Green Organizing in Austin, TexasPlace-ballet and the rhetorical community, 1990-1999
Curtis D. Hirsh
St. Edward’s University, Austin, Texas
An aerial view of Barton Springs Pool and downtown Austin from the Barton Creek greenbelt
Barton Springs place-ballet
Top to bottom: Scenes from a water festival; a blessing from Tibetan monks; a diver’s finish.
From the CD-ROM Barton Springs Interactive.
“The polis, properly speaking, is not the city-state in its physical location: it is the organization of the people as it arises out of acting and speaking together, and its true space lies between people living together for this purpose, no matter where they happen to be” (Arendt 1958: 198).
Photograph by Terry Arzola.
|Auteur :||Curtis D. Hirsh|
|Titre :||Green Organizing in Austin, Texas: Place-ballet and the rhetorical community, 1990-1999|
|Revue :||Ethnologies, Volume 24, numéro 1, 2002, p. 75-100|
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