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The Age of Fracture and Environmentalist Thought (Guest Post)

Today’s guest post comes from Jeff Filipiak. He is a Senior Lecturer in U.S. History at the University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley (LinkedIn profile here). His work on environmentalist ideas includes “‘The Work of Local Culture’: Wendell Berry on the Production of Agricultural Knowledge,” Agricultural History 85:2 (Spring 2011) and “‘I’ve Seen It Raining Fire in the Sky’: John Denver’s Popular Songs and Environmentalist Memory,” in Dragoslav Momcilovic, ed., Resounding Pasts: Essays on Literature, Popular Music, and Cultural Memory. ————————————————————- I found Age of Fracture by Daniel Rodgers to be a fascinating read, and I have a feeling I will be Read more