Keywords for Environmental Studies

Editors: Adamson, Joni, Gleason, William A. and Pellow, David N.
Publication Year: 2016
Publisher: New York University Press

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-0-8147-6083-3
Category: Science - Environmental sciences
Book Status: Available
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Keywords for Environmental Studies analyzes the central terms and debates currently structuring the most exciting research in and across environmental studies, including the environmental humanities, environmental social sciences, sustainability sciences, and the sciences of nature.

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Table of Contents

  • Foreword - Lawrence Buell
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction - Joni Adamson, William A. Gleason, and David N. Pellow
  • 1. Agrarian Ecology - Gary Paul Nabhan
  • 2. Animal - Stacy Alaimo
  • 3. Anthropocene - Jan Zalasiewicz, Mark Williams, and Colin N. Waters
  • 4. Biodiversity - Andy Dobson
  • 5. Biomimicry - Bryony Schwan
  • 6. Biopolitics - James J. Hughes
  • 7. Bioregionalism - Keith Pezzoli
  • 8. Biosemiotics - Timo Maran
  • 9. Biosphere - Tyler Volk
  • 10. Built Environment - William A. Gleason
  • 11. Climate Change - Andrew Ross
  • 12. Conservation-Preservation - William G. Moseley
  • 13. Consumption - Andrew Szasz
  • 14. Cosmos - Laura Dassow Walls
  • 15. Culture - Dianne Rocheleau and Padini Nirmal
  • 16. Degradation - Stephanie Foote
  • 17. Democracy - Sheila Jasanoff
  • 18. Eco-Art - Basia Irland
  • 19. Ecocriticism - Greg Garrard
  • 20. Ecofascism - Michael E. Zimmerman and Teresa A. Toulouse
  • 21. Ecofeminism - Greta Gaard
  • 22. Ecology - Reinmar Seidler and Kamaljit S. Bawa
  • 23. Ecomedia - Michael Ziser
  • 24. Economy - Robert Costanza
  • 25. Ecopoetics - Kate Rigby
  • 26. Eco-terrorism - David N. Pellow
  • 27. Ecotourism - Robert Melchior Figueroa
  • 28. Education - Mitchell Thomashow
  • 29. Environment - Vermonja R. Alston
  • 30. Environmentalism(s) - Joan Martinez-Alier
  • 31. Environmental Justice - Giovanna Di Chiro
  • 32. Ethics - Hava Tirosh-Samuelson
  • 33. Ethnography - Deborah Bird Rose
  • 34. Evolution - Dorion Sagan
  • 35. Extinction - Ursula K. Heise
  • 36. Genome - David E. Salt
  • 37. Globalization - Arthur P. J. Mol
  • 38. Green - Stephanie LeMenager and Teresa Shewry
  • 39. Health - Alissa Cordner, Phil Brown, and Rachel Morello-Frosch
  • 40. History - Stefania Barca
  • 41. Humanities - Joni Adamson
  • 42. Imperialism - Ashley Dawson
  • 43. Indigeneity - Kyle Powys Whyte
  • 44. Landscape - Dorceta E. Taylor
  • 45. Natural Disaster - Priscilla Wald
  • 46. Nature - Noel Castree
  • 47. Nature Writing - Karla Armbruster
  • 48. Pastoral - Sarah Phillips Casteel
  • 49. Place - Wendy Harcourt
  • 50. Political Ecology - Mario Blaser and Arturo Escobar
  • 51. Pollution - Serenella Iovino
  • 52. Queer Ecology - Catriona Sandilands
  • 53. Religion - Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim
  • 54. Risk Society - Robert J. Brulle
  • 55. Scale - Julie Sze
  • 56. Species - Quentin Wheeler
  • 57. Sublime - Patrick D. Murphy
  • 58. Sustainability - Julian Agyeman
  • 59. Translation - Carmen Flys-Junquera and Carmen Valero-Garcés
  • 60. Urban Ecology - Nik Heynen
  • Bibliography
  • About the Contributors