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    Terralingua at 25
    A Celebration of Biocultural Diversity

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    Langscape Magazine, Volume 10, Summer/Winter 2021

    Editorial

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    Acts of Rebellion: On Making the Impossible Possible
    Luisa Maffi

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    Biocultural Diversity: Lenses, Mirrors, and Reflections

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    Biocultural Diversity: Reason, Ethics, and Emotion
    David Harmon

    Flourishing at Twenty-Five: On Context and Foundations in the Rise of the Concept of Biocultural Diversity
    Ken Wilson

    Cornerstone of Resilience: Reflections on the Diversity of Species and Culture
    Olga Mironenko

    Mirroring the Land: Biocultural Diversity Embodied
    Sonja Swift

    Listening to Our Ancestors: Biocultural Diversity through the Indigenous Lens
    Jon Waterhouse

    Tunun Kayutukun: Words Have Power
    Ilarion (Larry) Merculieff and Libby Roderick

    The Obvious Mirror: How Biocultural Diversity is Reflected in the Natural World
    Nejma Belarbi

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    Top Hits: Our Readers’ Favorites

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    Decolonial Mapmaking: Reclaiming Indigenous Places and Knowledge
    Jordan Engel

    Subversive Maps: How Digital Language Mapping Can Support Biocultural Diversity—and Help Track a Pandemic
    Maya Daurio, Sienna R. Craig, Daniel Kaufman, Ross Perlin, and Mark Turin

    Quarantine as Ceremony: COVID-19 as an Opportunity to Quietly Rebel against the Dominant Langscape
    Severn Cullis-Suzuki

    Learning to Write Our Native Language: The Nepalbhasa Ranjana Script of Nepal
    Manju Maharjan and Yuvash Vaidya

    A Chicken for Every Occasion: Exploring the Cultural  Significance of India’s Native Poultry Breeds
    Kanna K. Siripurapu and Sabyasachi Das

    You Need to Carry the Torch Light
    D’ulus Mukhin, interviewed by Galya Morrell

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    Around the World in Eleven Biocultural Stories

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    Pintando La Raya: Indigenous Resistance and Biocultural Conservation through Participatory Video
    Thor Morales

    The Sweeping Dance: Cultural Revival, Environmental Conservation, and the Art of Broom Making in St. Lucia
    Laurent Jean-Pierre

    Mangroves, Education, and Recovery of the Territory: Biocultural Diversity in Bahía Solano, Colombia
    Felipe Rodríguez Moreno and Norma Constanza Castaño Cuéllar

    Yamani: Voices of an Ancient Land
    Faith Baisden, Thomas Dick, Carolyn Barker, and Kristina Kelman

    In the Abode of the Clouds: Biocultural Diversity of Meghalaya, India
    Raynold Lyngdoh

    Tsurushibina: A Traditional Japanese Craft Helps Maintain and Restore Biocultural Knowledge and People’s Connection with Nature
    Mariia Ermilova

    Lessons of the Maasai Warriors (Morani)
    Edna Kilusu

    My Missing Tongue
    Abraham Ofori-Henaku

    When Home Becomes A Protected Area: The Udege People and the Bikin River Valley in the Russian Far East
    Aleksandra Bocharnikova

    One Square Meter: Wool Art Honors the Biocultural Diversity of Mobile Pastoralists
    Liza Zogib, Divya Venkatesh, Sandra Spissinger, and Concha Salguero

    De Prima: Stories of the Old Days in Umbria, the Green Heart of Italy
    Anna Maffi

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