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Ackland, Michael. From Wilderness to Landscape: Charles Harpur's Dialogue with Wordsworth and Antipodean Nature. Victorian Poetry 40.1 (2002): 21-32.
Keywords: Charles Harpur | environmental sciences | landscape | William Wordsworth
  
Altman, Heidi Maryanna. "Cherokee Fishing: Ethnohistorical, Ethnoecological, and Ethnographic Perspectives." Ph.D. Dissertation: University California, 2002.
Keywords: anthropology | environmental sciences | native Americans | social sciences
  
Aydon, Cyril. Charles Darwin: The Naturalist Who Started a Scientific Revolution. New York: Carroll & Graf, 2002.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | Charles Darwin | ecology | environmental sciences | evolution | geology | Robert Fitzry
  
Barringer, Mark Daniel. Selling Yellowstone: Capitalism and the Construction of Nature. Lawrence: University Press Kansas, 2002.
Keywords: environmental sciences | rhetoric of science | social sciences | Yellowstone National Park
  
Barry, John. “Vulnerability and Virtue: Democracy, Dependency, and Ecological Stewardship.” In Minteer (Collections): pp. 133-152.
Keywords: anthropocentrism | ecology | environmental sciences | politics | science and technology studies | theory
  
Bell, Claudia, and John Lyall. The Accelerated Sublime: Landscape, Tourism, and Identity. Westport, CN: Praeger, 2002.
Keywords: environmental sciences | exploration discovery & travel | landscape | recreation | tourism
  
Blair, Andrea. “Landscape in Drag: The Paradox of Feminine Space in Susan Warner’s ‘The Wide, Wide World.’” In Rosendale (Collections): pp. 111-130.
Keywords: body | ecology | environmental sciences | gender studies | identity | Julia Kristeva | landscape | literature—19th C | metaphor | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | Ralph Waldo Emerson | rhetoric of science | semiotics | Susan Warner
  
Boehrer, Bruce. Shakespeare among the Animals: Nature and Society in the Drama of Early Modern England. New York; Houndmills, UK: Palgrave, 2002.
Keywords: animals | Anthony Van Dyke | Aristotle | Ben Jonson | Conrad Gesner | environmental sciences | Gilles Deleuze | Giovanni Boccaccio | John Milton | Joseph Conrad | literature—biblical | social sciences | William Shakespeare
  
Bohlman, Philip V. “Landscape—Region—Nation—Reich: German Folk Song in the Nexus of National Identity.” Applegate (Collections): pp. 105-127.
Keywords: environmental sciences | folk music | nazism | Richard Wagner | social sciences
  
Branch, Michael P. “Saving All the Pieces: The Place of Textual Editing in Ecocriticism.” In Rosendale (Collections): pp. 3-25.
Keywords: agriculture | colonialism | Cotton Mather | ecology | editing | environmental sciences | geography | Henry David Thoreau | John Muir | literature—20th C | rhetoric of science | Susan Fenimore Cooper | William Wood
  
Broswimmer, Franz J. Ecocide: A Short History of the Mass Extinction of Species. London; Sterling, VA: Pluto Press, 2002.
Keywords: animals | Biological Sciences | environmental sciences | extinction | social sciences
  
Bryson, J. Scott. “Introduction.” In Bryson (Collections): pp. 1-16.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | literature—general | poetry | Walt Whitman
  
Bryson, J. Scott. “’Between the Earth and Silence’: Place and Space in the Poetry of W.S. Merwin.” In Bryson (Collections): pp. 101-116.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | literature—20th C | poetry | W.S. Merwin | Yi-Fu Tuan
  
Bryson, Michael A. Visions of the Land: Science, Literature, and the American Environment from the Era of Exploration to the Age of Ecology. Charlottesville: University Press Virginia, 2002.
Keywords: Charlotte Perkins Gilman | environmental sciences | exploration discovery & travel | John Charles Fremont | John Wesley Powell | landscape | Loren Eiseley | Rachel Carson | Richard Byrd | science & technology studies | Susan Fenimore Cooper | utopias
  
Budd, Malcolm. The Aesthetic Appreciation of Nature: Essays on the Aesthetics of Nature. Oxford: Clarendon Press; New York: Oxford University Press, 2002.
Keywords: aesthetics | agriculture | Christo | conservation | environmental sciences | ethics | G. Dickie | J. Stolnitz | John Muir | K. Walton | landscape | M. Duchamp | Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) | mythology | native Americans | P. Johnson | P. Ziff | photography | postmodernism | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | religion | technology | Tony Hillerman | visual arts—17th-20th C
  
