About this collection

Interdisciplinary in scope and centered on the environmental humanities, this unique, burgeoning selection of articles from academic journals highlights current areas of debate on links between environment and society. It features journals such as Environmental Values, Environment and History, Global Environment, Environmental Humanities, and Climate of the Past.

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Walker, Kenny, "'Without Evidence, There Is No Answer': Uncertainty and Scientific Ethos in the Silent Spring[s] of Rachel Carson" 05/2013
Miller, Daegan, "At Home in the Great Northern Wilderness: African Americans and Freedom’s Ecology in the Adirondacks, 1846-1859" 05/2013
Levene, Mark, “Climate Blues: or How Awareness of the Human End Might Re-Instil Ethical Purpose to the Writing of History” 05/2013
Callicott, J. Baird, “A NeoPresocratic Manifesto” 05/2013
Hicks, Scott, "Jane Smiley’s A Thousand Acres (1991) and Archival Reimaginations of Eco-Cosmopolitanism" 05/2013
Smith, Mick, "Ecological Community, the Sense of the World, and Senseless Extinction" 05/2013
Adams, Michael, "'Redneck, Barbaric, Cashed Up Bogan? I Don’t Think So': Hunting and Nature in Australia" 05/2013
Hagood, Amanda, "Wonders with the Sea: Rachel Carson’s Ecological Aesthetic and the Mid-Century Reader" 05/2013
Hultman, Martin, "The Making of an Environmental Hero: A History of Ecomodern Masculinity, Fuel Cells and Arnold Schwarzenegger" 05/2013
Roundtable Review of Making a Green Machine by Finn Arne Jørgensen 25/02/2013
Roundtable Review of Wired Wilderness by Etienne Benson 10/01/2013
Esselborn, Stefan, "Environment, Memory, and the Groundnut Scheme: Britain’s Largest Colonial Agricultural Development Project and Its Global Legacy" 2013
Engler, Steven, Franz Mauelshagen, Jürg Luterbacher, and Johannes Werner, "The Irish Famine of 1740-1741: Famine Vulnerability and 'Climate Migration'" 2013
Kalmbach, Karena, "Radiation and Borders: Chernobyl as a National and Transnational Site of Memory" 2013
LeCain, Timothy James, "An Impure Nature: Memory and the Neo-Materialist Flip at America’s Biggest Toxic Superfund Site" 2013