Anacapa and the American Sublime: Perceptions and Representations in Channel Islands National Park
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American Studies (AMST)
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Bachelor of Arts
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Honors in Independent Study, Public Scholarship Profile with the Center for Civic and Community Engagement
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landscape, aesthetics, perception, representation, sublime, national parks, stewardship
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