I have a PHD in English from University of Wisconsin-Madison, taught at half a dozen universities (e.g. Wayne State, CUNY, etc.). After retirement and a move to Tucson I was taken on by the UA English Department as a visiting scholar/university associate. They've been a supportive patron for the past 16 years, while my publications bourgeoned, morphing from those of a literary scholar to humanities-based environmental, philosophical, science writing. The subtitle of my last book tells it all: "From Environmentalism to Consciousness." Many of my writings are available on my website, most recently "Deep History and Evolutionary Anthropology" and "Ecocriticism at Twenty-five." I also have written on music--Bach, Scarlatti, Vaughan Williams, Toscanini.
Connecting science and decision making
Water resource management