Burton, Lloyd. Worship and Wilderness: Culture, Religion, and Law in the Management of Public Lands and Resources. Madison: University Wisconsin Press, 2002.
Keywords: atheism | conservation | ecology | environmental sciences | law | native Americans | religion | wilderness | wilderness
  
Byerly, Alison. “Rivers, Journeys, and the Construction of Place in Nineteenth-century English Literature.” In Rosendale (Collections): pp. 77-96.
Keywords: Charles Darwin | ecology | environmental sciences | John Ruskin | literature—19th C | pollution | social sciences | technology | visual arts—19th C
  
Callicott, J. Baird. “Science, Value, and Ethics: A Hierarchical Theory.” In Minteer (Collections): pp. 91-116.
Keywords: Aldo Leopold | Charles Darwin | David Hume | ecology | environmental sciences | ethics | Immanual Kant | Jeremy Bentham | science and technology studies | theory
  
Casey, Edward S. Representing Place: Landscape Painting and Maps. Minneapolis: University Minnesota Press, 2002.
Keywords: cartography | environmental sciences | landscape | landscape | petroglyph | philosophy | visual arts--17th-20th C
  
Christensen, Laird. “The Pragmatic Mysticism of Mary Oliver.” In Bryson (Collections): pp. 135-152.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | literature—20th C | Mary Oliver | mysticism | Occult Sciences | poetry
  
Colpitts, George. Game in the Garden: A Human History of Wildlife in Western Canada to 1940. Vancouver: University British Columbia Press, 2002.
Keywords: animals | Biological Sciences | conservation | environmental sciences | John Muir | native Americans | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | social sciences | taxidermy | wilderness | zoological parks
  
Crawford, Rachel. Poetry, Enclosure, and the Vernacular Landscape, 1700-1830. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002.
Keywords: environmental sciences | landscape | literature--18th-19th C | poetry
  
Cubitt, Sean. “Delicatessen: Eco-Apocalypse in the New French Science Fiction Cinema.” In Sardar (Collections): pp. 18—33.
Keywords: apocalypse | ecology | environmental sciences | film | Jűgen Habermas | Jean-Pierre Jeunet | literature—20th C | Marc Caro | popular sciences | technology
  
Curran, Beverly. “In Her Element: Daphne Marlatt, the Lesbian Body, and the Environment.” In Bryson (Collections): pp. 195-206.
Keywords: body | Daphne Marlatt | ecology | environmental sciences | gender studies | literature—20th C | poetry
  
D'Orso, Michael. Plundering Paradise: The Hand of Man on the Galapagos Islands. New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 2002.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | environmental sciences | Galapagos Islands
  
Dalton, Rustynne Collette. The Scientific Habit of Mind: Ellen H. Richards and the Adult Education Movement. Ph.D. Dissertation: University Southern Mississippi, 2002.
Keywords: Ellen H. Richards | environmental sciences | gender studies | health | medicine | nutrition | pedagogy | science & technology studies
  
Davies, Paul. “Cosmos as Metaphor: Eco-spiritual Poetics.” In Parham (Collections): pp. 75-86.
Keywords: biome | ecology | environmental sciences | evolution | gender studies | literature¬¬—19th-20th C | patriarchy | Percy Bysshe Shelley | physical & mathematical sciences | poetry | religion | symbolism
  
Davis, Devra Lee. When Smoke Ran Like Water: Tales of Environmental Deception and the Battle Against Pollution. New York: Basic Books, 2002.
Keywords: cancer | earthquakes | environmental sciences | medicine | pollution
  
Day, Christopher. Spirit and Place: Healing Our Environment, Healing Environment. Oxford; Boston, MA: Architectural Press, 2002.
Keywords: architecture | environmental sciences | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | technology
  
Dreese, Donelle Nicole. Ecocriticism: Creating Self and Place in Environmental and American Indian Literatures. New York: Peter Lang, 2002. native Americans, ecocriticism, landscape, ecology, N. Scott Momaday, Linda Hogan, Joy Harjo, Chrystos, Gloria Anzaldúa, Susan Griffin, Wendell Berry, Simon Ortiz, Wendy Rose, Gerald Vizenor.
Keywords: | environmental sciences
  
Duffy, Rosaleen. A Trip Too Far: Ecotourism, Politics, and Exploitation. London; Sterling, VA: Earthscan, 2002.
Keywords: environmental sciences | exploration discovery & travel | minority studies | politics | tourism
  
Dunckel, Aaron. “’Mont Blanc’: Shelley’s Sublime Allegory of the Real.” In Rosendale (Collections): pp. 207-223.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | Immanuel Kant | literature—19th C | Mary Shelley | memesis | Paul de Man | Percy Bysshe Shelley | Plato | visual arts—19th C | William Howarth
  
