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New Books in Environmental Studies

By Marshall Poe

Interviews with Environmental Scientists about their New Books

  1. 1.
    Chika Watanabe, "Becoming One: Religion, Development, and Environmentalism in a Japanese NGO in Myanmar" (U Hawaii Press, 2019)07/15/2019
    58:53
  2. 2.
    Jakobina Arch, "Bringing Whales Ashore: Oceans and the Environment of Early Modern Japan" (U Washington Press, 2018)07/11/2019
    55:59
  3. 3.
    Douglas Sheflin, "Legacies of Dust: Land Use and Labor on the Colorado Plains" (U Nebraska Press, 2019)07/10/2019
    50:24
  4. 4.
    Pankaj Sekhsaria, "Islands in Flux: The Andaman and Nicobar Story" (HarperCollins India, 2017)07/09/2019
    57:34
  5. 5.
    Philip W. Clements, "Science in an Extreme Environment: The American Mount Everest Expedition" (U Pittsburgh Press, 2018)06/28/2019
    31:35
  6. 6.
    David Munns, "Engineering the Environment: Phytotrons and the Quest for Climate Control in the Cold War" (U Pittsburgh Press, 2017)06/24/2019
    32:27
  7. 7.
    David Karol, "Red, Green, and Blue: The Partisan Divide on Environmental Issues" (Cambridge UP, 2019)06/21/2019
    32:59
  8. 8.
    Gökçe Günel, "Spaceship in the Desert: Energy, Climate Change, and Urban Design in Abu Dhabi" (Duke UP, 2019)05/24/2019
    41:46
  1. 9.
    Jennifer Thomson, "The Wild and the Toxic: American Environmentalism and the Politics of Health" (UNC Press, 2019)05/17/2019
    43:26
  2. 10.
    Rosalyn LaPier, "Invisible Reality: Storytellers, Storytakers, and the Supernatural World of the Blackfeet" (U Nebraska Press, 2017)05/16/2019
    56:04
  3. 11.
    James L. A. Webb, "The Long Struggle against Malaria in Tropical Africa" (Cambridge UP, 2016)04/24/2019
    1:06:21
  4. 12.
    E. MacDonald et al., "Time and a Place: An Environmental History of Prince Edward Island" (McGill-Queen's UP, 2016)04/22/2019
    1:49:19
  5. 13.
    Kristin L. Hoganson, "The Heartland: An American History" (Penguin, 2019)04/22/2019
    1:31:41
  6. 14.
    Kate Brown, "Manuel for Survival: A Chernobyl Guide to the Future" (Norton, 2019)04/19/2019
    44:42
  7. 15.
    Christopher Preston, "The Synthetic Age: Outdesigning Evolution, Resurrecting Species, and Reengineering Our World" (MIT Press, 2018)04/18/2019
    51:28
  8. 16.
    Robert A. Voeks, "The Ethnobotany of Eden: Rethinking the Jungle Medicine Narrative" (U Chicago Press, 2018)04/04/2019
    45:34
  9. 17.
    K. Kennen and N. Kirkwood, "Phyto: Principals and Resources for Site Remediation and Landscape Design" (Routledge, 2015)03/22/2019
    51:30
  10. 18.
    Tina Sikka, "Climate Technology, Gender, and Justice: The Standpoint of the Vulnerable" (Springer, 2019)03/21/2019
    39:49
  11. 19.
    Discussion of Massive Online Peer Review and Open Access Publishing03/19/2019
    30:24
  12. 20.
    Kate Ervine, "Carbon" (Polity, 2018)03/12/2019
    49:30
  13. 21.
    Rick Van Noy, "Sudden Spring: Stories of Adaptation in a Climate-Changed South" (U Georgia Press, 2019)03/08/2019
    47:49
  14. 22.
    Nicole Walker, "Sustainability, A Love Story" (Ohio State UP, 2018)02/22/2019
    53:23
  15. 23.
    Nicholas Breyfogle, "Eurasian Environments: Nature and Ecology in Imperial Russia and Soviet History" (U Pittsburgh Press, 2018)02/15/2019
    43:51
  16. 24.
    Eiko Maruko Siniawer, "Waste: Consuming Postwar Japan" (Cornell UP, 2018)01/29/2019
    1:12:35
  17. 25.
    Rosalind Fredericks, "Garbage Citizenship: Vital Infrastructures of Labor in Dakar, Senegal" (Duke UP, 2018)01/29/2019
    49:28
  18. 26.
