endangered species

"Multispecies Studies: Cultivating Arts of Attentiveness"

In this introduction to the special issue on Multispecies Studies, Thom van Dooren, Eben Kirksey, and Ursula Münster provide an overview of the emerging field of multispecies studies. Unsettling given notions of species, the article explores a broad terrain of possible modes of classifying, categorizing, and paying attention to the diverse ways of life that constitute worlds.


In the special section titled “Living Lexicon for the Environmental Section,” Simon Pooley reflects on the decisions and implications of conferring the status of “endangered species” on animals.


In the “Living Lexicon for the Environmental Section” of Environmental Humanities, Maan Barua reveals encounters as spatializing and “ecologizing” politics in ways that are vital for the environmental humanities’ efforts to redistribute powers to act and to flourish.

Wild Rockies Review 6, no. 1

In this special “rant issue,” Rhubarb discusses the idea of industrial collapse, Phil Knight tells of a lone hiker killed by grizzlies, and Jeff Juel reports on planned drilling in the Hall Creek area of the Badger-Two Medicine, home to the grizzly bear, the grey wolf, bald eagle, and other endangered species.