Eckersley, Robyn. “Environmental Pragmatism, Ecocentrism, and Deliberative Democracy: Between Problem-solving and Fundamental Critique.” In Minteer (Collections): pp. 49-70.
Keywords: Charles Darwin | Discover | ecology | environmental sciences | exploration discovery & travel | Hannah Arendt | Jurgen Habermas | justice | philosophy | politics | science and technology studies | theory
  
Ehrenfeld, David. Swimming Lessons: Keeping Afloat in the Age of Technology. London; New York: Oxford University Press, 2002.
Keywords: agriculture | biodiversity | Biological Sciences | Charles Darwin | conservation | economics | environmental sciences | genetic engineering | internet | native Americans | pedagogy | pollution | religion | social sciences | technology | utopia | William K. Stevens
  
Ehrlich, Tracy L. Landscape and Identity in Early Modern Rome: Villa Culture at Frascati in the Borghese Era. Cambridge, UK; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002.
Keywords: architecture | environmental sciences | social sciences | technology
  
Elkins, Andrew. Another Place: An Ecocritical Study of Selected Western American Poets. Fort Worth: Texas Christian University Press, 2002.
Keywords: Adrian Louis | Dan Bradshaw | ecocriticism | ecology | environmental sciences | imagery | Jane Hirshfield | John Haines | landscape | literature--20th C | Margaret Church | native Americans | philosophy | poetry | Richard Hugo
  
Ellis, Brian David. The Philosophy of Nature: A Guide to the New Essentialism. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2002.
Keywords: environmental sciences | metaphysics | philosophy | theory
  
Erlich, Richard D., and Diana Perkins. “Herons, Ringtrees, and Mud: Ursula K. Le Guin’s ‘The Eye of the Heron.’” Extrapolation 43 (Fall 2002): 314-329.
Keywords: environmental sciences | feminism | hero | peace | popular sciences | postmodernism | religion | science fiction | social sciences | Ursula K. LeGuin | wilderness
  
Feder, Helena. “Ecocriticism, New Historicism, and Romantic Apostrophe.” In Rosendale (Collections): pp. 42-58.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | literature—general | Percy Bysshe Shelley | Samuel Taylor Coleridge | William Wordsworth
  
Fleming, Deborah. “Landscape and the Self in Y.B. Yeats and Robinson Jeffers.” In Bryson (Collections): pp. 39-57.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | landscape | literature—20th C | poetry | Robinson Jeffers | Y.B. Yeats
  
Frattali, Steven. Person, Place, and World: A Late-modern Reading of Robert Frost. Victoria, British Columbia: University Victoria, 2002.
Keywords: environmental sciences | Robert Frost
  
Gardner, Gary T. Invoking the Spirit: Religion and Spirituality in the Quest for a Sustainable World. Washington, DC: Worldwatch Institute, 2002.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | religion | Worldwatch Institute
  
Garforth, Lisa. “Ecotopian Fiction and the Sustainable Society.” In Parham (Collections): pp. 100-116.
Keywords: apocalypse | ecology | environmental sciences | Kim Stanley Robinson | literature—20th C | Marge Piercy | popular science | utopia
  
Gifford, Terry. “Gary Snyder and the Post-pastoral.” In Bryson (Collections): pp. 77-87.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | Gary Snyder | literature—20th C | poetry
  
Gifford, Terry. “Towards a Post-pastoral View of British Poetry.” In Parham (Collections): pp. 51-63.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | literature—20th C | poetry | Raymond Williams | Ted Hughes | Virgil
  
Gilcrest, David W. Greening the Lyre. Reno: University Nevada Press, 2002.
Keywords: A.R. Ammons | Adrienne Rich | aesthetics | Alexander Pope | Aristotle | Carolyn Merchant | Catriona Sandilands | Charles Wright | ecology | Elizabeth Bishop | environmental sciences | Ezra Pound | Gary Snyder | gender studies | identity | John Elder | Kenneth Burke | Lawrence Buell | Leonard Scigaj | linguistics | literature—20th C | Marianne Moore | Max Oelschlaeger | metaphor | mimesis | Norman Russell | Patric Murphy | perception | Peter Borrelli | poetry | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | rhetoric of science | Robert Frost | Robert Pack | Seamus Heaney | symbolism | T.S. Eliot | Wallace Stevens | William Bevis | William Wordsworth | Wolfgang Iser
  
Gilcrest, David. “Regarding Silence: Cross-cultural Roots of Ecopoetic Meditation.” In Bryson (Collections): pp. 17-28.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | Leonard M. Scigaj | literature—general | Plato | poetry
  
