Interview with Molly Wallace, author of “Risk Criticism”

by Kathryn Beaton October 15, 2018

Our author Molly Wallace, author of Risk Criticism: Precautionary Reading in an Age of Environmental Uncertainty, recently answered a few questions for us. Dr. Wallace is Associate Professor of English at Queen’s University.   You recently won the Alanna Bondar Memorial Prize, from the Association for Literature, Environment, and Culture in Canada—congratulations! The committee was interested in “works with a broad appeal within and beyond environmental humanities…books with the potential to engage a broader public.” What is it about your book that you think appeals to non-environmentalists?    Well, the “environmental humanities” to which the committee refers is itself a […]

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Michigan’s changes in the last 100 years

by Heather Newman February 16, 2010

Nadel thumb The University of Michigan Press Author Series will present a panel discussion, at the Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library Gallery/Room 100 on the Diag in central campus, on how the environment in Michigan has changed in the past 100 years, led by an editor and authors of The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station.

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Mirage – One Region/One Book Project

by University of Michigan Press September 12, 2008

Florida’s Eden, a non-profit devoted to building a model sustainable environment and economy in 30 North Florida counties, has chosen Mirage: Florida and the Vanishing Water of the Eastern U.S. for a One Region/One Book project. The community-wide read of Mirage is the first step in the Florida’s Eden Water Awareness Campaign, designed to build citizen knowledge and dialogue on the most important natural resource—and most valuable economic asset—in our region.

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