Eileen Crist’s articles, listed chronologically, can be perused or downloaded here.

Most Recent

"The Legacy of Doug Tompkins" The Trumpeter, Volume 32, No. 1 (2016)

Book Chapters

"I Walk in the World to Love It." In Protecting the Wild: Parks and Wilderness, the Foundation for Conservation, George Wuerthner and Eileen Crist, eds. Foundation for Deep Ecology and Island Press, 2015.

Choosing a Planet of Life.” Afterword of Overdevelopment, Overpopulation, Overshoot, Tom Butler, ed. Foundation for Deep Ecology and Goff Books, 2015.
 
Unsettling Anthropocentrism,” with Helen Kopnina. In Dialectical Anthropology 28 (2014): 387-396.

"Ptolemaic Environmentalism." In Keeping the Wild: Against the Domestication of Earth, George Wuerthner and Eileen Crist, eds. Foundation for Deep Ecology and Island Press, 2014.

Ecocide and the extinction of animal minds.” In Ignoring Nature No More: The Case for Compassionate Conservation, Marc Bekoff, ed. Chicago University Press, 2013.

Abundant Earth and the population question.” In Life on the Brink: Environmentalists Confront Overpopulation, Philip Cafaro and Eileen Crist, eds. University of Georgia Press, 2012.

Human population growth as if the rest of life mattered.” (Co-authored with Phil Cafaro.) Introduction to Life on the Brink: Environmentalists Confront Overpopulation.

Intimations of Gaia.” In Gaia in Turmoil, Eileen Crist and H. Bruce Rinker, eds. MIT Press, 2009.

One grand organic whole.” (Co-authored with H. Bruce Rinker.) Introduction to Gaia in Turmoil.

Cloning in restorative perspective.” In Restoration and History: The Search for a Usable Environmental Past, Marcus Hall, ed. Rutgers University Press, 2008.

Against the social construction of nature and wilderness.” In The Wilderness Debate Rages On, Volume II, Michael Nelson and J. Baird Callicott, eds. University of Georgia Press, 2008. (Reprinted from Environmental Ethics.)

Concerned with trifles? A geophysiological reading of Charles Darwin’s last book.” In Scientists on Gaia: The New Century, Steve Schneider, Jim Miller, Eileen Crist, and Penelope Boston, eds. MIT Press, 2004.

The inner life of earthworms: Darwin’s argument and its implications,” in The Cognitive Animal, Marc Bekoff, Colin Allen, and Gordon Burghardt, eds. MIT Press, 2002.

Journal and Website Articles

"The Reaches of Freedom." Environmental Humanities, vol. 7, 2015, pp. 245-254

On the Poverty of Our Nomenclature,” Environmental Humanities (3): 129-147, 2013.

Beyond climate change: a critique of climate change discourse,Telos 141:29-55, 2007.

“‘Walking on my page’: intimacy and insight in Len Howard’s cottage of birds,” Social Science Information 45(2):179-208, 2006.

Rediscovering the king of woodpeckers: exploring the implications,” Avian Conservation and Ecology 1(1): 6, 2006.

Can an insect speak?  The case of the honeybee dance language,” Social Studies of Science 34(1):7-43, 2004.

Against the social construction of nature and wilderness,” Environmental Ethics 26(1):5-24, 2004. [provide no link]

“Serpentes—the ultimate other,” Wild Earth Summer/Fall 2003.

Limits-to-growth and the biodiversity crisis,” Wild Earth Spring 2003.

Quantifying the biodiversity crisis,” Wild Earth Spring 2001.

“The ethological constitution of animals as natural objects: the writings of Konrad Lorenz and Nikolaas Tinbergen,” Biology and Philosophy 13:61-102, 1998.

From questions to stimuli, from answers to reactions: the case of Clever Hans,” Semiotica 113(1/2):1-42, 1997.

Naturalists’ portrayals of animal life: engaging the Verstehen approach,” Social Studies of Science 26:799-838, 1996.

Darwin’s anthropomorphism: an argument for animal-human continuity,Advances in Human Ecology 5:33-83, 1994.

Encyclopedia Entries and Reviews

Review of "Countdown: Our Last Best Hope for Earth?" By Alan Weisman, in Biological Conservation 184 (2015): 66-67.

Cat’s cradle with Donna Haraway,” Review Essay of Donna Haraway’s When Species Meet (University of Minnesota Press, 2008), Social Studies of Science 40(4):641-646, 2010.

“Evolutionary continuity,” a contribution in An Encyclopedia of Animal Rights and Animal Welfare, Marc Bekoff, ed. Greenwood Press, pp. 229-230, 2009.

Social Ecology.” In The Encyclopedia of Environmental Ethics and Philosophy, J. Baird Callicott and Robert Frodeman, Editors-in-Chief, Volume 2. Gale Press, pp. 253-258, 2008.

“Donald Redfield Griffin,” Invited entry for the New Dictionary of Scientific Biography. Noretta Koertge, Editor-in-Chief.  Volume 3, 2007.