Less than a thousand years of human occupation have massively altered Aotearoa.
In this fascinating work, cultural historian Richard Wolfe explores how and why settlers have impacted on nature and what this means for our future.
Footprints on the Land is a timely review of the human place in our environment, distinguished by art and photographs that show what we've created and what we've lost.
About the Author
Richard Wolfe is an art, design and cultural historian who has a PhD in Art History from the University of Auckland and a BFA from the Elam School of Fine Arts. He was Curator of Display at Auckland War Memorial Museum from 1977 to 1997, and has written or co-authored around 40 books covering aspects of New Zealand art, history and popular culture. He has contributed over 50 articles to the quarterly Art New Zealand, as well as articles to other journals, and has curated or supported the development of multiple art exhibitions.
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