This collection includes the work of current and past members of the Environmental Studies Department.
A list of current faculty is available here.

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Submissions from 2021

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(Article) How to stuff a duck: Learning artisan foie gras production in France, Jean Lavigne

Submissions from 2020

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(Article) A colonized COP: Indigenous exclusion and youth climate justice activism at the United Nations climate change negotiations, Corrie Grosse and Brigid Mark

Submissions from 2019

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(Article) Climate justice movement building: values and cultures of creation in Santa Barbara, California, Corrie Grosse

Submissions from 2018

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(Blog Post) One Year Retrospective on the State of the Union, Anthony Cunningham, Nicholas Hayes, Noreen L. Herzfeld, Louis D. Johnston, and Derek R. Larson

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(Blog Post) What I did on my summer vacation, Derek R. Larson

Submissions from 2017

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(Article) "Not yet the end of the world": political cultures of opposition and creation in the global youth climate justice movement, John Foran, Summer Gray, and Corrie Grosse

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(Blog Post) Political Turmoil and Personal Refuge: Trump Presidency at 100 Days and Beyond, Nicholas Hayes, Noreen L. Herzfeld, Louis D. Johnston, James Read, Kathleen A. Cahalan, and Derek R. Larson

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(Blog Post) Lame Ducks and the Antiquities Act: How (most) Presidents Use a 1906 Law to Ensure Their Environmental Legacies, Derek R. Larson

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(Blog Post) Moving Toward Climate Resilience, Derek R. Larson

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(Blog Post) Trump’s War on the EPA, Derek R. Larson

Submissions from 2016

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(Blog Post) The Election: Our View from the Avon Hills, Louis D. Johnston, Nicholas Hayes, Noreen L. Herzfeld, James Read, Kathleen A. Cahalan, and Derek R. Larson

Submissions from 2015

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(Article) Is there a caring class? Intergenerational transmission of care work, Maria Charles, Corrie Ellis Grosse, and Paula England

Submissions from 2012

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(Article) A long-term perspective on a modern drought in the American Southeast, N Pederson, A R. Bell, Troy A. Knight, C Leland, N Malcomb, K J. Anchukaitis, K Tackett, J Scheff, A Brice, B Catron, W Blozan, and J Riddle

Submissions from 2004

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(Article) Biology of the Southeast, James M. Poff, Derek R. Larson, and Charles F. Rodell

Submissions from 2002

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(Article) Where the buffalo roam: boundaries and the politics of scale in the Yellowstone Region, Jean Lavigne