Goodbye Abbey, hey intersectional environmentalism

Sarah Krakoff currently posted an important sort out Edward Abbey on Environmental Regulation Prof Weblog. Some highlights: Abbey’s love-letters to Utah’s red-rock nation spawned generations of canyoneering backpackers, and nonetheless perform the middle of aesthetic and political defenses of desert wilderness. Ever since, Abbey has been attacked and defended. Was …

The Powell memo

The website online for the book The Republican Reversal: Conservatives and the Setting from Nixon to Trump by James Morton Turner and Andrew C. Isenberg (Harvard UP, 2018) contains a fluctuate of fascinating main sources on the topic. Amongst them is a pdf of a 1971 memo by Lewis Powell …

Cronon and commodification

Andy Seal at US Psychological Historic previous Weblog posted an fascinating piece on William Cronon's terribly influential Nature's Metropolis (1991) earlier this week. It's a rich piece, masking a complete lot of topics, nonetheless it's his dialogue of Cronon and commodification that I believed notably associated for these of us inside the intersection …