Farming has been a part of Black freedom struggles for a long time. It’s always been about much more than growing food.
Author: Brian Hamilton
Environmental justice is the future of environmental activism. A new documentary reader edited by Christopher Wells chronicles the birth of the environmental justice movement.
Charlottesville reminds us that a full reckoning with our landscapes of commemoration requires we ask not only what stories they tell, but also what stories they don’t.
Ivy League institutions are scrambling to uncover their links to the history of slavery. But the University of Mississippi—built by slaves, amid slave plantations, for slaveowners to teach future slaveowners—might offer the richest insights into the nation’s unshakable ties to centuries of bondage.
Visions of the future of United States energy production cannot be understood without a good sense of the past. We’ve gathered some of the most helpful sources for thinking historically about energy.
Stressing intimacy, structures of power, social justice, and action, food studies is giving interdisciplinarity a good name.
The organizers of CHE’s grad student symposium talk about defining “environment” and the possibilities for collaboration at this weekend’s event.
A starting lineup of moments in the environmental history of baseball.
Advocates of small government have a long and uncharted history within US environmentalism, argues Brian Drake in an interview about his recent book.
CHE affiliates in Zoology, History, and English recommend children’s literature for readers of all ages interested in the non-human world.