    Perrin Selcer, "The Postwar Origins of the Global Environment" (Columbia UP, 2018)12/24/2018
    1:03:45
  19. 27.
    Judd C. Kinzley, "Natural Resources and the New Frontier: Constructing Modern China’s Borderlands" (U Chicago Press, 2018)12/20/2018
    56:31
  20. 28.
    Hannah Holleman, "Dust Bowls of Empire: Imperialism, Environmental Politics, and the Injustice of 'Green' Capitalism" (Yale UP, 2018)12/17/2018
    56:50
  21. 29.
    McKenzie Wark, "General Intellects: Twenty-One Thinkers for the Twenty-First Century" (Verso, 2017)12/06/2018
    1:01:16
  22. 30.
    Amanda H. Lynch and Siri Veland, "Urgency in the Anthropocene" (MIT Press, 2018)12/03/2018
    53:21
  23. 31.
    James M. Turner and Andrew C. Isenberg, “The Republican Reversal: Conservatives and the Environment from Nixon to Trump” (Harvard UP, 2018)11/20/2018
    56:58
  24. 32.
    Erin Stewart Mauldin, “Unredeemed Land: An Environmental History of Civil War and Emancipation in the Cotton South” (Oxford UP, 2018)11/09/2018
    56:26
  25. 33.
    Kate Parker Horigan, “Consuming Katrina: Public Disaster and Personal Narrative” (UP of Mississippi, 2018)11/09/2018
    52:35
  26. 34.
    Joanna Davidson, “Sacred Rice: An Ethnography of Identity, Environment, and Development in Rural West Africa” (Oxford UP, 2015)11/08/2018
    57:35
  27. 35.
    Connie Chiang, “Nature Behind Barbed Wire: An Environmental History of the Japanese American Incarceration” (Oxford UP, 2018)10/31/2018
    53:01
  28. 36.
    Andrew M. Busch, “City in a Garden: Environmental Transformations and Racial Justice in Twentieth-Century Austin, Texas” (UNC Press, 2017)10/16/2018
    1:02:35
  29. 37.
    Venus Bivar, “Organic Resistance: The Struggle over Industrial Farming in Postwar France” (UNC Press, 2018)10/16/2018
    1:18:53
  30. 38.
    Tim Jelfs, “The Argument about Things in the 1980s: Goods and Garbage in an Age of Neoliberalism” (West Virginia UP, 2018)10/12/2018
    1:02:19
  31. 39.
    Benjamin R. Siegel, “Hungry Nation: Food, Famine, and the Making of Modern India” (Cambridge UP, 2018)10/05/2018
    40:41
  32. 40.
    Christopher Dietrich, “Oil Revolution: Anticolonial Elites, Sovereign Rights, and the Economic Culture of Decolonization” (Cambridge University Press, 2017)10/03/2018
    49:48
  33. 41.
    Megan Black, “The Global Interior: Mineral Frontiers and American Power” (Harvard UP, 2018)10/02/2018
    1:10:08
  34. 42.
    Joan E. Cashin, “War Stuff: The Struggle for Human and Environmental Resources in the American Civil War” (Cambridge UP, 2018)09/28/2018
    55:52
  35. 43.
    Steven Stoll, “Ramp Hollow: The Ordeal of Appalachia” (Hill and Wang, 2017)09/19/2018
    44:29
  36. 44.
     Megan Raby, “American Tropics: The Caribbean Roots of Biodiversity Science” (UNC Press, 2017)09/18/2018
    37:41
  37. 45.
    Joy McCann, “Wild Sea: A History of the Southern Ocean” (NewSouth Publishing, 2018)09/07/2018
    22:42
  38. 46.
    Seth Archer, “Sharks Upon the Land: Colonialism, Indigenous Health, and Culture in Hawai’i, 1778-1855” (Cambridge UP, 2018)09/04/2018
    1:25:03
  39. 47.
    G. Mitman, M. Armiero and R. S. Emmett (eds.), “Future Remains: A Cabinet of Curiosities for the Anthropocene” (U Chicago Press, 2018)08/29/2018
    32:53
  40. 48.
    Joanna Dyl, “Seismic City: An Environmental History of San Francisco’s 1906 Earthquake” (U Washington Press, 2017)08/27/2018
    1:14:41
  41. 49.
    Jim Clifford, “West Ham and the River Lea: A Social and Environmental History of London’s Industrialized Marshlands, 1839-1914” (UBC Press, 2017)08/24/2018
    1:15:10
  42. 50.