Girdner, Eddie J., and Jack Smith. Killing Me Softly: Toxic Waste, Corporate Profit, and the Struggle for Environmental Justice. New York: Monthly Review Press, 2002.
Keywords: environmental sciences | hazardous waste | law | science & technology studies | social sciences
  
Gooding, Mel. Artists, Land, Nature. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 2002.
Keywords: Chris Drury | environmental sciences | Giuseppe Penone | landscape | Nikolaus Lang | photography | Richard Long | technology | visual arts--20th C | William Furlong
  
Goodman, Audrey. Translating Southwestern Landscapes: The Making of an Anglo Literary Region. Tucson: University Arizona Press, 2002.
Keywords: environmental sciences | landscape | photography | technology
  
Gordon, Maggie. “A Woman Writing about Nature: Louise Glűck and ‘The Absence of Intention.’” In Bryson (Collections): pp. 221-231.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | gender studies | literature—20th C | Louise Glűck | poetry | Robert Hass | Ynestra King
  
Gottlieb, Robert. “Linking Movements and Constructing a New Vision: Environmental Justice and Community Food Security.” In Minteer (Collections): pp. 321-334.
Keywords: ecology | environmental justice | environmental sciences | policy | politics | science and technology studies
  
Harper, Charles L. Food, Society, and Environment. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2003.
Keywords: environmental sciences | food | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
  
Haycox, Stephen W. Frigid Embrace: Politics, Economics, and Environment in Alaska. Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 2002.
Keywords: ecology | economics | environmental sciences | native Americans
  
Hayward, Tim. “Environmental Rights as Democratic Rights.” In Minteer (Collections): pp. 237-256.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | ethics | Jeremy Waldron | science and technology studies
  
Head, Donimic. “Beyond 2000: Raymond Williams and the Ecocritic’s Task.” In Parham (Collections): pp. 24-36.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | literature—20th C | Matthew Arnold | postmodernism | Raymond Williams | theory
  
Hegarty, Emily. “Genocide and Extinction in Linda Hogan’s Ecopoetry.” In Bryson (Collections): pp. 162-178.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | extinction | genocide | Linda Hogan | literature—20th C | poetry
  
Hersey, Eleanor. “’Space Is a Frame We Map Ourselves In’: The Feminist Geographies of Susan Howe’s Frame Structures.” In Rosendale (Collections): pp. 131-148.
Keywords: agriculture | body | cartography | colonialism | ecology | environmental sciences | gender structures | geography | Henry Wadsworth Longfellow | literature—19th C | physical & mathematical sciences | social sciences | Susan Howe
  
Huffman, Bennett. “Postmodern Ecocritism in the Science Fiction Novel: J.G. Ballard and Ken Kesey.” In Parham (Collections): pp. 64-74.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | Gaia | J.G. Ballard | Ken Kesey | Kim Stanley Robinson | literature—20th C | popular science | technology | time
  
Hunt, Richard. “How to Love this World: The Transpersonal Wild in Margaret Atwood’s Ecological Poetry.” In Bryson (Collections): pp. 232-244.
Keywords: Aldo Leopold | ecology | environmental sciences | literature—20th C | Margaret Atwood | poetry | wilderness
  
Hutchings, Kevin Douglas. Imagining Nature: Blake's Environmental Poetics. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2002.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | literature--17th C | poetry | William Blake
  
Josephson, Paul R. Industrialized Nature: Brute Force Technology and the Transformation of the Natural World. Washington, DC: Island Press/Shearwater Books, 2002.
Keywords: conservation | environmental sciences | science & technology studies | technology
  
Jurgis, Andy. “Twentieth-century Rural Poets of Britain and Ireland: Ecological Voices from the Geographical and Cultural Margins.” In Parham (Collections): pp. 198-225.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | evolution | geography | landscape | literature—20th C | physical & mathematical sciences | poetry | Seamus Heaney
  
Kamada, Roy Osamu. “Postcolonial Romanticisms: Derek Walcott and the Melancholy Narrative of Landscape.” In Bryson (Collections): pp. 207-220.
Keywords: Derek Walcott | ecology | environmental sciences | literature—20th C | melancholy | narrative | poetry | rhetoric of science
  
Kerridge, Richard. “Narratives of Resignation: Environmentalism in Recent Fiction.” In Parham (Collections): pp. 87-99.
Keywords: dystopia | ecology | environmental sciences | literature—20th C | narrative | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | rhetoric of science | T.C. Boyle
  
Kershaw, Baz. “Ecoactivist Performance: The Environment as Partner in Protest?” Drama Review 46 (Spring 2002): 118-130.
Keywords: drama | environmental sciences | Greenpeace
  
