Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities

The Resilience Journal, co-founded by Stephanie LeMenager and Stephanie Foote of University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

http://www.resiliencejournal.org/

COVERAGE

The New York Times

THE NYT VISITS the UNiVERSITY OF OREGON Graduate Seminar, "The Cultures of Climate Change"

Read the article at nytimes.com

The Wrap.Com

Read the article at the wrap.com

TIME Magazine

Read the article in Time (subscription required)

ClimateWire

Read the article in ClimateWire

Read this second article in ClimateWire

The Wire (Modern Language Association)

Read the interview about the Environmental Humanities

HfE Humanities for the Environment Website

Read the biography on the HfE website

Reviews of Living Oil (Oxford UP, 2014)

Reviews of the book Living Oil

"LeMenager is one of our most incisive and inventive critics, period, and Living Oil is the cutting edge of what literary and cultural criticism is and might be. It’s the kind of book to recommend to graduate students, regardless of field, as a model of what’s possible in the discipline, or to keep close at hand for inspiration."--Professor Jennifer Wenzel, Columbia University, in Contemporary Literature

From Contemporary Literature

From EcoLitBooks.com

From The Goose, Official Publication of ALECC (Association for Literature, Environment, and Culture in Canada)

From American Literary History

From Ecozon@

From American Quarterly

Selected Writings by Stephanie LeMenager

"'Cli Fi': Literary Genre Rises to Prominence in the Shadow of Climate Change"

Read the article from The Conversation

The Sustainable Humanities, co-authored with Professor Stephanie Foote

Read the article in PMLA (Publications of the Modern Language Association)

stephanie Lemenager interview with rob nixon

Read Stephanie LeMenager's interview with Rob Nixon about the Environmental Humanities for Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities.

Prologue and introduction to Living Oil

Read the Prologue and Introduction here

oil town palimpsest

Read a portion of the forthcoming chapter in Fracture: Essays, Poems and Stories on Fracking in America, eds. Taylor Brorby and Stefanie Trout