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The Irish Example in Our Ear
The history of how foreign populations created the United States holds lessons for the future. By Heidi Fiske.
A Looser Kind of Disciplined Parenting
A review of Alison Gopnick's new book, The Gardener and the Carpenter. By Juliet Waters, with an excerpt from the book.
Good Ole Boys Wanna be Heard Too
"It happens when I say to them, 'You are powerless, and you know it.'" And it happened at the ballot box, too. On white boy power — by Shariff Abdullah.
How to View a Polar Bear
For centuries, enterprising humans have sought to keep this beautiful and charismatic carnivore close but, uh, not too close. By Michael Engelhard.
Lessons in the art of Music in Landscape
A composer and filmmaker compare methods of making site specific musical compositions in and with Nature. By Russell Craig Richardson & Dean Rosenthal.
Watching the river flow
For the finance sector, climate risk is moving from the periphery to the core. By Nathan Thomas.
An old volcano brought to life
"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.
A User's Manual for Everyday Fascism
First we figure out where the smoke is coming then, then we figure out a way to get out. By Henry A. Giroux.
The Morel of our Story
How the celebrated morel helped seed The Journal of Wild Culture. By Whitney Smith.
Helping Ruins Evolve
A review of Caitlin DeSilvey’s new book, Curated Decay: Heritage Beyond Saving. By Brian Fawcett.
The Majestic Nut: A Reputation Restored
The rich history of this sexy fruit is also worth including in your daily diet — for all sorts of reasons. By Lisa Ann Wilson.
100 words a day, genius or not
Join us in exploring a new little form of flash prose. Ten little pieces and an introduction by Marianne Rossant.
Chaos, Capitalism & the Social Contract
What happens when a new team of global elites fuel commerce at the expense of civic literacy. Interview with Henry A. Giroux.
Official journal of the Society for the Preservation of Wild Culture