    Michelle Perro and Vincanne Adams, “What’s Making Our Children Sick?” (Chelsea Green Publishing, 2017)08/23/2018
    1:26:56
  43. 51.
    William D. Bryan, “The Price of Permanence: Nature and Business in the New South” (U Georgia Press, 2018)08/23/2018
    54:57
  44. 52.
    Sumana Roy, “How I Became a Tree” (Aleph, 2017)08/07/2018
    58:09
  45. 53.
    Casey Walsh, “Virtuous Waters: Mineral Springs, Bathing, and Infrastructure in Mexico” (U California Press, 2018).08/02/2018
    55:05
  46. 54.
    Courtney Fullilove, “The Profit of the Earth: The Global Seeds of American Agriculture” (U Chicago Press, 2017)07/31/2018
    35:20
  47. 55.
    Joëlle Gergis, “Sunburnt Country: The History and Future of Climate Change in Australia” (Melbourne UP, 2018)07/27/2018
    14:42
  48. 56.
    Norah MacKendrick, “Better Safe Than Sorry: How Consumers Navigate Exposure to Everyday Toxics” (U California Press, 2018).07/19/2018
    1:09:37
  49. 57.
    Darren Speece, “Defending Giants: The Redwood Wars and the Transformation of American Environmental Politics” (U Washington Press, 2017)07/12/2018
    1:14:10
  50. 58.
    Keith M. Woodhouse, “The Ecocentrists: A History of Radical Environmentalism” (Columbia UP, 2018)07/06/2018
    1:05:59
  51. 59.
    Jeff Koelher, “Where the Wild Coffee Grows: The Untold Story of Coffee from the Cloud Forests of Ethiopia to Your Cup” (Bloomsbury, 2017)07/02/2018
    45:15
  52. 60.
    Assa Doron and Robin Jeffrey, “Waste of a Nation: Growth and Garbage in India” (Harvard UP, 2018)06/29/2018
    48:22
  53. 61.
    Peter Sahlins, “1668: The Year of the Animal in France” (Zone Books, 2017)06/19/2018
    51:57
  54. 62.
    Brian James Leech, “The City That Ate Itself: Butte, Montana and Its Expanding Berkeley Pit” (U Nevada Press, 2018)06/15/2018
    1:07:40
  55. 63.
    Melanie A. Kiechle, “Smell Detectives: An Olfactory History of Nineteenth-Century Urban America” (U Washington Press, 2017)06/11/2018
    55:55
  56. 64.
    Ann K. Ferrell, “Burley: Kentucky Tobacco in a New Century” (U Press of Kentucky, 2013)05/30/2018
    1:05:15
  57. 65.
    Steven Gray, “Steam Power and Sea Power: Coal, the Royal Navy, and the British Empire, c. 1870-1914” (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018)04/10/2018
    1:07:43
  58. 66.
    Natasha Zaretsky, “Radiation Nation: Three Mile Island and the Political Transformation of the 1970s” (Columbia UP, 2018)04/09/2018
    59:51
  59. 67.
    Debarati Sen, “Everyday Sustainability: Gender Justice and Fair Trade Tea in Darjeeling” (SUNY Press, 2017)04/06/2018
    48:09
  60. 68.
    Chad Montrie, “The Myth of Silent Spring: Rethinking the Origins of American Environmentalism” (U California Press, 2018)04/05/2018
    47:28
  61. 69.
    Timothy Neale, “Wild Articulations: Environmentalism and Indigeneity in Northern Australia” (U Hawaii Press, 2017)04/02/2018
    53:34
  62. 70.
    Frederick L. Brown, “The City is More Than Human: An Animal History of Seattle” (U Washington Press, 2016)03/30/2018
    37:21
  63. 71.
    Dagomar Degroot, “The Frigid Golden Age: Climate Change, the Little Ice Age, and the Dutch Republic, 1560 -1720” (Cambridge UP, 2018)02/14/2018
    47:05
  64. 72.
    Robert Meyer and Howard Kunreuther, “The Ostrich Paradox: Why We Underprepare for Disasters” (Wharton Digital Press, 2017))02/07/2018
    55:22
  65. 73.
    Andy Bruno, “The Nature of Soviet Power: An Arctic Environmental History” (Cambridge UP, 2016)01/30/2018
    55:58
  66. 74.
    Jacob Smith, “Eco-Sonic Media” (University of California Press, 2015)01/18/2018
    35:22
  67. 75.
