ISEE’s Online Bibliography of Environmental Thought (OBET) (listings through 2014)
OBET is replacing the CEP bibliography. Though OBET began with the
year 2009, it includes the complete back listings for Environmental Ethics, Environmental Values, Ethics and the Environment, and The Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics. OBET is a fully searchable database that includes many entries both after and before 2009, which ISEE members have frequently placed in the bibliography. As a cooperative and volunteer effort, OBET is always looking for contributors. Email David Lahti if you would like to be involved in the OBET project
Animal Studies (listings through 2011)
The last few decades have seen the emergence and rapid growth of a new field of multi- and inter-disciplinary inquiry, called variously “Human-Animal Studies” (HAS), “Animal Studies”, or “Anthrozoology.” Contributions to this field draw upon a wide range of disciplinary formations: sociology, philosophy and history; studies of literature, the visual arts, cinema and popular culture; biobehavioural biology; science, technology, and medicine studies. What unites HAS work is a determination to find new ways of thinking about animals and about human-animal relationships. This bibliography is an ongoing project of the Animal Studies Program at Michigan State University.
Buddhism and Ecology (listings through 2006)
Bibliography complied by Duncan Ryuken Williams, Center for the Study of World Religions, Trinity College. Annotations by The Forum on Religion and Ecology.
Center for Environmental Ethics (CEP) (listings through 2008)
The CEP Bibliography will continue to be a main source for information about environmental ethics materials though the year 2008 for many years to come.
Chinese Environmental Philosophy & Ethics (listings through 2008)
The first section lists articles and books in Chinese Environmental Philosophy while the second lists environmental ethics books in English which have been translated into Chinese and Published in China. Many thanks to Yang Tongjin, our ISEE representative from China, for compiling this bibliography. If you have any suggestions or updates, Yang Tongjin can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Climate Change Ethics (listings through 2006)
Part of the Rock Ethics Institute’s Ethics in Climate Change Initiative with support of the National Science Foundation and the Penn State Institutes of Energy and the Environment.
Deep Ecology (listings through 1997)
Compiled by Johanned Dingler. Organized alphabetically.
Ecocriticism (listings through 2008)
Produced by the Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment UK.
Ecofeminism (listings through 2008)
Part of the ecofeminism.org website, the ecofeminism bibliography is broken down into books, journal articles, and anthologies or book chapters.
Oxford is building a broad range of new subject areas each year, releasing at intervals. Oxford Bibliographies is updated regularly, with 50-75 articles added per year to each subject area. Selected bibliographies of interest: Biological Chaos and Complex Dynamics, Community Concept, The, Community Ecology, Conservation Biology, Laws, Ecological, Mimicry, Mutualisms and Symbioses, Reductionism Versus Holism. Forthcoming bibliographies of interest: Aldo Leopold, Ecological Engineering, Human Ecology, Natural History Tradition, Anthropocentrism, Charles Darwin, Charles Elton, Ecosystem Economics, Ecotourism, G. Evelyn Hutchinson, Island Biogeography Theory, Keystone Species, Rachel Carson, Robert MacArthur, Sir Arthur Tansley, Systems Ecology.
Ecophenomenology (listings through 2001)
Compiled by Ted Toadvine, editor of the journal Environmental Philosophy. Organized by author.
Ecotheology (listings through 2003)
Compiled by the Web of Creation, a religious society devoted to providing information and connections for theology students interested in ecology, social justice, and the environmental ministry.
Environmental & Architectural Phenomenology (EAP) (listings through 2009)
Twenty-Five Important Works Alphabetized by author. Compiled by David Seamon, Editor of the newsletter Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology (EAP). EAP is concerned with research and design that incorporate a qualitative approach to environmental and architectural experience. One key concern is design, education, and policy supporting and enhancing natural and built environments that are beautiful, alive, and humane. See also EAP’s cumulative index which contains an extensive list of works in architectural phenomenology.
Environmental History (listings through 2011)
For over 50 years the Forest History Society (FHS) has monitored the world of publishing for items written as history and dealing with the utilization, management, and appreciation of forest-related resources. The Bibliography contains over 40,000 annotated citations to books, articles, and dissertations published from 1633 to the present and is updated online quarterly. Approximately 1500 citations are added each year.
Environmental Justice (listings through 2011)
The Environmental Justice Bibliography Database (EJBib) is maintained by the US Environmental Protection Agency. It is a fully indexed bibliography of published materials relating to environmental justice, as well as related topics such as risk assessment and social justice. The database is searchable and it can be downloaded in PDF format. See also Robert Bullard’s Annotated Bibliography (listings through 1998).
Jainism and Ecology (listings through 2005)
Bibliography by: Christopher Key Chapple, Center for the Study of World Religions, Loyola Marymount University. Annotations by: The Forum on Religion and Ecology.
Philosophy of Ecology (listings through 2007)
Though ecologists themselves have produced thoughtful work on philosophy of science issues, this bibliography is mostly limited to authors whose training is in philosophy and to non-philosophers publishing in philosophical venues.
Philosophy of Food (listings through 2011)
Housed at University of North Texas’s Philosophy of Food Project, this bibliography is the most complete of its kind. It is broken down into subcategories such as Agricultural Ethics, Functional Food, Hunger & Food Rights, etc.
Soil and Health Library
An amazing resource for obscure and out-of-print documents on soil, agriculture, and health. Most of the documents are free e-books, mainly about holistic agriculture, holistic health and self-sufficient homestead living. There are four major subject areas including an extensive selection of rare books on radical agriculture that goes far beyond organic gardening and farming.
Zoosemiotics & Cognitive Ethology (listings through 2000)
Zoosemiotics is the study of signification, communication and representation within and across animal species. Cognitive Ethology is the fusion of cognitive science and classical ethology, emphasizing “observing animals under more-or-less natural conditions, with the objective of understanding the evolution, adaptation (function), causation, and development of the species-specific behavioral repertoire” (Niko Tinbergen 1963). This bibliography is compiled by David Griffin, Colin Allen, and Francis Steen, and organized alphabetically. See also Timo Maran’s bibliography (listings through 2011).