Article demonstrates that using Field Environmental Philosophy (FEP) methodology, inconspicuous species can be made visible and their ecological, ethical, aesthetic, and economic values can be recognized by citizens.
Article is an introduction to Artnodes issue No. 26, “AI, Arts & Design: Questioning Learning Machines" which addresses the question: Does generative and machine creativity in the arts and design represent an evolution of “artistic intelligence,” or is it a metamorphosis of creative practice yielding fundamentally distinct forms and modes of authorship?
(Dis) Agreements Section of L'Atalante: Revista de Estudios Cinematográficos Issue 28. This section includes assessments of the topic of censorship and cinematic classicism that serve to correct and update numerous aspects in relation to the real scope and impact of the Hays Code on Hollywood films.
Gilbert, Nora; Jacobs, Lea; Staiger, Janet; Grieveson, Lee; Schaefer, Eric; Maltby, Richard et al.
This article presents a new methodology and activity to foster an ecological understanding of biodiversity, as well as of biocultural conservation and ethics, which includes little, under-perceived, living-beings--such as bryophytes.
June 19, 2018
Lewis, Lily R.; Gottschalk-Druschke, Caroline; Saldías, Camila; Mackenzie, Roy; Malebrán, Javiera; Goffinet, Bernard et al.
Article discusses the importance of valuing an alternative, ecological, aesthetic and post-modern-exotic hermeneutic in viewing Latin America, and discusses the colonial impression of a "exotic" Latin America.
This article examines how in the course of his life Darwin transformed his initial judgments about the Fuegian people, and how this change of judgment is associated with the maturation of his concepts to forget the theory of human evolution.
This article describes the use of the metaphor "the eyes of the tree" to overcome limitations to the International Long-Term Ecological Research Network by integrating ecological, philosophical, and technological components.
This article documents the presence of the common wasp Vespula vulgaris (Linnaeus 1758) on Navarino Island, Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve, Southern Chile. The common wasp V. vulgaris is an introduced species in the Southern Hemisphere that has been reported in Australia, New Zealand, Tasmania, Argentina and South-central Chile.
This article presents an analysis of the research programs carried out in the three foundational sites of the Chilean Long-Term Socio-Ecological Research Network (LTSER-Chile) and presents the context in which these lines have been established.
October 14, 2014
Gaxiola, Aurora; Celis-Diez, Juan L.; Rozzi, Ricardo, 1960- & Gutiérrez, Julio R., 1953-
This article characterizes molluscs assemblages in Róbalo bay, identifying spatial-temporal changes in assemblage composition, species richness, abundance, functional groups, and diversity of molluscs species.