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Wendell Berry's Ecological Agrarianism

Kimberly K. Smith’s excellent study Wendell Berry and the Agrarian Tradition: A Common Grace situates Berry in American intellectual history.  Smith argues that Berry’s genius is his “marriage of agrarian and environmental thought.”  She explains: 857 more words


The Cult of Wilderness

Roderick Nash’s Wilderness and the American Mind, a history of wilderness centered mainly around the colonization of the New World and the subsequent westward march of the United States, takes the reader through the story of a concept that was at first feared, then respected and finally idolized.   2,062 more words