Kirkman, Robert. Skeptical Environmentalism: The Limits of Philosophy and Science. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2002. philosophy, biological sciences, science & technology studies, David Abram, George Louis Leclerc Buffon, J. Baird Callicott, Charles Darwin, ecology, René Descartes, ethics, Warwick Fox, G.W.F.
Keywords: Aldo Leopold | Arne Naess | Carl Linneaus | David Hume | environmental sciences | Hegel | Immanuel Kant | Jean-Jacques Rousseau | Martin Heidegger | metaphor | theory | wilderness
  
Kirwan, James. “Vicarious Edification: Radcliffe and the Sublime.” In Rosendale (Collections): pp. 224-246.
Keywords: Ann Radcliffe | ecology | Edmund Burke | environmental sciences | Immanuel Kant | John Baillie | literature—18th C | Psychological & Cognitive Studies | William Wordsworth
  
Klaus, Susan L. A Modern Arcadia: Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. and the Plan for Forest Hills Gardens. Amherst: University Massachusetts Press, 2002.
Keywords: architecture | environmental sciences | Frederick Law Olmsted | landscape | social sciences | technology
  
Knott, John R. Imagining Wild America. Ann Arbor: University Michigan Press, 2002.
Keywords: Edward Abbey | environmental sciences | Henry David Thoreau | John James Audubon | John Muir | landscape | literature--18th-19th C | Mary Oliver | Wendell Berry | wilderness
  
Light, Andrew. “Restoring Ecological Citizenship.” In Minteer (Collections): pp. 153-172.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | science and technology studies | theory
  
Lilley, James D. “Of Whales and Men: The Dynamics of Cormac McCarthy’s Environmental Imagination.” In Rosendale (Collections): pp. 149-164.
Keywords: aesthetics | body | Cormac McCarthy | ecology | environmental sciences | Lawrence Buell | literature—20th C | photography | technology
  
Long, Mark. “William Carlos Williams, Ecocriticism, and Contemporary American Nature Poetry.” In Bryson (Collections): pp. 58-76.
Keywords: Adrianne Rich | ecology | environmental sciences | literature—20th C | poetry | William Carlos Williams
  
Luke, Timothy W. “The People, Politics, and the Planet: Who Knows, Protects, and Serves Nature Best?” In Minteer (Collections): pp. 301-320.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | policy | politics | science and technology studies | Ulrich Beck
  
Marks, Robert. The Origins of the Modern World: A Global and Ecological Narrative. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2002.
Keywords: Andre Gunder Frank | Arturo Giraldez | Bin Wong | Charles Tilly | colonialism | Dennis Flynn | economics | environmental sciences | Fernand Braudel | Immanuel Wallerstein | Janet Abu-Lughod | Jim Blaut | Ken Pomeranz | Philip Curtin | race studies | social sciences | technology | William McNeill
  
Martinez Alier, Juan. The Environmentalism of the Poor: A Study of Ecological Conflicts and Valuation. Cheltenham, UK; Northhampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 2002.
Keywords: apocalypse | ecology | economics | environmental sciences | politics | social sciences | theory
  
McColley, Diane. “The Commodious Ark: Nature’s Voice in Early Modern Poetry.” In Parham (Collections): pp. 130-143.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | Francis Bacon | literature—16th C | poetry | religion | rhetoric of science
  
Milton, Kay. Loving Nature: Towards an Ecology of Emotion. London; New York: Routledge, 2002.
Keywords: anthropology | B. Malinowski | biodiversity | C.E. Izard | E. R. Damasio | ecology | emotions | environmental sciences | Gaia theory | J.J. Gibson | J.M. Barbalet | native Americans | P. Boyer | pedagogy | perception | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | R.E. Goodin | religion | symbolism | U. Neisser | W. Fox
  
Minteer, Ben A. “Deweyan Democracy and Environmental Ethics.” In Minteer (Collections): pp. 33-48.
Keywords: Charles Sanders Pierce | ecology | environmental sciences | ethics | John Dewey | Richard Rorty | science and technology studies | Stanley Fish
  
Murray, Gavin. “Reversing the Fall: The Sense of Place in D.H. Lawrence.” In Parham (Collections): pp. 186-197.
Keywords: D.H. Lawrence | ecology | environmental sciences | literature—19th C | rhetoric of science
  
Nierenberg, Danielle. Correcting Gender Myopia: Gender Equity, Women's Welfare, and the Environment. Washington, DC: Worldwatch Institute, 2002.
Keywords: environmental sciences | gender studies | medicine | social sciences | Worldwatch
  
