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Centers and Initiatives on Campus
Websites and Blogs of Affiliated Faculty and Programs
- Jacob Hamblin's website. (Director of the Environmental Arts and Humanities Initiative)
- Michael P. Nelson's website. (Professor of Environmental Ethics and Philosophy, Ruth H. Spaniol Chair of Renewable Resources, Lead Principle-Investigator for the Hj Andrews LTER Program.)
- Kathleen Dean Moore's website.
- Anita Guerrini's website. (Horning Professor of Humanities_
- Raymond Malewitz's blog (Assistant Professor in the School of Writing, Literature, and Film.)
- Ehren Helmut Pflugfelder's website. (Assistant Professor in the school of Writing, Literature, and Film.) His blog is titled: "Kinesis:On rhetoric, motion, and technical projects"
- Chris Anderson's website. (Professor of English)
- Robert Melchior Figueroa's website (Assistant Professor of Philosophy)
- Matthew Betts Forest Landscape Ecology Lab's website.
- Oregon State University Research Collective for Applied Acoustics (ORCAA)'s blog.
- Oregon's People, Places, and Society (blog by Lena Etuk, a Social Demographer at Oregon State University Extension Service)
- Ground Truthing Social Justice (blog by Philosophy professor Joseph Orosco)
- Gallery, Slough and Swale: Riparian conservation & restoration around the Willamette Valley. (blog)
Links to Organizations, Associations, Societies, and Institutes
Other Collegiate Environmental Humanities Programs
Small or University Press Series
Links to Relevant Articles
- "Understanding of and Vision for the Environmental Humanities," by Rich Hutchings, Environmental Humanities, vol. 4, 2014, pp.213-220
- “Why Environmental Humanities?” by Stephanie Kaza; appeared in Bittersweet Vine (Fall, 2005), Environmental Program, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont, pp 4-5.
- “The Humanities and an Environmentally Sustainable Australia” by Tom Griffiths
- “Humanities Grab Hold of Environmental Studies,” article about ASU’s certificate program.