Book List

Newell, J., Libby Robin and Kirsten Wehner (eds). 2016. Curating the Future: Museums, Communities and Climate Change. Routledge Environmental Humanities.
A volume presenting essays and object essays by many members of the Museums and Climate Change Network:

Barker, Holly. 2008. “The Inequities of Climate Change and the Small Island Experience.” Pulse of the Planet,

Buckland, David & Chris Wainwright (Eds).2010. UNFOLD: A Cultural Response to Climate Change. Hardcover 
ISBN: 978-3-7091-0220-6
(Profiles the work of the artists in the ‘Unfold’ exhibition and also proposes a number of creative and innovative responses to climate change aimed at stimulating discourse and a wider engagement with the climate debate.)

Cameron, Fiona & Ann Deslandes. 2011. “Museums and science centres as sites for deliberative democracy on climate change.” Museums and Society 9(2):136-153.

Cameron, Fiona & Brett Neilson (Eds). 2015. Climate Change and Museum Futures. Routledge: NY & London.

Castree, Noel et al. 2014. “Changing the intellectual climate”. Nature Climate Change 4: 763–768.

Chakrabarty, Dipesh. 2009. “The Climate of History: Four Theses.” Critical Inquiry 35.

Chakrabarty, Dipesh. 2012. “Postcolonial Studies and the Challenge of Climate Change.” New Literary History 43.

Dawson, Ashley. 2016. Extinction: A Radical History. OR Books: New York, NY.

DeFries, R. et al. 2012. “Planetary opportunities: a social contract for global change science to contribute to a sustainable future”. BioScience 62: 603–606.

Robert Janes, 2014. Museums for all seasons, Museum Management and Curatorship. 29:5, 403-411. DOI: 10.1080/09647775.2014.967109.

Janes, Robert, 2016. Museums without Borders. Routledge.

Janes, Robert. 2009. Museums in a Troubled World: Renewal, Irrelevance or Collapse. Routledge.

Kolbert, Elizabeth. The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History. Henry Holt & Company. 2014.

Lazrus H. 2012. “Sea change: island communities and climate change.” Ann. Rev. Anthropol 41:285–301.

Lipset, David. 2015. “Place in the Anthropocene: A mangrove lagoon in Papua New Guinea in the time of rising sea-levels.” HAU 4(3):215-243.

Lipset, David. 2013. “The New State of Nature: Rising Sea-Levels, Climate Justice, and Community-based adaptation in Papua New Guinea.” Conservation and Society. 

Lipset, David. 2011. “The tides: masculinity and climate change in coastal Papua New Guinea.” Journal of the Royal anthropological Institute 12 (1): 20 -43.

Locke, JT. 2009.  developments.“Climate change-induced migration in the Pacific region: Sudden crisis and long-term developments.” Geographical Journal 1–10.

Leiserowitz, A. & N. Smith. 2011. Knowledge of Climate Change among visitors to science & technology museums. Yale University. New Haven, CT: Yale Project on Climate Change Communication.

MacFarlane, Robert. Landmarks. UK: Penguin. 2015.

Newell, J., Libby Robin and Kirsten Wehner (eds).2016. Curating the Future: Museums, Communities and Climate Change. Edited by  Routledge Environmental Humanities.

Ogden, Laura, Nik Heynen, Ulrich Oslender, Paige West, Karim Aly-Kassam, & Paul Robbins. 2013. “Global Assemblages, Resilience and Earth Stewardship in the Anthropocene.” Front Ecol Environ 11 (7): 341-347.

O’Neill, Saffron & Sophie Nicholson-Cole. 2009. “Fear Won’t Do It: Promoting Positive Engagement with Climate Change Through Visual and Iconic Representations.” Science Communications 30 (3):355-379.

Patel, Samir S. 2006.“A Sinking Feeling.” A sinking feeling.” Nature 440: 734–736.

Robin, Libby, Sverker Sörlin, and Paul Warde (Eds.). 2013. The Future of Nature: Documents of Global Change. Yale University Press.
(Winner of the 2013 New England Book Festival given by the JM Northern Media Family of Festivals, in the Compilations/Anthologies Category.)

Rudiak-Gould, Peter. 2013. Climate Change and Tradition in a Small Island State: The Rising Tide. Routledge Studies in Anthropology.

Steffen, Will, Paul J. Crutzen & John R. McNeill. 2007. “The Anthropocene: Are Humans Now Overwhelming the Great Forces of Nature?” Ambio 36 (8): 614-621.

West, Paige. 2006. Conservation Is Our Government Now: The Politics of Ecology in Papua New Guinea. Duke University Press.