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Find it HERE. From the website (which is currently under construction): Environmental Humanities is an international, open-access journal that aims to invigorate current interdisciplinary research on the environment. In response to a growing interest around the world in the many questions … Continue reading
Yesterday I finally made it to McConnells Mill state park, where I enjoyed a spectacular 12.4 mile hike on the most pleasant day of this September. The hike, which follows the Western side of the Slippery Rock Gorge, begins at … Continue reading
Well, if this isn’t a conference I’d love to participate in, I don’t know what is: Sensory Worlds: Environment, Value and the Multi-Sensory, 7-9 December 2011 It is through our senses that we investigate, navigate and know the world around … Continue reading
Just noticed that the CFP for Thinking Nature, volume 2, is open. The theme this time is Aesthetics.
The last two days were hiking days. Yesterday I did a 4.2 mile loop in state game lands adjacent to Big Pocono State Park, where I did a 5.6 mile loop today. Both trails are next to Camelback Ski Resort, … Continue reading
My mother provided me with a love for the outdoors. Yesterday she and I went for a long, 9.5 miles hike in Worthington State Forest in Delaware Water Gap, following roughly the same series of trails I did the other … Continue reading
Tomorrow I’m heading into Delaware Water Gap to hike. Perhaps I’ll have pictures to post. There’s a Pennsylvania and New Jersey side of the Delaware River in Water Gap. I prefer the New Jersey side, where the Mt. Tammany trail … Continue reading
Did some great hiking today at the Pocono Environmental Education Center in Dingman’s Ferry, Pennsylvania. No pictures this time, but I plan on heading back there again this summer. Two notable sightings: a 4′ copperhead (venomous snake common to Northeastearn … Continue reading
Ben Woodard and Tim Morton have made available the first volume of their new endeavor, Thinking Nature. Among other offerings, you can find a piece by me called ‘Ecological Necessity’. In this essay I compare and contrast the use of … Continue reading
Here’s the information for my APA Central talk.