Parks, petroglyphs, fish, and zuni: An emotional geography of contemporary human-animal-water relationships

Kurt E. Dongoske, Kelley A Hays-Gilpin

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Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationRelating to Rock Art in the Contemporary World
Subtitle of host publicationNavigating Symbolism, Meaning and Significance
PublisherUniversity Press of Colorado
Pages107-125
Number of pages19
ISBN (Electronic)9781607324980
ISBN (Print)9781607324973
StatePublished - Jan 1 2016

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Dongoske, K. E., & Hays-Gilpin, K. A. (2016). Parks, petroglyphs, fish, and zuni: An emotional geography of contemporary human-animal-water relationships. In Relating to Rock Art in the Contemporary World: Navigating Symbolism, Meaning and Significance (pp. 107-125). University Press of Colorado.

Parks, petroglyphs, fish, and zuni : An emotional geography of contemporary human-animal-water relationships. / Dongoske, Kurt E.; Hays-Gilpin, Kelley A.

Relating to Rock Art in the Contemporary World: Navigating Symbolism, Meaning and Significance. University Press of Colorado, 2016. p. 107-125.

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Dongoske, KE & Hays-Gilpin, KA 2016, Parks, petroglyphs, fish, and zuni: An emotional geography of contemporary human-animal-water relationships. in Relating to Rock Art in the Contemporary World: Navigating Symbolism, Meaning and Significance. University Press of Colorado, pp. 107-125.
Dongoske KE, Hays-Gilpin KA. Parks, petroglyphs, fish, and zuni: An emotional geography of contemporary human-animal-water relationships. In Relating to Rock Art in the Contemporary World: Navigating Symbolism, Meaning and Significance. University Press of Colorado. 2016. p. 107-125
Dongoske, Kurt E. ; Hays-Gilpin, Kelley A. / Parks, petroglyphs, fish, and zuni : An emotional geography of contemporary human-animal-water relationships. Relating to Rock Art in the Contemporary World: Navigating Symbolism, Meaning and Significance. University Press of Colorado, 2016. pp. 107-125
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