Content Index

In this episode of The Sound Aquatic, host Elin Kelsey introduces listeners to the mating calls of fish.

An edited volume on the soybean, one of the world’s most important commodities.

When Mathias Chapman opened his first chinchilla breeding farm in Southern California, he also saved the fur trade industry.

This article presents examples of ancient conceptions of rivers as more-than-human agents and their struggle with humans.

In this episode from the New Books Network podcast, Nancy Fraser is interviewed on her recent book, Cannibal Capitalism: How Our System Is Devouring Democracy, Care, and the Planet and What We Can Do about It .

This article sheds light on the processes and tactics used by eighteenth-century electricians in making medical electricity a legitimate remedy in the Dutch Republic.

Excerpt from RCC alumnus Fabian Zimmer’s book Hydroelektrische Projektionen.

A chapter from the book Environing Media (2022).

Jordheim, Helge. “Natural Histories for the Anthropocene: Koselleck’s Theories and the Possibility of a History of Lifetimes.” History & Theory 61, no. 3 (September 2022): 391–425.

In this episode from Outrage + Optimism, hosts Christiana Figueres, Tom Rivett-Carnac, and Paul Dickinson reflect on the last six months of life on this planet in the final episode of Season 5.