All posts tagged Hope and Environmental History

Hope – or La Villita Park, South Lawndale, Chicago. Photo by author.

A Field Guide to Hope

Editor’s note: This is the sixth and final post in a mini-series on hope and environmental history. To read the series’s other posts, click here. If Martin Luther King were […]

Photo by Christos Barbalis via StockSnap.io.

Hope Beyond Progress

Editor’s note: This is the fifth post in a mini-series on hope and environmental history. To read the series’s other posts, click here. Scarcely a day passes without a major […]

Don Brubacher, "New Brunswick Autumn Colours," Flickr

The Potential of Hope within Environmental History Scholarship

Editor’s note: This is the fourth post in a mini-series on hope and environmental history. To read the series’s other posts, click here. As I prepared for this ASEH roundtable […]

Toban B., "At the Aamjiwnaang native reserve," Flickr

Hope and Expectation on Turtle Island

Editor’s note: This is the third post in a mini-series on hope and environmental history. To read the series’s other posts, click here. Hopeful settler stories about the environment tend […]

Hope in the Anthropocene: a damaged thing with feathers? Photo: David Davies, Flickr

Declining Declensionism: Toward a Critical Hopeful Environmental History

Editor’s note: This is the second post in a mini-series on hope and environmental history. To read the series’s other posts, click here. If environmental historians have neglected the subject […]

"Carya myristiciformis (Nutmeg Hickory)," Plant Image Library, Flickr

Hope and Environmental History: An Introduction

Editor’s note: This is the introductory post to a mini-series on hope and environmental history. Installments will appear twice daily on The Otter~La Loutre over the next three days. To read the […]