Yıl: 2023 Cilt: 4 Sayı: Özel Sayı Sayfa Aralığı: 1 - 24 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.47818/DRArch.2023.v4si106 İndeks Tarihi: 31-12-2023

Land body ecologies: The London hub

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This photo essay and accompanying text visualize and represent the work that was based in London, UK of a collective project called Land Body Ecologies (LBE), a global transdisciplinary network exploring the deep interconnections of mental health and ecosystem health. LBE's research and action work combined science, art, and public engagement to understand and redress the ongoing crisis of land trauma among land-dependent and Indigenous peoples who nonetheless display remarkable resilience. The research and action have been rooted within communities seeking resilience for their interlinked culture, environment, and land rights, so that they could comprehend, document, and overcome the crises and traumas endured when their land suffers. LBE's London-based work is presented through photos of the arts-science-community space that anchored the work around the world.
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APA Kelman I, Pratt V, Ahmad A, Balderston A, Ghelani S, Eaton B, Baxendale C, Gougsa S, H, Mendu N, Vilela C (2023). Land body ecologies: The London hub. , 1 - 24. 10.47818/DRArch.2023.v4si106
Chicago Kelman Ilan,Pratt Victoria,Ahmad Ayesha,Balderston Amy,Ghelani Sheila,Eaton Ben,Baxendale Catherine,Gougsa Samrawit, Hsi-Nong,Mendu Nqatyiswa,Vilela Cecilia Land body ecologies: The London hub. (2023): 1 - 24. 10.47818/DRArch.2023.v4si106
MLA Kelman Ilan,Pratt Victoria,Ahmad Ayesha,Balderston Amy,Ghelani Sheila,Eaton Ben,Baxendale Catherine,Gougsa Samrawit, Hsi-Nong,Mendu Nqatyiswa,Vilela Cecilia Land body ecologies: The London hub. , 2023, ss.1 - 24. 10.47818/DRArch.2023.v4si106
AMA Kelman I,Pratt V,Ahmad A,Balderston A,Ghelani S,Eaton B,Baxendale C,Gougsa S, H,Mendu N,Vilela C Land body ecologies: The London hub. . 2023; 1 - 24. 10.47818/DRArch.2023.v4si106
Vancouver Kelman I,Pratt V,Ahmad A,Balderston A,Ghelani S,Eaton B,Baxendale C,Gougsa S, H,Mendu N,Vilela C Land body ecologies: The London hub. . 2023; 1 - 24. 10.47818/DRArch.2023.v4si106
IEEE Kelman I,Pratt V,Ahmad A,Balderston A,Ghelani S,Eaton B,Baxendale C,Gougsa S, H,Mendu N,Vilela C "Land body ecologies: The London hub." , ss.1 - 24, 2023. 10.47818/DRArch.2023.v4si106
ISNAD Kelman, Ilan vd. "Land body ecologies: The London hub". (2023), 1-24. https://doi.org/10.47818/DRArch.2023.v4si106
APA Kelman I, Pratt V, Ahmad A, Balderston A, Ghelani S, Eaton B, Baxendale C, Gougsa S, H, Mendu N, Vilela C (2023). Land body ecologies: The London hub. Journal of Design for Resilience in Architecture and Planning, 4(Özel Sayı), 1 - 24. 10.47818/DRArch.2023.v4si106
Chicago Kelman Ilan,Pratt Victoria,Ahmad Ayesha,Balderston Amy,Ghelani Sheila,Eaton Ben,Baxendale Catherine,Gougsa Samrawit, Hsi-Nong,Mendu Nqatyiswa,Vilela Cecilia Land body ecologies: The London hub. Journal of Design for Resilience in Architecture and Planning 4, no.Özel Sayı (2023): 1 - 24. 10.47818/DRArch.2023.v4si106
MLA Kelman Ilan,Pratt Victoria,Ahmad Ayesha,Balderston Amy,Ghelani Sheila,Eaton Ben,Baxendale Catherine,Gougsa Samrawit, Hsi-Nong,Mendu Nqatyiswa,Vilela Cecilia Land body ecologies: The London hub. Journal of Design for Resilience in Architecture and Planning, vol.4, no.Özel Sayı, 2023, ss.1 - 24. 10.47818/DRArch.2023.v4si106
AMA Kelman I,Pratt V,Ahmad A,Balderston A,Ghelani S,Eaton B,Baxendale C,Gougsa S, H,Mendu N,Vilela C Land body ecologies: The London hub. Journal of Design for Resilience in Architecture and Planning. 2023; 4(Özel Sayı): 1 - 24. 10.47818/DRArch.2023.v4si106
Vancouver Kelman I,Pratt V,Ahmad A,Balderston A,Ghelani S,Eaton B,Baxendale C,Gougsa S, H,Mendu N,Vilela C Land body ecologies: The London hub. Journal of Design for Resilience in Architecture and Planning. 2023; 4(Özel Sayı): 1 - 24. 10.47818/DRArch.2023.v4si106
IEEE Kelman I,Pratt V,Ahmad A,Balderston A,Ghelani S,Eaton B,Baxendale C,Gougsa S, H,Mendu N,Vilela C "Land body ecologies: The London hub." Journal of Design for Resilience in Architecture and Planning, 4, ss.1 - 24, 2023. 10.47818/DRArch.2023.v4si106
ISNAD Kelman, Ilan vd. "Land body ecologies: The London hub". Journal of Design for Resilience in Architecture and Planning 4/Özel Sayı (2023), 1-24. https://doi.org/10.47818/DRArch.2023.v4si106