A senior scholar of North American indigenous history visits the Oceti Sakowin camp and finds cause for hope. Up to a point.
A photo essay of mid-century domestic relics open a window on a woman’s hard, heroic, uncelebrated life.
Four scholars and one of the original “biospherians” offer their takes on perhaps the largest private science experiment in history.
Ghost towns, cougar encounters, and a rock band’s tour across Europe. How five graduate students spent the summer.
Ecologists and artists work together to give voice to Wisconsin waterways while a social scientist observes their collaboration.
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.
Announcing new editors and June 2016 recommendations from the Edge Effects editorial board.
Members of the Edge Effects editorial board share a selection of photos from CHE’s recent Place-Based Workshop on the Mississippi River.
A take on Robert Frost’s famous poem, adapted to reflect changes in Wisconsin forest ownership and conservation.
A second batch of postcards showcases the summer travels, fieldwork, and adventures of CHE graduate students.