Articles and Speeches Available for Download
"Caretaking Tales: Beyond Crisis and Salvation," in The Story Handbook: Language and Storytelling for Land Conservationists (San Francisco: Center for Land and People of the Trust for Public Land, 2002), 87-93, available in pdf.
"An Environmentalist on a Different Path: A Fresh View of the Supposed 'Wilderness' and even the Indians' Place in It".The New York Times. April 3, 1999. pg. B7 available in pdf
"Getting Ready to Do History," Carnegie Essays on the Doctorate, 2004, available in pdf.
"A Great Undergraduate University," in David Ward and Noel Radomski, eds., Proud Traditions and Future Challenges: The University of Wisconsin-Madison Celebrates 150 Years (Madison: Office of the Chancellor, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1999), 203-24, available in pdf.
"Kennecott Journey: The Paths out of Town," in Wiliam Cronon, George Miles, Jay Gitlin, eds., Under an Open Sky: Rethinking America's Western Past (New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 1992), 28-51. (pdf)
"Landscape and Home: Environmental Traditions in Wisconsin ," Wisconsin Magazine of History 74:2 (Winter, 1990-91), 83-105 available in pdf
"A Place for Stories: Nature, History, and Narrative," Journal of American History 78:4 (March, 1992), p.1347-1376, available in pdf.
"Saving the Land We Love: Land Conservation and American Values," Plenary Address to the Land Trust Alliance National Rally, Madison, Wisconsin, October 17, 2005. To read, click here.
“Inconstant Unity: The Passion of Frank Lloyd Wright,” in Terence Riley, ed., Frank Lloyd Wright: Architect (New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1994), 8-31, available in pdf.
"This Land is Your Land: Turning to Nature in a Time of Crisis". Audubon. January/February, 2002. pp. 1-4, available in pdf
"The Trouble with Wilderness, or, Getting Back to the Wrong Nature," in William Cronon, ed., Uncommon Ground: Rethinking the Human Place in Nature (W. W. Norton, 1995, 69-90), available here.
"The Uses of Environmental History" (Presidential Address, American Society for Environmental History), Environmental History Review, 17:3 (Fall 1993), p.1-22. (pdf)
"Why the Past Matters," Wisconsin Magazine of History, 84:1 (Autumn 2000), p.2-13. Awarded the William Best Hesseltine Award for the best article published in the Wisconsin Magazine of History in 2000-2001, available in pdf
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