1. Introduction: The HfE Project and Beyond: New Constellations of Practice in the Environmental and Digital Humanities
  2. Joni Adamson
  3. pp. 1-20
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  1. Experimental Humanities and Humanities for the Environment
  2. Sally L. Kitch
  3. pp. 21-35
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  1. Resilient Observation: Toward Transformational Research among Environmental Humanities and Sciences
  2. Michael Simeone
  3. pp. 36-48
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  1. Stories from the FieldPublic Engagement through the Environmental Humanities and Allied Disciplines
  2. Julie Sze, Tracy Perkins, Julie Anand, Netra Chhetri
  3. pp. 49-73
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  1. From Principles to Practice: A Place for Stories
  2. Paul Hirt
  3. pp. 74-84
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  1. Cautionary Notes on Sustainability Principles
  2. Sally L. Kitch
  3. pp. 85-95
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  1. Citizen HumanitiesTeaching Life Overlooked as Interdisciplinary Ecology
  2. Joni Adamson, Stephanie LeMenager, Catriona Sandilands
  3. pp. 96-121
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  1. Figuring Our Environments and Living with Critters in the Anthropocene
  2. Ron Broglio, María L. Cruz-Torres
  3. pp. 122-136
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  1. Values on Your Plate: Dinner 2040
  2. Joan McGregor
  3. pp. 137-155
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  1. Digital and Environmental Humanities: Strong Networks, Innovative Tools, Interactive Objects
  2. Stephanie Posthumus, Stéfan Sinclair, Veronica Poplawski
  3. pp. 156-171
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  1. The Digital Anthropocene, Deep Mapping, and Environmental Humanities' Big Data
  2. Charles Travis
  3. pp. 172-188
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  1. What Is Missing? An Affective Digital Environmental Humanities
  2. Jennifer K. Ladino
  3. pp. 189-211
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