Edge Effects invites scholars from different disciplines to introduce texts on the complexities of borders. This list also includes ideas on how to frame and teach the topic of borders in the classroom.
Author: The Editorial Board
Edge Effects editors look back on their favorite essays and podcast episodes published in 2023.
The editorial board recommends environmental readings from the archives—on topics ranging from the Anthropocene to environmental art to blue humanities.
Edge Effects invited scholars from a range of fields to share with us environmental books and texts on the topic of “Race and Place” that they are most excited to teach in the new academic year.
Edge Effects editors recommend readings and podcasts on violent environments in anticipation of our new themed series.
Seven scholars from a variety of disciplines recommend readings about land, labor, animals, and people in the food system.
Edge Effects editors reflects on some favorite essays and podcasts we published in 2022 as the year draws to a close.
Traveling from the Pacific Islands to Lake Superior, six instructors share recommendations for thinking through the complex relationships between colonialism and environmental change.
May is Bike Month in the United States. In this “cyclisticle,” Edge Effects editors kick off the celebration with an eclectic range of bike reflections and recommendations.
Past and present managing editors of Edge Effects reflect on the magazine’s history and celebrate how far it has come since launching in 2014.