Bibliography for Critical Ecology


Modern Waste and Industrial Ruins in the Anthropocene

Masixole Feni - Toilets

Reconciliation’s Waste: heritage and waste in post-apartheid South Africa

Defoliant spray run, part of Operation Ranch Hand, during the Vietnam War. USAF - National Museum of the U.S. Air Force photo 071002-F-1234P-022

Thompson on Sills, ‘Toxic War: The Story of Agent Orange’

Cap construction at West Mound. Tire tracks trace the distribution of soil barrier material, and landfill gas wellheads protrude from the surface. | Photo © Michael McWeeney. Photo used with permission.

Environmental historians get wasted: ASEH conference report


DDT’s long shadow: Long-banned chemicals linked to abnormal sperm


Roundtable reviews of “Banned: A History of Pesticides and the Science of Toxicology”

A sweeper with his "bag-carrier" and tools. (1897). From McClure's magazine. NYPL

CFP: Envirotechnical Histories of Waste Management — ASEH 2016, Seattle

This team felt it was important to secure the perimeter of the site.

Students create concept models for Giant Mine markers: Communicating contamination in perpetuity

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A Cabinet of Curiosities for the Anthropocene