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RiverTime
RiverTime (March 2008)
Ecotravel on the World's Rivers
Mary A. Hood - Author

Journeys on the world’s rivers, from a naturalist’s point of view.

In this engaging travelogue of our world’s rivers, great and small, poet and biologist Mary A. Hood reflects on rivers as creators of place. Recounting her journeys along portions of the Mississippi, the Danube, the Amazon, the Yangtze, the Ganges, the Nile, and a dozen small U.S. rivers, Hood weaves together natural history, current environmental and conservation i...(Read More)

 
 
Moral Habitat
Moral Habitat (July 2007)
Ethos and Agency for the Sake of Earth
Nancie Erhard - Author

A work of environmental ethics that looks at how “otherkind”—and humankind—contributes to our moral imagination.

Moral Habitat explores how our moral imaginations and moral norms have been shaped by and even cocreated with Earth in diverse biotic communities. Weaving together science and religion with indigenous and womanist traditions, Nancie Erhard uses examples from a variety of so...(Read More)
 
 
Land, Value, Community
Land, Value, Community (January 2002)
Callicott and Environmental Philosophy
Wayne Ouderkirk - Editor
Jim Hill - Editor

Leading scholars critically assess the pioneering environmental philosophy of J. Baird Callicott.

Land, Value, Community
provides an in-depth critical study of the theories of J. Baird Callicott, one of the world's foremost environmental philosophers. An international group of scholars representing philosophy, ecology, ecofeminism, Native American studies, political science, and religion studies critically asses...(Read More)
 
 
Called to Healing
Called to Healing (July 1996)
Reflections on the Power of Earth's Stories in Women's Lives
Jean Troy-Smith - Author

Advocates and demonstrates women's path to personal wholeness and self-healing through an eco-feminist, reader-response analysis of four fictional narratives.

Women's paths to personal wholeness and self-healing are explored through an eco-feminist, reader-response analysis of four fictional narratives. Included in these are Mary Austin, Harriette Arnow, Ellen Galford, Ibis Gomez-Vega, Sally Carrighar.