All posts tagged Photography

The camp at Standing Rock. Photo by Larry Nesper, November 2016.

Loaves and Fishes at Standing Rock

A senior scholar of North American indigenous history visits the Oceti Sakowin camp and finds cause for hope. Up to a point.

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Domestic Labor: Excavating the Public Sphere

Excavating the Private Sphere

A photo essay of mid-century domestic relics open a window on a woman’s hard, heroic, uncelebrated life.

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The Biosphere 2 rainforest biome and habitat. Photo by Justin Frisch, 2011.

Biosphere 2: Why an Eccentric Ecological Experiment Still Matters 25 Years Later

Four scholars and one of the original “biospherians” offer their takes on perhaps the largest private science experiment in history.

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Postcards from the Field

Ghost towns, cougar encounters, and a rock band’s tour across Europe. How five graduate students spent the summer.

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At the Confluence of Art and Science

Ecologists and artists work together to give voice to Wisconsin waterways while a social scientist observes their collaboration.

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Same Place, Different Photograph

Repeat photography is used by a range of scientists and artists as a form of data collection, but also raises deeper questions about the nature of truth.

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Edgy Stuff: June 2016 Recommendations

Announcing new editors and June 2016 recommendations from the Edge Effects editorial board.

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Mississippi River

Snapshots of the Mississippi

Members of the Edge Effects editorial board share a selection of photos from CHE’s recent Place-Based Workshop on the Mississippi River.

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Stopping by Working Woods on a Snowy Evening

A take on Robert Frost’s famous poem, adapted to reflect changes in Wisconsin forest ownership and conservation.

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Postcards from the Field: Part 2

A second batch of postcards showcases the summer travels, fieldwork, and adventures of CHE graduate students.

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