A collection of articles and news items about envirotech-related multimedia that may be useful for teaching and research.
Greenhouse Environmental Humanities Book Talk Series
The Greenhouse at the University of Stavanger in Norway has started the Greenhouse Environmental Humanities Book Talk Series in March 2020 as part of their response to COVID and keeping the community together. Each talk takes place with a live audience on a digital platform and then recordings are placed on their website. You can find the videos here.
In August 2020, the Network in Canadian History & Environment (NiCHE) has started to interview scholars for NiCHE Conversations on Instagram Live. Their Instagram is niche.canada. Afterward, videos of the conversations can be found here on YouTube.
- Manufactured Landscapes DVD
- Short Films on Air Pollution
- Aeon Flux
- The Atomic Café
- The Beloved Community
- Blue Vinyl
- The China Syndrome
- The Corporation
- Dr. Strangelove
- Earth On Edge: Bill Moyer’s Report
- The End Of Suburbia
- Escape From Affluenza
- The Four Corners: A National Sacrifice Area?
- The Future Of Food
- Gaia: The Living Planet (A Portrait of James Lovelock)
- Kilowatt Ours
- Life with Principle: Thoreau’s Voice in Our Time
- The Maxx
- Modern Times
- The Next Industrial Revolution
- Old Quabbin Valley
- On the Beach
- Power and the Land by Ivens (1940); The Plow that Broke the Plains by Lorentz (1936); The New Frontier by McClure (1934); and The River by Lorentz (1937).
- The Power Of One
- Supersize Me
- Turning the Tide: Sustaining Earth’s Large Marine Ecosystems
- Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price
- The Wedding of Palo
- Where the Green Ants Dream
- Manufactured Landscapes available for institutional sale and rental
- President Bush Grills an Endangered Species