Dan Philippon, co-founder of the Environmental Humanities Initiative, writes on the sustainable food movement and the relationship between literature and the physical environment. "The nonhuman world can’t really be separated from the human world,” he says.
Two years ago, Katelin Krieg pitched a course on studying Dylan as literature and his literary influences. On the first day of class, she asked students to share a memory or moving encounter with Dylan's music. Not everyone had one.