the academy

most recent scholarly and creative non-fiction,
peer-reviewed & university press chapters

all manuscripts gladly provided upon request 

i. books

Aldo Leopold’s Odyssey,
Tenth Anniversary Edition

Rediscovering the Author of
A Sand County Almanac

Julianne Lutz Warren

forweword by Bill McKibben
Island Press
Washington, D.C. 

ii. book chapters

With Princess Daazhraii Johnson, “A Conversation,”
In Kate Cummings, Brooke Hecht, Melissa Nelson, and John Hausdoerffer (eds.),
What Kind of Ancestor Do You Want To Be?
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Forthcoming 2020.

“Learning Extinct Birdsong in the Anthropocene: Huia Echoes.”
In Robert Emmett, Gregg Mitman, and Marco Armiero (eds.)
Future Remains: A Cabinet of Curiosities for the Anthropocene.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2018.

“The Saw (Perpetual Mill),” “Lake Perez: Reflections,” “The Raptor Eye Center.”
In Ian Marshall (ed.)
The Ecological Reflections Project: Reading Shaver’s Creek: Ecological Reflections from an Appalachian Forest.
State College: Penn State University Press, 2018.
Web Link on 

“The Story Isn’t Over.”
In Gavin van Horn and John Hausdoerffer (eds.)
Wildness: Relations of People and Place.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2017.

“Measures of Time: Exploring Debt, Nature, and Imagination.”
Pages 124-139 in P. Paik and M. Weisner- Hanks (eds.)
Debt: Ethics, the Environment, and the Economy.
Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2013.
PDF on

“Leading Questions.”
Pages 815-822 in D.R. Gallagher (ed.)
Environmental Leadership: A Reference Handbook.
Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Reference, 2012.

“Science, Recreation, and Leopold’s Quest for a Durable Scale.”
Pages 97-118 in M. Nelson and J. B. Callicott.
The Wilderness Debate Rages On.
Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2008.

Lead with Eric T. Freyfogle. “Sustainability a Dissent.”
In T. Campbell and D. Mollica.
London: Ashgate, 2009.
(First published in Conservation Biology 19(1): 23-31, 2005).

With Eric T. Freyfogle (lead). “Putting Science in its Place.”
Pages 23-33 in S.J. Armstrong.
Environmental Ethics: Divergence and Convergence.
Boston, MA: McGraw Hill, 2003.
(First published in Conservation Biology 16 (4): 863-873, 2002).

iii. peer-reviewed journal writings

“Urgent: Dreams.”
Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences.
1 (3): 156-161, 2011. 

“Running.” (fiction)
Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment1
8 (2): 455-461, 2011.

“Archive Feature: Weaving a Wider Web for Conservation: Aldo Leopold’s Water Ethic.”
Organization and Environment
23 (2): 220-239, 2010.

Lead with Susan Kieffer.
“Risk Management and the Wisdom of Aldo Leopold.”
Risk Analysis
30 (2): 165- 174, 2010.

Lead with Daniel Simberloff.
“Symposium 4: Declaring Interdependence.”
Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America
90 (4): 526-528, 2009.

“Alienation or Intimacy?: The Roles of Science in the Cultural Narratives of Gifford Pinchot and John Burroughs.”
American Transcendental Quarterly
21:4: 249-259, 2007.

Lead with Eric T. Freyfogle and William C. Sullivan.
“Viewpoint: Land, Ecology and Democracy: A Twenty-first Century View.”
Politics and the Life Sciences
25 (1-2): 42-56, 2007.

Lead with Eric T. Freyfogle.
“Sustainability a Dissent.”
Conservation Biology
19 (1): 23-31, 2005.

Lead with Eric T. Freyfogle.
“Conservation Forum: Sustainability: A Dissent.”
Conservation Biology19(1): 23-32, 2005.

Lead with Eric T. Freyfogle. (Invited Response).
“Conservation Forum: All about nature.”
Conservation Biology
19 (1): 42-44, 2005.

Lead with William C. Sullivan.
“Culture, Nature, and Civil Society.”
Journal of Civil Society
1 (3): 195-209, 2005.

With Eric T. Freyfogle (lead).
“Putting Science in its Place.”
Conservation Biology16(4): 863-873, 2002)

iv. book reviews and interviews

By Sam Mowe, 
“The Unfolding Story of the Universe: A Conversation with Mary Evelyn Tucker and Julianne Lutz Warren,”
Dialogue, The Garrison Institute, July 20, 2016
Web link on 

Panel with Brooke Hecht (moderator), Carol Gould, Robin Kimmerer and Kathleen Dean Moore,
“Questions for a Resilient Future,”
Center for Humans and Nature at the American Museum of History,
New York, October 8, 2013.
Video Link

“Crafting a Narrative of Care.”
Review of Souder, William.
On a Farther Shore: The Life and Legacy of Rachel Carson.
New York: Crown Books, 2012.
American Scientist 101(2): 146, March-April, 2013.

Review of Lewis, Daniel.
Feathery Tribe: Robert Ridgway and the Modern Study of Birds.
New Haven: Yale University Press, 2012.
Journal of Environmental History, 2013. 

“The Dogged Arrow and Expanding the Circle of Life”
in JD Hamblin (ed.)
“Edmund Russell, Evolutionary History: Uniting History and Biology to Understand Life on Earth,”
H-Environment Roundtable Reviews 2(3), 2012

Review of Swimme, B. and ME Tucker.
Journey of the Universe.
New Haven: Yale University Press, 2011.
Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences: 2 (1): 106-109, 2011.

Review of Corcoran, P.B. and A. J. Wohlpart (eds).
A Voice for Earth.
Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2008.
ISLE 17 (2): 442-443, 2010.