Past is ominously prologue in these spring syllabus highlights from Gabrielle Hecht, Paul Sutter, and five other environmental scholars.
Author: The Editorial Board
As 2018 draws to a close, our editors reflect on a year of climate crisis and environmental exploitation and consider the urgency of environmental art, activism, and scholarship.
Mark Fiege, Lauret Savoy, and six other environmental scholars share the reading on their syllabus that they are most excited to teach this fall.
The winners of Edge Effects’ photo contest capture a variety of dramatic, surprising, and precarious border crossings from around the world.
Five professors recommend an eclectic set of environmentally focused books about animals, shopping malls, feral children, and more.
Climate change, indigenous knowledge, environmental justice. Edge Effects contributors addressed critical issues in a year of social and environmental upheaval.
Calling all photographers! Edge Effects seeks submissions for its photo contest, “Working at the Edge.” Submissions due January 15.
Harvey, Irma, Maria. Why has there been so much damage, and what does it mean? A guide for reading helps make sense of disaster.
Faculty from Idaho to Washington, DC chime in on favorite environmentally focused books they are excited to teach this fall.
We know the effects total solar eclipses have on birds, squirrels, and spiders. But what do they do to people?