Cambridge Companion to Religion, Nature and the Environment in the West

eds. Alexander J. B. Hampton (Toronto), Douglas Hedley (Cambridge)

 PUBLICATION | SPRING 2021 | CAMBRIDGE

​This book is more than a reference work that surveys the state of the field, it aims to re-frame and re-present the topic in a new, and productive form. The Companion will explore the interrelationship of religion and the environment in three separate sections - conceptual, historical and constructive - each composed of a number of chapters explicating this important topic. Publication is planned for spring, 2021. 

CONTRIBUTORS

Crystal Addey (University College Cork)

Robin Attfield (Cardiff)

Emily Brady (Texas A&M)

Andrew Davison (Cambridge)

Fiona Ellis (Roehampton)

Alexander J. B. Hampton (Toronto)

Douglas Hedley (Cambridge)

Jörg Lauster (LMU-Munich)

Nathan Lyons (Notre Dame Australia, Sydney)

Sean McGrath (Memorial)

Michael Northcott (Universitas Gadjah Mada)

Willemien Otten (Chicago)

Kellie Robertson (Maryland)
Jame Schaefer (Marquette)

Jacob Sherman (CIIS)
Mark R. Stoll (Texas Tech)

Charles Taliaferro (St Olaf)

Laura Dassow Walls (Notre Dame)

 

Contributors at the initial workshop, held online during the early stages of the pandemic. 

©2020 by A J B Hampton