Slavery and Abolition

Featured Sites

  • “American Slave Narratives: An Online Anthology.” A very rich resource from University of Virginia. Includes not only many of the best known slave narratives but excerpts from Works Progress Administration slave oral histories, including some sound recordings of ex-slaves telling their stories.

Asian American and Pacific Islander Movements






Photo copyright © by Nikki Arai. Asian Ameriican radical activists speaking at International Women's Day rally in San Francisco's Chinatown in 1971.





Environmental Justice Movement Resources

There are dozens of environmental justice organizations in the US and many dozens more around the world (often as part of what one author calls "environmentalism of the poor"). These are some of the more prominent organizations, but there are many more, including no doubt one in your region, wherever you are.

  • Action PA Pennsylvania-based grassroots EJ organization.

Environmental Justice Eco-Art

While much environmental art, including many works linked on this page, remains traditional or mainstream in focus, we hope to use this site increasingly to provide links to environmental justice eco-art which takes on issues of race, class, gender and eco-colonialism in the unequal distribution of environmental problems and benefits within the US and around the globe.

A Memo-Festo

Environmental Justice Ecocriticism: A Memo-festo

© 1997; 2010 by T. V. Reed; quote all you want, but please cite this source.

An Environmental Cultural Studies Listserv

A discussion listserv sponsored by the Environment and Culture Caucus of the American Studies Association treats a number of issues in environmental cultural studies, including new books and articles, upcoming conferences, jobs, and issues within the scholarship surrounding this emerging field.

Environmental Justice Cultural Studies Bibliography

Below is an annotated list of some key texts that offer a variety of models of environmental justice cultural analysis. The list highlights works of environmental justice criticism of literature, film, television, and other cultural media, stressing work that treats intersections of race, class, gender, sexuality, colonialism and "nature."

At the bottom of the page there are additional links to other bibliographies on environmental justice, environmental history, and mainstream ecocriticism.

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