Posted by: Mark Nielsen | January 3, 2014

Liam Heneghan – Pooh bear and the ecology of childhood

 

Classic Pooh is clearly the underdog, but he may yet have a shot. [Excerpt of a Mark Tatulli 2008 “Lio” comic strip.]

Classic Pooh is clearly the underdog, but he may yet have a shot. [Excerpt of a Mark Tatulli 2008 “Lio” comic strip.]

Liam Heneghan – Pooh bear and the ecology of childhood.

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A DePaul University (Chicago) professor from Ireland reflects on migration and our sense of place, on our childhood connection to nature, and on the spiritual or psychological challenges of a disconnection from the landscape. This is offered in the spirit of my own serio-comic Winnie-the-Pooh blog series a number of years ago. Go HERE  for the first of my own five part series.

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  1. Thanks go out, of course, to Susan Namboodiri for putting me onto the above essay, and onto Aeon magazine in general. You, also, are a wonder.


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