After the Natural: An Environmental History of the Modern Suburb
1999-00History, State University of New York at Stony Brook Return to All Fellows
Christopher Sellers wrote drafts of the four core chapters of his book, now tentatively titled Nature on the Edge: An Ecocultural History of the Modern American Suburb. He completed an essay, entitled “Thoreau’s Body: Towards an Embodied Environmental History,” for Environmental History; another one titled “Environmentalist by Nature: The Postwar America of Samuel Hays,” for Reviews in American History 28 (2000); and an introductory essay for a volume of Business History Review on “Business and the Environment,” which he co-edited. Sellers is Associate Professor of History, State University of New York at Stony Brook.