    Brian McCammack, “Landscapes of Hope: Nature and the Great Migration in Chicago” (Harvard UP, 2017)01/11/2018
    1:02:26
  68. 76.
    Christopher Church, “Paradise Destroyed: Catastrophe and Citizenship in the French Caribbean” (U. Nebraska Press, 2017)12/18/2017
    37:13
  69. 77.
    Sam White, “A Cold Welcome: The Little Ice Age and Europe’s Encounter with North America” (Harvard UP, 2017)12/15/2017
    52:24
  70. 78.
    John Ryan Fischer, “Cattle Colonialism: An Environmental History of the Conquest of California and Hawai’i” (UNC Press, 2015)11/13/2017
    55:40
  71. 79.
    Sara Dant, “Losing Eden: An Environmental History of the American West” (Wiley-Blackwell, 2016)09/22/2017
    53:58
  72. 80.
    Nicholas C. Kawa, “Amazonia in the Anthropocene: People, Soils, Plants, and Forests” (U. Texas Press, 2016)09/05/2017
    24:56
  73. 81.
    Scott Moranda, “The People’s Own Landscape: Nature, Tourism and Dictatorship in East Germany” (U. Michigan Press, 2014)08/19/2017
    45:11
  74. 82.
    Alice Weinreb, “Modern Hungers: Food and Power in Twentieth-Century Germany” (Oxford UP, 2017)08/13/2017
    53:20
  75. 83.
    Eric Ash, “The Draining of the Fens: Projectors, Popular Politics, and State Building in Early Modern England” (Johns Hopkins, 2017)08/02/2017
    53:14
  76. 84.
    Melvin R. Adams, “Atomic Geography: A Personal History of the Hanford Nuclear Reservation” (Washington State University Press, 2016)07/10/2017
    58:00
  77. 85.
    Susanna Forrest, “The Age of the Horse: An Equine Journey Through Human History” (Atlantic Monthly Press, 2017)06/29/2017
    47:21
  78. 86.
    Benjamin Heber Johnson, “Escaping the Dark, Gray City: Fear and Hope in Progressive-Era Conservation” (Yale UP, 2017)06/08/2017
    50:24
  79. 87.
    Jonathan Schlesinger, “A World Trimmed with Fur: Wild Things, Pristine Places, and the Natural Fringes of Qing Rule” (Stanford UP, 2017)05/13/2017
    1:05:27
  80. 88.
    Helen Anne Curry, “Evolution Made to Order: Plant Breeding and Technological Innovation in Twentieth-Century America” (U. Chicago Press, 2016)05/08/2017
    33:32
  81. 89.
    Benjamin Hale, “The Wild and the Wicked: On Nature and Human Nature” (MIT Press, 2016)04/15/2017
    1:06:10
  82. 90.
    Veronica Herrera, “Water and Politics: Clientelism and Reform in Urban Mexico” (U. Michigan Press, 2017)03/06/2017
    25:02
  83. 91.
    Stacy Alaimo, “Exposed: Environmental Politics and Pleasures in Posthuman Times” (U. Minnesota Press, 2016)02/21/2017
    35:10
  84. 92.
    John Hadley, “Animal Property Rights: A Theory of Habitat Rights for Wild Animals” (Lexington Books, 2015)02/09/2017
    54:38
  85. 93.
    Randy Olson, “Houston, We Have a Narrative: Why Science Needs Story” (U. Chicago Press, 2015)02/04/2017
    1:01:25
  86. 94.
    Anthony Lioi, “Nerd Ecology: Defending the Earth with Unpopular Culture” (Bloomsbury Academic, 2016)01/20/2017
    1:05:52
  87. 95.
    Joshua Howe, “Behind the Curve: Science and the Politics of Global Warming” (U. Washington Press, 2016)01/10/2017
    33:07
  88. 96.
    Pamela McElwee, “Forest are Gold: Trees, People and Environmental Rule in Vietnam” (U. Washington Press, 2016)12/17/2016
    59:28
  89. 97.
    Susan Verde, “The Water Princess” (G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 2016)11/29/2016
    30:23
  90. 98.
    Harini Nagendra, “Nature in the City: Bengaluru in the Past, Present, and Future” (Oxford UP, 2016)09/26/2016
    40:32
  91. 99.
    Caroline Ford, “Natural Interests: The Contest over Environment in Modern France” (Harvard UP, 2016)09/12/2016
    53:47
  92. 100.
