Tuesday, July 21, 2015
I'm still looking for some papers that use Casey's theory of place for a specific site. There's gotta be some, this construct is 20 years old and well known. I want to use it for the Old Sanctuary but I want to see some examples before I attempt to do it. Or before I try to do any interviews.
I emailed my professor of the landscape archaeology class that I took nearly two years ago. He was on sabbatical and graciously wrote me back; gave me some more people to ask. It's tough going.
But, as always, I run into interesting things along the way. Including these interesting Tibetan temples. From a book by an important person in the field, Yi-Fu Tuan. I might try to go back and look at that reference. I think each square room around the circle is a separate temple. And check out those eyes! Didn't notice them before.