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Rachel Carson : legacy and challenge /

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Sideris, Lisa H., Moore, Kathleen Dean.
Format: Book
Published: Albany, NY : State University of New York Press, c2008.
Series:SUNY series in environmental philosophy and ethics.
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Table of Contents:
  • pt. I.A legacy of activism and advocacy
  • One patriot /
  • Terry Tempest Williams
  • Rachel Carson's scientific and ocean legacies /
  • Jane Lubchenco
  • Rachel Carson and George J. Wallace : why public environmental scientists should be advocates for nature /
  • Peter C. List
  • pt. II. Ethics on land and at sea
  • Rachel Carson's environmental ethics /
  • Philip Cafaro
  • Thinking like a mackerel : Rachel Carson's Under the sea-wind as a source for a trans-ecotonal sea ethic /
  • Susan Power Bratton
  • The conceptual foundations of Rachel Carson's sea ethic /
  • J. Baird Callicott and Elyssa Back
  • Rachel Carson's The sea around us, ocean-centrism, and a nascent ocean ethic /
  • Gary Kroll.
  • pt. III. Reflections on gender and science
  • The ecological body : Rachel Carson, Silent spring, and breast cancer /
  • Lisa H. Sideris
  • Science and spirit : struggles of the early Rachel Carson /
  • Maril Hazlett
  • "Silence, miss Carson!" : science, gender, and the reception of Silent spring /
  • Michael Smith
  • pt. IV. An ongoing toxic discourse
  • After Silent spring : ecological effects of pesticides on public health and on birds and other organisms /
  • David Pimentel
  • Contested icons : Rachel Carson and DDT /
  • Steve Maguire
  • In her footsteps /
  • Christopher Merrill
  • Living downstream of Silent spring /
  • Sandra Steingraber
  • pt. V.A legacy of wonder
  • The secular and religious sources of Rachel Carson's sense of wonder /
  • Lisa H. Sideris
  • How to value a flower : locating beauty in toxic landscapes /
  • Vera Norwood
  • The truth of the barnacles : Rachel Carson and the moral significance of wonder /
  • Kathleen Dean Moore.