    William Cavert, “The Smoke of London: Energy and Environment in the Early Modern City” (Cambridge UP, 2016)08/29/2016
    51:16
  93. 101.
    James Rodger Fleming, “Inventing Atmospheric Science: Bjerknes, Rossby, Wexler, and the Foundations of Modern Meteorology” (MIT Press, 2016)08/26/2016
    1:02:41
  94. 102.
    Simanti Dasgupta, “BITS of Belonging: Information Technology, Water, and Neoliberal Governance in India” (Temple UP, 2015)08/17/2016
    44:57
  95. 103.
    Kieko Matteson, “Forests in Revolutionary France: Conservation, Community, and Conflict, 1669-1848” (Cambridge UP, 2015)08/03/2016
    51:44
  96. 104.
    Lisa Bjorkman, “Pipe Politics, Contested Waters: Embedded Infrastructures of Millennial Mumbai” (Duke UP, 2015)08/02/2016
    1:00:18
  97. 105.
    Marta Zaraska, “Meathooked: The History and Science of our 2.5-Million-Year Obsession with Meat” (Basic Books, 2016)07/05/2016
    41:02
  98. 106.
    Sarah Wald, “The Nature of California: Race, Citizenship, and Farming since the Dust Bowl” (U. of Washington Press, 2016)06/28/2016
    57:02
  99. 107.
    Kenna R. Archer, “Unruly Waters: A Social and Environmental History of the Brazos River” (U of New Mexico, 2015)05/09/2016
    51:40
  100. 108.
    Eben Kirksey, “Emergent Ecologies” (Duke UP, 2015)04/18/2016
    1:07:53
  101. 109.
    Naomi Klein, “This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate” (Simon and Schuster, 2014)02/24/2016
    1:35
  102. 110.
    Dale Jamieson, “Reason in a Dark Time: Why the Struggle Against Climate Change Failed – and What It Means for Our Future” (Oxford UP, 2014)01/21/2016
    1:04:00
  103. 111.
    Peter Thorsheim, “Waste into Weapons: Recycling in Britain during the Second World War” (Cambridge UP, 2015)12/17/2015
    57:45
  104. 112.
    Anna L. Tsing, “The Mushroom at the End of the World: On the Possibility of Life in Capitalist Ruins” (Princeton UP, 2015)12/06/2015
    1:01:01
  105. 113.
    Stephen Macekura, “Of Limits and Growth: The Rise of Global Sustainable Development in the Twentieth Century” (Cambridge UP, 2015)12/04/2015
    1:13:25
  106. 114.
    Jason W. Moore, “Capitalism in the Web of Life: Ecology and the Accumulation of Capital” (Verso, 2015)12/03/2015
    50:10
  107. 115.
    Richard C. Keller, “Fatal Isolation: The Devastating Paris Heat Wave of 2003” (University of Chicago Press, 2015)09/23/2015
    1:12:00
  108. 116.
    Henry Shue, “Climate Justice: Vulnerability and Protection” (Oxford UP, 2014)07/21/2015
    59:49
  109. 117.
    Tom Perreault, Gavin Bridge, and James McCarthy, eds., “The Routledge Handbook of Political Ecology” (Routledge, 2015)06/10/2015
    49:53
  110. 118.
    Julie Sze, “Fantasy Islands: Chinese Dreams and Ecological Fears in an Age of Climate Crisis” (U of California Press, 2015)05/19/2015
    58:34
  111. 119.
    Finis Dunaway, “Seeing Green: The Use and Abuse of American Environmental Images” (05/11/2015
    53:31
  112. 120.
    Eben Kirksey, “The Multispecies Salon” (Duke University Press, 2014)05/10/2015
    1:06:15
  113. 121.
    Andrew Needham, “Power Lines: Phoenix and the Making of the Modern Southwest” (Princeton UP, 2014)04/26/2015
    58:48
  114. 122.
    David A. Pietz, “Yellow River: The Problem of Water in Modern China” (Harvard UP, 2015)04/06/2015
    1:07:45
  115. 123.
    Carolyn Finney, “Black Faces, White Spaces” (UNC Press, 2014)03/17/2015
    1:23:25
  116. 124.
    Edmund Russell, “Evolutionary History: Uniting History and Biology to Understand Life on Earth” (03/11/2015
    48:47
  117. 125.
    Sally Weintrobe, “Engaging with Climate Change: Psychoanalytic and Interdisciplinary Perspectives” (Routledge, 2012)02/11/2015
    42:35
  118. 126.
