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A Dozen Books by Environmental Humanities Program Faculty

Environmental Humanities affiliated faculty have authored and edited books on a diverse array of subjects, from literature and history to communication and environmental activism. This selection of faculty books shows the depth and breadth of research and writing done by scholars affiliated with our Program. 


Seven Summers by Julia Corbett

Communicating Nature: How We Create and Understand Environmental Messages Julia Corbett

Contact: Mountain Climbing and Environmental Thinking Edited by Jeffrey Mathes McCarthy

Green Modernism: Nature and the English Novel, 1900 - 1930 Jeffrey Mathes McCarthy

The Tragedy of the Commodity: Oceans, Fisheries, and Aquaculture Brett Clark

The Ecological Rift: Capitalism’s War on the Earth Brett Clark

In the Remington Moment Stephen Tatum

Morta Las Vegas: CSI and the Problem of the West Stephen Tatum

Ghost Dances and Identity: Prophetic Religion and American Indian Ethnogenesis in the Nineteenth Century Gregory Smoak

Social Movement to Address Climate Change: Local Steps for Global Action Edited by Danielle Endres

Participatory Critical Rhetoric: Theoretical and Methodological Foundations for Studying Rhetoric In Situ Danielle Endres

Image Politics: The New Rhetoric of Environmental Activism Kevin Deluca


Last Updated: 3/20/19