A video recording of my lecture in Interdisciplinary Explorations: The Idea of Nature Public Lecture Series at Boise State University, Idaho is now available at Boise Scholarworks. Thanks to the sponsors for their generosity in making the series possible, to my colleagues at Boise State University and the College of Idaho for the warmth of their welcome last week, and to everyone who came to hear my talk.
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“Walter Scott and the Matter of Landscape: Ecologies of Violence” in The Bottle Imp Issue 16, 2014.
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Essex University’s MA in Wild Writing: Literature and the Environment
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Talk at Casper, Wyoming.
“Cloaking and Hiding: Dressing up in Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Master of Ballantrae.”