Norton, Bryan G. “Democracy and Environmentalism: Foundations and Justifiations in Environmental Policy.” In Minteer (Collections): pp. 11-32.
Keywords: Charles Darwin | environmental sciences | Immanual Kant | René Descartes | science and technology studies | theory
  
Oerlemans, Onno. Romanticism and the Materiality of Nature. Toronto; Buffalo, NY: University Toronto Press, 2002.
Keywords: Alan Bewell | Alan Liu | Alexander von Humboldt | Anne Mellor | Barry Lopez | Carolus Linnaeus | Charles Darwin | David Hume | Dorothy Wordsworth | environmental sciences | Erasmus Darwin | exploration discovery & travel | gender studies | Geoffrey Hartman | geology | George Stubbs | Georges Cuvier | Gilbert White | Jean-Baptiste de Lamarck | John Clare | John Locke | Jonathan Bate | Joseph Priestly | literature—18th C | P.D. Holbach | perception | Percy Bysshe Shelley | poetry | Robert Burns | Samuel Taylor Coleridge | Timothy Morton | William Wordsworth
  
Olwig, Kenneth Robert. Landscape, Nature, and the Body Politic: From Britain's Renaissance to America's New World. Madison; London: University Wisconsin Press, 2002.
Keywords: environmental sciences | gender studies | geography | landscape | nature | politics | rhetoric of science
  
O’Neill, John. “Deliberative Democracy and Environmental Policy.” In Minteer (Collections): pp. 257-278.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | policy | science and technology studies | theory | Thomas Hobbes
  
Paehlke, Robert. “Cycles of Closure in Environmental Politics and Policy.” In Minteer (Collections): pp. 279-300.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | policy | science and technology studies | theory
  
Palmer III, Louis H. “Articulating the Cyborg: An Impure Model for Environmental Revolution.” In Rosendale (Collections): pp. 165-180.
Keywords: 20th C | Aldo Leopold | cyborg | Donna Haraway | ecology | Enlightenment | environmental sciences | gender studies | Henry David Thoreau | Henry David Thoreau | John Muir | literature—19th | pollution | social sciences | theory | William Faulkner
  
Parham, John. “Was There a Victorian Ecology?” In Parham (Collections), pp. 156-171.
Keywords: Alfred Tennyson | Alison Sulloway | ecology | environmental sciences | evolution | Gerard Manley Hopkins | John Ruskin | landscape | literature—19th C | literature—children’s | poetry | Thomas Carlyle | Thomas Hardy | visual arts—19th C
  
Pearson, Byron E. Still the Wild River Runs: Congress, the Sierra Club, and the Fight to Save Grand Canyon. Tucson: University Arizona Press, 2002.
Keywords: dams | environmental sciences | Grand Canyon | science & technology studies | Sierra Club | technology
  
Pellow, David N., and Lisa Sun-Hee Park. The Silicon Valley of Dreams: Environmental Injustice, Immigrant Workers, and the High-tech Global Economy. New York: New York University Press, 2002.
Keywords: | computers | economics | environmental sciences | immigration | law | minorities | poverty | Silicon Valley | technology
  
Phillips, Rowan Ricardo. “Derek Walcott: Imagination, Nation and the Poetics of Memory” Small Axe 6.1 (2002): 112-132.
Keywords: Derek Walcott | environmental sciences | imagination | landscape | poetry | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
  
Pite, Ralph. “’Founded on the Affections’: A Romantic Ecology.” In Parham (Collections): pp. 144-155.
Keywords: Christopher Smart | ecology | environmental sciences | literature—18th C | William Blake | William Cowper | William Wordsworth
  
Quah, Euston, and K. C. Tan. Siting Environmentally Unwanted Facilities: Risks, Trade-offs, and Choices. Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 2002.
Keywords: environmental justice | environmental sciences | NIMBY | politics
  
Quetchenbach, Bernard W. “Primary Concerns: The Development of Current Environmental Identity Poetry.” In Bryson (Collections): pp. 245-262.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | Gary Snyder | identity | literature—20th C | poetry | Robert Bly
  
Rasula, Jed. This Compost: Ecological Imperatives in American Poetry. Athens: University Georgia Press, 2002.
Keywords: A.R. Ammons | alchemy | chaos | Charles Olson | Clayton Eshleman | death | Edward Dorn | Emily Dickenson | environmental sciences | Ezra Pound | Ezra Pound | Gertrude Stein | Gilles Deleuze | Heraclitus | Herman Melville | Jacques Derrida | John Ashbery | John Keats | Kenneth Irby | Kenneth Rexroth | literature—19th-20th C | Louis Zukofsky | Lucretius | Michael McClure | Michel Foucault | Mina Loy | myth | native Americans | Occult Sciences | poetry | psyche | Ralph Waldo Emerson | rhetoric of science | Robert Duncan | Robert Frost | Robinson Jeffers | Wallace Stevens | Walt Whitman | war | William Carlos Williams | William James
  
