Mark Spitzer loves fish and he loves to fish. As a nationally known author (Seasons of the Gar, Return of the Gar), writing about fish and their issues is what he does best. In this blog series, Spitzer shares his experiences … Continue reading Where in the West is Mark Spitzer?
Kyle Bladow is an assistant professor of Native American studies at Northland College. Jennifer Ladino is an associate professor of English at the University of Idaho. Their edited collection, Affective Ecocriticism: Emotion, Embodiment, Environment, is now available. Confronting Climate Grief After the frightening ICC … Continue reading From the Desks of Kyle Bladow and Jennifer Ladino: Confronting Climate Grief
Jackson Adams and Anna Weir are publicists at UNP. Today they share their thoughts about a few upcoming titles they’re particularly excited about as readers. The books in this discussion will be published in December. Jackson Adams: I, like many people who spend entirely too much time … Continue reading Publicist Picks: Hockey, A Game of Clue, and other December Books
Susan Subak has twenty years of experience as an environmental analyst studying the causes and consequences of climate change and as a contractor and researcher in the United States and Europe with the National Center for Atmospheric Research, the University of East … Continue reading From the Desk of Susan Subak: Dog Days at Mar-a-Lago, Salad at Mount Vernon
David C. Posthumus, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of anthropology and Native American studies at the University of South Dakota and is the author of All My Relatives: Exploring Lakota Ontology, Belief, and Ritual (July 2018). We Are All Related Mitákuye oyás’į is … Continue reading From the Desk of David Posthumus: We Are All Related