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Worship and wilderness [electronic resource] : culture, religion, and law in the management of public lands and resources / Lloyd Burton.

By: Burton, Lloyd.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Madison : University of Wisconsin Press, c2002Description: 1 online resource (x, 341 p.).ISBN: 9780299180836 (electronic bk.); 0299180832 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Nature -- Religious aspects | Public lands -- Management | Nature -- Aspect religieux | Terres publiques -- Gestion | RELIGION -- Comparative Religion | Propri�et�e fonci�ere publique | Gestion publique | Protection de la nature | Culture | Spiritualit�e | L�egislation | Influence | Revendication autochtone | �Etats-Unis | Natur | Verwaltung | Religion | Nationalpark | USAGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Worship and wilderness.DDC classification: 291.1/78362/0973 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Culture and spirituality -- Full circle : return to the source -- Contemplation and connection : indigenous spirituality and the environment -- Nautre as haven, nature as Hades : the role of wilderness in immigrant religions -- Law -- Culture and justice : nature and the rule of law in the "New World" -- Of walls and windows : church-state separation and religious accommodation -- Management of public lands and resources -- Rising to Heaven or risen from Hell? Culture, conflict, and consensus at Devil's Tower National Monument -- Other spaces, other cases : worship and multiple-use management of public lands.
Birthing the woolly cow : the contested legal reconstruction of the American bison -- Conservation and cultural renewal : hunting, gathering, and cleansing the waters -- Pacific Rim variations : between East and West -- Charting a common course -- Coming home : Euro-Americans and contemplative rediscovery of the "New World" -- The National commons as sacred space : making peace in the field and defending it in court.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Culture and spirituality -- Full circle : return to the source -- Contemplation and connection : indigenous spirituality and the environment -- Nautre as haven, nature as Hades : the role of wilderness in immigrant religions -- Law -- Culture and justice : nature and the rule of law in the "New World" -- Of walls and windows : church-state separation and religious accommodation -- Management of public lands and resources -- Rising to Heaven or risen from Hell? Culture, conflict, and consensus at Devil's Tower National Monument -- Other spaces, other cases : worship and multiple-use management of public lands.

Birthing the woolly cow : the contested legal reconstruction of the American bison -- Conservation and cultural renewal : hunting, gathering, and cleansing the waters -- Pacific Rim variations : between East and West -- Charting a common course -- Coming home : Euro-Americans and contemplative rediscovery of the "New World" -- The National commons as sacred space : making peace in the field and defending it in court.

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