"Tuan brings his many years of reflection to bear on a range of questions in a way that provides unique illumination. His thoughts will be of interest not only to people who have followed his work, but also to individuals searching for alternative ways of thinking about religious and spiritual issues. Martha A. Strawn's photographs and short essays, in their own right, add much to the discussion."--Mark C. Taylor, professor of religion, Columbia University, and author of "Mystic Bones" and "After God
--Mark C. Taylor
About the Author
Yi-Fu Tuan was the John K. Wright and Vilas Research Professor of Geography at the University of Wisconsin - Madison and is the author of fourteen books, including, most recently, Human Goodness and Coming Home to China. Martha A. Strawn is professor emerita of art at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and the author of Alligators: Prehistoric Presence in the American Landscape.