Colorado State University, English, M. His father worked as an underground miner at the U. His mother was a homemaker who had a stint working at the Hiawatha coal-cleaning plant when the men were called away during World War II.
Environmental Writing Theses Present Andrews. Narrative memoir of a year working on Sun Ranch in Madison Valley in MT, documenting an attempt to reconcile ranching with conservation. Narrative, lyrical memoir of intense experiences in Palestine, as well as childhood place-based accounts of Syria, Germany, and Minnesota.
Notes from New Mexico. In the Family of Things: Stories about Simple Choices and Radical Change.
Seven essays, with 5 interlude Turning Points on the acts of courage and good faith that inhabit everyday objects. Seven related personal essays on familial, natural, and religious history and issues. Set in Ozarks, Arizona, Maine, Montana.
The World So Sweet: Essays on the Nature of Food. Nine essays each centered on a different food: Blend of personal, historical, cultural, ecological explorations of what we are and what we eat.
Uncovering the Toxic Beauty Industry. Introduction and two expository and personal essays with 40 pages of research notes and bibliography. Fluvial Forms and Processes on the American Frontiers. July Oskar Cole,pp. Experimental frameworks for teasing out latencies in frontierism, restoration, mythology, and imagination.
Lyrical, incisive, mult-genre writing in 3 main chapters with extensive case study epilogue. A Journey to the Crossroads of Faith and Landscape.
Allison De Jong,74 pp. Examines the intersection of Christian faith and environmental concern, addressed to both communities.
Work and the Nature of Place: Intro and 3 related essays about work and place. Welcome to the Evolution: Eight essays and coda, with 6pp bibliography.
Personal essays on elements, place, and spirit. Stories from the Climate Change Movement. Creative essays 2 ; Book Proposal novel with first 60 pp; A Procession of Shadows: Intro, 8 essays, coda.Luci Tapahonso, Navajo, is originally from Shiprock, NM, where she grew up in a family of 11 children.
Navajo was her first language but she learned English at home before starting school at the Navajo Methodist Mission in Farmington, NM. Wildbranch: An Anthology of Nature, Environmental, and Place-based Writing is a powerful collection of mostly unpublished essays and poetry by both prominent American environmental writers and exciting new voices.
The poetry and essays by more than fifty contributors offer the reader glimpses into places as diverse as a forest in West Africa, the moors of Ireland, the canyons of the Sonoran. An important next step in this international development in Nature, to Lawrence Buell's The Environmental Imagination of ecocriticism is the appearance of anthologies that represent and Karla Armbruster and Kathleen Wallace's Beyond Nature the environmental literatures of specific countries, thereby Writing.
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