American Wilderness: A New History
This collected volume of original essays proposes to address the state of scholarship on the political, cultural, and intellectual history of Americans responses to wilderness from first contact to the present. While not bringing a synthetic narrative to wilderness, the volume will gather competing interpretations of wilderness in historical context.
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Putting Wilderness in Context
Loving the Wild in Postwar America
Wilderness and Conservation Science
Creating Wild Places from Domesticated Landscapes
The Politics of Modern Wilderness
Nature Liberty and Equality
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