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Ethics & the Environment, Volume 8, Number 2, Fall 2003

Special Topic Issue: Environmental Narrative
Guest Editor: Deborah Slicer

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction:

Environmental Narrative
Deborah Slicer

Articles:

DIALOGUE, RESPONSIBILITY, AND OIL AND GAS LEASING ON MONTANA'S ROCKY MOUNTAIN FRONT
Scott Friskics
THREESCORE AND TEN: FIRE, PLACE, AND LOSS IN THE WEST
David Strohmaier
THE NARRATIVE ETHICS OF LEOPOLD'S SAND COUNTY ALMANAC
James Jakób Liszka
"EXPLOSION"
Greta Gaard
EVERYDAY ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS AS COMEDY & STORY: A COLLAGE
Shagbark Hickory
LEOPOLD'S NOVEL: THE LAND ETHIC IN BARBARA KINGSOLVER'S PRODIGAL SUMMER
Peter S. Wenz

Book Review:

Three Challenges to Ethics
by James Sterba
Reviewed by Lisa Bates
Environmentalism: A Global History
by Ramachandra Guha
Reviewed by James W. Sheppard

Notes on Contributors

Index of Volume 8

Thanks to Referees

Call for Papers

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