Ringler, Dick. Bard of Iceland: Jónas Hallgrímsson, Poet and Scientist. Madison, WI: University Wisconsin Press, 2002.
Keywords: archaeology | Biological Sciences | botany | environmental sciences | geography | Jonas Hallgrimsson | literature--19th C | politics | social sciences | zoology
  
Rosendale, Steven. “In Search of Left Ecology’s Usable Past: The Jungle, Social Change, and the Class Character of Environmental Impairment.” In Rosendale (Collections): pp. 59-76.
Keywords: agriculture | ecology | environmental sciences | literature—20th C | Sinclair Lewis | social sciences | Upton Sinclair
  
Ross, Annie Grace. "One Mother Earth, One Doctor Water: A Story about Environmental Justice in the Age of Nuclearism: A Native American View." Ph.D. Dissertation: University California, 2002.
Keywords: environmental sciences | law | native Americans
  
Rubin, Charles T. “Civic Environmentalism.” In Minteer (Collections): pp. 335-352.
Keywords: Dewitt John | ecology | environmental sciences | policy | politics | science and technology studies
  
Rudd, Gillian. “Making the Rocks Disappear: Refocusing Chaucer’s Knight’s and Franklin’s Tales.” In Parham (Collections): pp. 117-129.
Keywords: allegory | ecology | environmental sciences | gender studies | Geoffrey Chaucer | landsape | literature—medieval | magic | Occult Sciences
  
Ryle, Martin. “After ‘Organic Community’: Ecocriticism, Nature, and Human Nature.” In Parham (Collections): pp. 11-23.
Keywords: Discover | ecology | environmental sciences | exploration discovery & travel | literature—19th C | pedagogy | Thomas Hardy | William Wordsworth
  
Sandilands, Catriona. “Opinionated Natures: Toward a Green Public Culture.” In Minteer (Collections): pp. 117-132.
Keywords: ecology | environmental justice | environmental sciences | Hanna Arendt | Jűrgen Habermas | science and technology studies | theory
  
Sayre, Gordon. “Le Page du Pratz’s Fabulous Journey of Discovery: Learning about Nature Writing from a Colonial Promotional Narrative.” In Rosendale (Collections): pp. 26-41.
Keywords: aesthetics | Antoine-Simone | colonialism | ecology | environmental sciences | Le Pae du Pratz | literature—18th C | narrative | native Americans
  
Scigaj, Leonard M. “Panentheisti Epistemology: The Style of Wendell Berry’s A Timbered Choir.” In Bryson (Collections): pp. 117-134.
Keywords: Dante Alighieri | ecology | environmental sciences | literature—20th C | Maurice Merleau-Ponty | poetry | Wendell Berry
  
Scott-Luckens, Carola. “Providence, Earth’s ‘Treasury’ and the Common Weal: Baconianism and Metaphysics in Millenarian Utopian Texts.” In Jowitt (Collections): pp. 109-126.
Keywords: environmental sciences | Francis Bacon | literature—16th C | metaphysics | politics | religion | Samuel Hartlib | social sciences | Thomas Hobbes
  
Simpson, John Warfield. Yearning for the Land: A Search for the Importance of Place. New York; Toronto: Pantheon, 2002.
Keywords: environmental sciences | John Muir | landscape
  
Sluyter, Andrew. Colonialism and Landscape: Postcolonial Theory and Applications. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2002.
Keywords: colonialism | conservation | environmental sciences | geology | landscape | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | theory
  
Smith, David Clayton. Studies in the Land: The Northeast Corner. New York: Routledge, 2002. forestry, agriculture, William A. Drew, pedagogy, J.F.W.
Keywords: environmental sciences | Johnston
  
Stableford, Brian. “Dead Letters and Their Inheritors: Ecospasmic Crashes and the Postmortal Condition in Brian Stableford's Histories of the Future.” In Hollinger, (Collections): pp. 190-203.
Keywords: dystopia | ecology | environmental sciences | popular science | science fiction
  
Steinberg, Theodore. Down to Earth: Nature's Role in American History. New York: Oxford University Press, 2002.
Keywords: agriculture | ecology | environmental sciences | Gifford Pinchot | John Muir | philosophy | politics | pollution | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | race studies | social sciences | technology | veterinary medicine | William Tecumseh Sherman
  
