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Bonnie McCay


Introduction: At Sea in the Twenty-First Century
Tanya J. King and Gary Robinson

Chapter 1. Moving Beyond the “Scape” to Being in the (Watery) World, Wherever
Hannah Cobb and Jesse Ransley

Chapter 2. Working Grounds, Producing Places, and Becoming at Home at Sea
Penny McCall Howard

Chapter 3. Reexamination Brazilian Mounds: Changed Views of Coastal Societies
Daniela Klokler and MaDu Gaspar

Chapter 4. Seamless Archaeology: The Evolving Use of Archaeology in the Study of Seascapes
Caroline Wickham-Jones

Chapter 5. Moving Along: Wayfinding, Following, and Nonverbal Communication across the Frozen Seascape of East Greenland
Sophie Cäcilie Elixhauser

Chapter 6. Drawing Gestures: Body Movement in Perceiving and Communicating Submerged Landscapes
Cristián Simonetti

Chapter 7. Exploration of a Buried Seascape: The Cultural Maritime Landscapes of Tremadoc Bay
Gary Robinson

Chapter 8. Fish Traps of the Crocodile Islands: Windows on Another World
Bentley James

Chapter 9. A Community-Based Approach to Documenting and Interpreting the Cultural Seascapes of the Recherche Archipelago, Western Australia
David Guilfoyle, Ross Anderson, Ron “Doc” Reynolds, and Tom Kimber

Chapter 10. Recognized Seaworthy: Resistance and Transformation among Icelandic Fisherwomen
Margaret Willson and Helga Tryggvadóttir

Chapter 11. “It Is Windier Nowadays”: Coastal Livelihoods and Seascape-Making in Qeqertarsuaq, West Greenland
Pelle Tejsner

Chapter 12. Home-Making on Land and Sea in the Archipelagic Philippines
Olivia Swift

Chapter 13. Fishing for Food and Fun: How Fishing Practices Mediate Physical and Discursive Relationships with the Sea in Carteret County, North Carolina, US
Noëlle Boucquey and Lisa Campbell

Chapter 14. Sea Nomads: Sama-Bajau Mobility, Livelihoods, and Marine Conservation in Southeast Asia
Natasha Stacey and Edward H. Allison

Chapter 15. Formal and Informal Territoriality in Ocean Management
Tanya J. King

Afterword: At Home on the Waves? A Concluding Comment
Tim Ingold


At Home on the Waves

Human Habitation of the Sea from the Mesolithic to Today

Edited by Tanya J. King and Gary Robinson
Foreword by Bonnie McCay
Afterword by Tim Ingold

392 pages, 76 illus., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-78920-142-0 Hb Published (February 2019)

eISBN 978-1-78920-143-7 eBook