Whole Terrain

Whole Terrain: Journal of Reflective Environmental Practice is an environmentally-themed literary journal that is published approximately once a year by Antioch University New England (ANE).[1] Each volume explores emerging ecological and social issues from the perspectives of practitioners working in the environmental field.[2] The editor position is open to current ANE students as a practicum experience.

Whole Terrain
Co-EditorsRochelle Gandour & Vivian Kimball
CategoriesNature, culture, environment
FrequencyAnnual
PublisherAntioch University New England
Year founded1992
CountryUnited States
Based inKeene, New Hampshire
LanguageEnglish
Websitewholeterrain.com
ISSN1072-2513

History and profileEdit

Whole Terrain was founded in 1992 by the efforts of Antioch faculty and administration, including Mitchell Thomashow and Eleanor Falcon.[3] The editor of Whole Terrain Volume 1: Environmental Identity and Professional Choices, was current Orion editor, H. Emerson Blake.[4]

ThemesEdit

  • Heresy (Volume 20 2012/2013)
  • Net Works (Volume 19 2011/2012)
  • Boundaries (Volume 18 2010/2011)
  • Significance of Scale (Volume 17 2009/2010)
  • ((r)e)volution (Volume 16 2008/2009)
  • Where is Nature? (Volume 15 2007/2008)
  • Celebration and Ceremony (Volume 14 2005/2006)
  • Risk (Volume 13 2004/2005)
  • Resilience (Volume 12 2003/2004)
  • Gratitude and Greed (Volume 11 2002/2003)
  • Surplus and Scarcity (Volume 10 2001/2002)
  • Serious Play (Volume 9 2000/2001)
  • Legacy and Posterity (Volume 8 1999/2000)
  • Transience, Permanence and Commitment (Volume 7 1998/1999)
  • Creative Collaborations (Volume 6 1997/1998)
  • Research as Real Work (Volume 5 1996/1997)
  • Exploring Environmental Stereotypes (Volume 4 1995/1996)
  • Environmental Ethics at Work (Volume 3 1994)
  • Spirituality, Identity and Professional Choices (Volume 2 1993)
  • Environmental Identity and Professional Choices (Volume 1 1992)

ContributorsEdit

Contributors to Whole Terrain include:[5]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Antioch University New England (2007). "Volumes - Whole Terrain". Antioch University New England. Retrieved January 23, 2008.
  2. ^ "Whole Terrain: Resources for Writers". Seedwiki. 2008. Retrieved January 23, 2008.
  3. ^ "Environmental Identity and Professional Choices". Whole Terrain. 1. 1992. ISSN 1072-2513.
  4. ^ "1992: Environmental Identity and Professional Choices". Antioch University New England. Antioch University New England. 2007. Retrieved January 22, 2008.
  5. ^ "Contributors - Whole Terrain". Antioch University New England. 2007. Retrieved January 22, 2008.

External linksEdit

Whole Terrain on the Web

Whole Terrain Articles on the Web