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An Exchange for All Things? An Inquiry into the Scholarship of Fire

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Fire was once considered a founding element and an informing principle for analysis of the world. Today it is neither. Its study resides primarily in those countries that have both public lands, which hold fire, and scientific institutions, with which to study it. In particular, forestry has long claimed fire as a speciality and continues to harbour the most practical experience regarding it. In fact, fire may deserve better, and can give more. A case, not entirely whimsical, can be made for a programme of ‘fire studies’ that could span the many forms of scholarship that share an interest in humanity’s species monopoly over fire’s manipulation.
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Document Type: Original Article

Affiliations: Department of Biology, Arizona State University, Arizona, USA

Publication date: March 1, 2001

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