Resilience 05:2

Resilience 05:2

Edited by Stephanie Foote, Dana Luciano, and Anthony Lioi
Guest edited by Joni Adamson

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Volume 5, Number 2 (Spring 2018)    Read it on Project MUSE     Read it on JSTOR
Contents


Special Issue: The Green Humanities Lab
Guest edited by Joni Adamson

Introduction: The HfE Project and Beyond: New Constellations of Practice in the Environmental and Digital Humanities
Joni Adamson

Experimental Humanities and Humanities for the Environment
Sally L. Kitch

Resilient Observation: Toward Transformational Research among Environmental Humanities and Sciences
Michael Simeone

Stories from the Field: Public Engagement through the Environmental Humanities and Allied Disciplines
Julie Sze, Tracy Perkins, Julie Anand, and Netra Chhetri

From Principles to Practice: A Place for Stories
Paul Hirt

Cautionary Notes on Sustainability Principles
Sally L. Kitch

Citizen Humanities: Teaching Life Overlooked as Interdisciplinary Ecology
Joni Adamson, Stephanie LeMenager, and Catriona Sandilands

Figuring Our Environments and Living with Critters in the Anthropocene
Ron Broglio and María L. Cruz-Torres

Values on Your Plate: Dinner 2040
Joan McGregor

Digital and Environmental Humanities: Strong Networks, Innovative Tools, Interactive Objects
Stephanie Posthumus, Stéfan Sinclair, and Veronica Poplawski

The Digital Anthropocene, Deep Mapping, and Environmental Humanities’ Big Data
Charles Travis

What Is Missing? An Affective Digital Environmental Humanities
Jennifer K. Ladino