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Off the Map : (An Expedition Deep Into Imperialism, the Global Economy, and Other Earthly Whereabouts).

Glendinning, Chellis.

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ISBN 10: 1570623600 / ISBN 13: 9781570623608
Published by Boston: Shambala, 1999., 1999
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1st edition stated, 1st printing. 182pp, (6x9 inches). Fair/Near Fine, hardcover with dust jacket. Spine just barely cocked (slanted), a nasty gouge with a half inch tear goes through the first ten pages, at lower page edges ( but still quite readable). Otherwise clean and tight, no markings. Unclipped DJ, just a trace of wear to head of spine, no chips, tears or creases. SIGNED and inscribed to two people by the author on the title page. One of them has written his name on front endpaper. Bookseller Inventory # 15441

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Title: Off the Map : (An Expedition Deep Into ...

Publisher: Boston: Shambala, 1999.

Publication Date: 1999

Binding: Hardcover

Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included

Signed: Signed by Author

Edition: 1st Edition

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Imperialism. It has been the dominant and dominating political force on planet Earth for centuries—from the age of the great European empires to our own era of giant corporate takeovers. Its influence is felt in every area of our lives, from the global to the deeply personal. In this book, Chellis Glendinning charts the course of empire across countries and continents and on into individual minds, hearts, and bodies—and it all happens within the story of her horseback ride through the wilds of New Mexico with her friend the Indo-Hispano vaquero, Snowflake Martinez. As their dreamlike journey unfolds, Chellis and Snowflake strive to understand the results of their ancestors' fatal encounter—hers, the "people of empire"; his, "the colonized"—weaving together current events with their childhood memories and the forces of history to reveal extent of imperialism's legacy— and to find a way "off the map," to a more hopeful future for us all.

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Chellis Glendinning is a psychologist, poet, social activist, and a pioneer in the field of ecopsychology. She lives in northern New Mexico, where she works for cultural preservation and environmental justice.

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