    Robert Cribb, Helen Gilbert, Helen Tiffin, “Wild Man from Borneo: A Cultural History of the Orangutan” (U of Hawaii Press, 2014)01/15/2015
    58:01
  119. 127.
    Matthew Huber, “Lifeblood: Oil, Freedom, and the Forces of Capital” (U of Minnesota Press, 2013)10/17/2014
    41:39
  120. 128.
    William Viney, “Waste: A Philosophy of Things” (Bloomsbury, 2014)10/15/2014
    37:38
  121. 129.
    Heather Menzies, “Reclaiming the Commons for the Common Good: A Memoir and Manifesto” (New Society Publishers, 2014)10/06/2014
    43:32
  122. 130.
    Robert Stolz, “Bad Water: Nature, Pollution, and Politics in Japan, 1870-1950” (Duke UP, 2014)10/02/2014
    1:14:06
  123. 131.
    James Nisbet, “Ecologies, Environments, and Energy Systems in Art of the 1960s and 1970s” (MIT Press, 2014)09/10/2014
    57:11
  124. 132.
    Silver Donald Cameron, “The Living Beach: Life, Death and Politics where the Land Meets the Sea” (Red Deer Press, 2014)08/05/2014
    49:49
  125. 133.
    Douglas M. Thompson, “The Quest for the Golden Trout: Environmental Loss and America’s Iconic Fish” (University Press of New England, 2013)06/17/2014
    40:35
  126. 134.
    John L. Brooke, “Climate Change and the Course of Global History: A Rough Journey” (Cambridge UP, 2014)06/04/2014
    1:05:57
  127. 135.
    Elizabeth Kolbert, “The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History” (Henry Holt, 2014)04/19/2014
    54:47
  128. 136.
    Jon Mooallem, “Wild Ones” (Pengiun, 2013)03/19/2014
    53:40
  129. 137.
    John R. Gillis, “The Human Shore: Seacoasts in History” (University of Chicago Press, 2012)02/26/2014
    55:36
  130. 138.
    Eduardo Kohn, “How Forests Think: Toward an Anthropology beyond the Human” (University of California Press, 2013)02/09/2014
    1:09:37
  131. 139.
    John Waldman, “Running Silver: Restoring Atlantic Rivers and Their Great Fish Migrations” (Lyons Press, 2013)01/16/2014
    44:34
  132. 140.
    Michael J. Hathaway, “Environmental Winds: Making the Global in Southwest China” (University of California Press, 2013)12/28/2013
    1:13:42
  133. 141.
    Brian Allen Drake, “Loving Nature, Fearing the State” (University of Washington Press, 2013)10/04/2013
    36:27
  134. 142.
    Kate Brown, “Plutopia: Nuclear Families, Atomic Cities, and the Great Soviet and American Plutonium Disasters” (Oxford UP, 2013)09/11/2013
    54:07
  135. 143.
    Michael Ruse, “The Gaia Hypothesis: Science on a Pagan Planet” (University of Chicago Press, 2013)09/08/2013
    1:09:34
  136. 144.
    Clive Hamilton, “Earthmasters: The Dawn of the Age of Climate Engineering” (Yale UP, 2013)06/20/2013
    32:20
  137. 145.
    Jessica Teisch, “Engineering Nature: Water Development and the Global Spread of American Environmental Expertise” (UNC Press, 2011)06/15/2012
    32:41
  138. 146.
    Jen Huntley, “The Making of Yosemite: James Mason Hutchings and the Origins of America’s Most Popular National Park” (UP of Kansas, 2011)04/20/2012
    1:07:19
  139. 147.
    Char Miller, “Public Lands, Public Debates: A Century of Controversy” (Oregon State UP, 2012)04/09/2012
    46:39
  140. 148.
    Anthony Penna, “The Human Footprint: A Global Environmental History” (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010)07/18/2011
    1:02:33
  141. 149.
    Charles Emmerson, “The Future History of the Arctic: How Climate, Resources and Geopolitics are Reshaping the North, and Why it Matters to the World” (Vintage, 2010)05/23/2011
    54:47
  142. 150.
    James Fleming, “Fixing the Sky: The Checkered History of Weather and Climate Control” (Columbia UP, 2010)10/20/2010
    1:00:46
  143. 151.
    Donald Worster, “A Passion for Nature: The Life of John Muir” (Oxford UP, 2008)12/05/2008
    1:02:36

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