Vol 15 No. 1 (2021) Special Issue: Engendering Nature

Guest Edited by Amanda M. Nichols and Tom Berendt 

Journal: Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture

Published: Mar 31, 2021

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Section Title Author Published
Special Issue - Engendering Nature
Special Issue Introduction: Engendering Nature with Three Founding Cultures Mary L. Keller Jan 28, 2021
Gender, Land, and Place: Considering Gender within Land-Based and Place-Based Learning Tasha Spillett Jan 28, 2021
Critical Planetary Romanticism: Ecology, Evolution, and Erotic Thinking Whitney A. Bauman Jan 28, 2021
Architecture, Religion, and the Forms of Nature in Turn-of-the-Twentieth-Century Chicago Isaiah Ellis Jan 28, 2021
Converting the Masses: Advertising Nature and Gender in the Post #MeToo Movement Era Amanda M. Nichols Feb 1, 2021
Book Reviews
Michael S. Hogue, American Immanence: Democracy for an Uncertain World Demian Wheeler Jan 28, 2021
David L. McConnell and Marilyn D. Loveless, Nature and the Environment in Amish Life Sarah Werner Jan 28, 2021
Nicola Hoggard Creegan and Andrew Shepherd (eds.), Creation and Hope: Remections on Ecological Anticipation and Action from Aotearoa New Zealand Mark I. Wallace Jan 28, 2021
Rosalind Fredericks, Garbage Citizenship: Vital Infrastructures of Labor in Dakar, Senegal Garth Myers Jan 28, 2021
Francesca Ciancimino Howell, Food, Festival and Religion: Materiality and Place in Italy Fabrizio Frascaroli Jan 28, 2021
Luke Whitmore, Mountain, Water, Rock, God: Understanding Kedarnath in the Twenty-first Century Jonathan Edelmann Jan 28, 2021
Kenneth Worthy, Elizabeth Allison, and Whitney A. Bauman (eds.), After the Death of Nature: Carolyn Merchant and the Future of Human–Nature Relations Amanda M. Nichols Jan 28, 2021
Elizabeth McAnally, Loving Water Across Religions: Contributions to an Integral Water Ethic Christiana Zenner Jan 28, 2021
Elizabeth Hoover, The River Is in Us: Fighting Toxics in a Mohawk Community Philip P. Arnold Jan 28, 2021
Michael M. Bell, City of the Good: Nature, Religion, and the Ancient Search for What Is Right Russell C. Powell Jan 28, 2021