Stewart, Omer Call. Forgotten Fires: Native Americans and the Transient Wilderness. Norman: University Oklahoma Press, 2002.
Keywords: agriculture | ecology | environmental sciences | fire | native Americans
  
Stille, Alexander. The Future of the Past. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2002.
Keywords: archaeology | environmental sciences | rhetoric of science | social sciences | technology
  
Stone, Hilary, and John Washington-Smith. Profit and the Environment: Common Sense or Contradiction? West Sussex, UK; New York: Wiley, 2002.
Keywords: environmental sciences | ethics | Greenpeace | politics | pollution | risk | social sciences
  
Sunstein, Cass R. Risk and Reason: Safety, Law, and the Environment. Cambridge, U.K.; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002.
Keywords: AIDS | Bill Clinton | emotions | environmental sciences | genetic engineering | George W. Bush | imagery | medicine | native Americans | nuclear power | politics | pollution | risk | Robert Hahn | social sciences | technology | wildlife
  
Talshir, Gayil. The Political Ideology of Green Parties: From the Politics of Nature to Redefining the Nature of Politics. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002.
Keywords: environmental sciences | green movement | ideology | politics | theory
  
Tarter, James. “Locating the Uranium Mine: Place, Multiethnicity, and Environmental Justice in Leslie Marmon Silko’s Ceremony.” In Rosendale (Collections): pp. 97-110.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | identity | Leslie Marmon Silko | literature—20th C | native Americans | race studies | social sciences
  
Taylor, Bob Pepperman. “Aldo Leopold’s Civic Education.” In Minteer (Collections): pp. 173-190.
Keywords: Aldo Leopold | Charles Darwin | ecology | environmental sciences | literature—20th C | politics | science and technology studies | theory
  
Thompson, Roger. “Emerson, Divinity, and Rhetoric in Transcendentalist Nature Writing.” In Bryson (Collections): pp. 29-38.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | literature—19th C | poetry | Ralph Waldo Emerson | religion | rhetoric of science | transcendentalism
  
Thomson, Jeffrey. “’Everything Blooming Bows Down in the Rain’: Nature and the Work of Mourning in the Contemporary Elegy.” In Bryson (Collections): pp. 153-161.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | Jane Kenyon | literature—20th C | poetry
  
Van Noy, Rick. “Surveying the Sublime: Literary Cartographers and the Spirit of Place.” In Rosendale (Collections): pp. 181-206.
Keywords: aesthetics | cartography | Clarence King | ecology | Edmund Burke | environmental sciences | Henry David Thoreau | identity | John Lambert | John Ruskin | John Wesley Powell | literature—19th-20th C | native Americans | physical & mathematical sciences | surveying | visual arts—19th-20th C
  
Villeneuve, A., A. Castelein, and M. A. Mekouar. Mountains and the Law: Emerging Trends. Rome: Food and Agriculture. Organization of the United Nations, 2002.
Keywords: ecology | economics | environmental sciences | law
  
Vivano, Luis A. “Environmentalism, Democracy, and the Cultural Politics of Nature in Monte Verde, Costa Rica.” In Minteer (Collections): pp. 215-236.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | Jose Castellanos | politics | science and technology studies | theory
  
Voros,Gyorgyi. “Earth’s Echo: Answering Nature in Ammons’s Poetry.” In Bryson (Collections): pp. 88-100.
Keywords: A.R. Ammons | ecology | environmental sciences | literature—20th C | poetry
  
Walker, Charlotte Zoë. “Letting in the Sky: An Ecofeminist Reading of Virginia Woolf’s Short Fiction.” In Parham (Collections): pp. 172-185.
Keywords: colonialism | ecology | environmental sciences | gender studies | landsape | literature—20th C | literature—children’s | patriarchy | Virginia Woolf | war
  
Wehr, Kevin C. DamNation: The State of Nature and the Nature of the State in the American West. Ph.D. Dissertation: University Wisconsin, Madison, 2002.
Keywords: dams | environmental sciences | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Welter, Volker. Biopolis: Patrick Geddes and the City of Life. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2002.
Keywords: architecture | Biological Sciences | ecology | environmental sciences | Patrick Geddes | technology | theory
  
Wenz, Peter S. “Justice, Democracy, and Global Warming.” In Minteer (Collections): pp. 191-214.
Keywords: environmental sciences | global warming | justice | politics | science and technology studies
  
Wilkinson, David. Environment and Law. London; New York: Routledge, 2002.
Keywords: environmental sciences | law | politics
  
Xiaojing, Zhou. “’The Redshifing Web’: Arthur Sze’s Ecopoetics.” In Bryson (Collections): pp. 179-194.
Keywords: Arthur Sze | ecology | environmental sciences | literature—20th C | native Americans | poetry