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Religion and Nature in North America

DOI: 11.5040/ReligionandNatureinNorthAmerica

Resources in this section focus on Religion and Nature in North America. The Overview Article is a good starting point, and gives a brief environmental history of the ways in which religions have shaped the socio-political and ecological landscapes of North America, starting from the point of English and European colonization, the genocide of indigenous peoples, and the enslaving of black peoples to contemporary problems of environmental justice, climate change, and emerging intersectional environmentalisms.


Animals and Religion

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Laura H. Hobgood

Asian Religions and Nature in North America

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Elizabeth Allison

The Bloomsbury Handbook of Religion and Nature: The Elements

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Laura Hobgood and Whitney Bauman (Editors), 2018

Indigenous Language and Ecology

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Case Studies

Marcus Briggs-Cloud

Is Extinction Religious?

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Willis Jenkins

Race, Religion, and Science

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Frederick L. Ware

Religion and Nature in North America

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Laurel Kearns and Whitney A. Bauman

Religion, Nature, and Critical Materialisms

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Courtney O’Dell-Chaib

Religion, Nature, and Disability

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Roger S. Gottlieb

Religious Naturalisms

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Carol Wayne White

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