 
 +  * [[on animal faith]] by David L. Clark  
 +  * [[olufsenandi]] by Cat Jones 
 +  * [[inframince]] by Edith Doove 
 +  * [[bee diaspora]] by Anna-Maria Orru & Morten Søndergard 
 +  * [[bees and migrants]] by Kevin McHugh & Scott Warren 
 +  * [[water knife]] by Paolo Baccigalupi (excerpts) 
 +  * [[desert attunement]] by FoAM 
 +  * [[pilgrims rules]] by Václav Cílek (excerpts) 
 +  * [[meditation]] by FoAM 
 +  * [[attune]] by Timothy Morton (excerpts)
  
  
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 Sources of quotes and citations can be found on the [[bibliography]] page. Sources of quotes and citations can be found on the [[bibliography]] page.
  
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 +I have always loved the desert. One sits down on a desert sand dune, sees nothing, hears nothing. Yet through the silence something throbs, and gleams... ​
 +<​cite>​Antoine De Saint-Exupery</​cite>​
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 +**Dust & Shadow Reader #2** 
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 +CC-BY-SA March 02019\\ 
 +Design FoAM (Earth) ​http://fo.am\\ 
 +Editors Maja Kuzmanovic, Nik Gaffney, Ron Broglio, Adam Nocek\\ 
 +Supported by ASU, Global Institute of Sustainability