Inhabited: Wildness and the Vitality of the Land is an ethnographic exploration of Canada’s ten UNESCO Natural World Heritage sites. The authors introduce us to local inhabitants and their perspectives, challenge colonial and dualist assumptions of wilderness, and push us to reimagine wildness as a relational bond rooted in vitality.

The book is published by McGill-Queen’s University Press. Available on the publisher’s website and through online retailers.

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