Two geographers, co-editors of the new volume Historical Animal Geographies, discuss how the animals around us shape our histories, our environments, and the stories we tell about the world.
Communal living and artistic experimentation have thrived at the Open City for over forty years. In the face of pollution and environmental degradation, the collective of poets, artists, and a lone ecologist are reimagining green design.
To reach a broader audience, one artist and physical scientist takes data on environmental catastrophe and renders it beautiful.
The author of “The Mushroom at the End of the World” is back with another exploration of how humans and non-humans will make their lives in the ruins of modernity.
Faculty from Idaho to Washington, DC chime in on favorite environmentally focused books they are excited to teach this fall.
Indonesian is known both for biodiversity and environmental degradation. This tension resonates with the stories we tell about global environmental change.
Four graduate students from the University of Wisconsin-Madison share their reflections on the work of Do Ho Suh.
Ecologists and artists work together to give voice to Wisconsin waterways while a social scientist observes their collaboration.
A meeting of minds at CHE’s 2016 graduate student symposium broadens the environmental vocabulary.
The organizers of CHE’s grad student symposium talk about defining “environment” and the possibilities for collaboration at this weekend’s event.