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  • Taxis underwater, Journal of Wild Culture, ©2016
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    Taxis underwater, Journal of Wild Culture, ©2016
    For the finance sector, climate risk is moving from the periphery to the core. By Nathan Thomas.
  • Michael Engelhard ©, Journal of Wild Culture, ©2016 1167
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    "In a strange plot twist, one defunct crater has become the obsession of a man who is turning it into monumental art." By Michael Engelhard.
  • Che Guevera, Journal of Wild Culture, ©2016
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    Che Guevera, Journal of Wild Culture, ©2016
    What is required to be in a revolution in South America, day to day? An interview with Jorge Bayro by Chellis Glendinning.
  • Abandoned whaling ships, Journal of Wild Culture, ©2016
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    Abandoned whaling ships, Journal of Wild Culture, ©2016
    A blend of history, politics and Arctic ecology draw attention to a landscape that is slipping away. Poems and the Wild Culture Questionnaire by Tim Cresswell.
  • Fogo Island, Journal of Wild Culture, @2016
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    Fogo Island, Journal of Wild Culture, @2016
    Some short films tell stories in traditional ways. Others, like this collaboration by an artist and a filmmaker on the demise of the Newfoundland fish industry, take a less traveled path.
  • Fidel Castro revolutionary, Journal of the Wild Culture, ©2016
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    Fidel Castro revolutionary, Journal of the Wild Culture, ©2016
    Fidel Castro (1926-2016). By Margaret Randall, with an introduction by Chellis Glendinning.
  • Trump shock, Journal of the Wild Culture, ©2016 1178
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    Acclaimed educator and author of the book, America at War with Itself, speaks to the recent quake in US politics. By Henry A. Giroux.
  • Trump shock, Journal of the Wild Culture, ©2016 1178
    There is an urgent need to put our voices forward and make them heard. From the readers of The Journal of Wild Culture.
  • Spider web, Journal of Wild Culture, ©2016 1188
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    Legends of schoolgirls tempting them through song? A new book transforms the way we think about arachnids. By Eleanor Morgan.
  • Founding Fathers, Journal of Wild Culture, ©2016
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    Founding Fathers, Journal of Wild Culture, ©2016
    Reflections on populism and pushback — and the Jeffersonian politics of Donald Trump. By Kirkpatrick Sale, with an introduction by Chellis Glendinning.
  • Hope Dashed, by Roxanna Bikadoroff
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    Hope Dashed, by Roxanna Bikadoroff, Hope Dashed, by Roxanna Bikadoroff
    Navigating the edge of a personal wildness that a person can — but might not choose to — control. By Audrey Lane Cockett.
  • Weightlessnes, by © Blair Drawson 2009
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    Weightlessnes, by © Blair Drawson 2009
    What navigating the edge of a neurological wildness feels like from the inside. By Audrey Lane Cockett.

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