2023 ASEH Virtual Exhibit

As the 2023 American Society for Environmental History conference kicks off in Boston, we would like to invite you to save 40% on the recent books on environmental studies and natural history featured here—including new entries from our series, Environmental History of the Northeast.

If you have projects underway that seem like a good match for our list, we would encourage you to connect with Executive Editor, Brian Halley ([email protected]).

Fine print: promo code MAS078 expires on May 31, 2023.

Environmental History of the Northeast
This series focuses on the social and cultural history of the Northeast region as shaped by human interactions with nature as well as a complex natural history of geological upheaval, climate change, erosion, and renewal. Its focus includes New England, eastern Canada, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.


Rescuing Ellisville Marsh

The Long Fight to Restore Lost Connections

Eric P. Cody

Playing God in the Meadow

How I Learned to Admire My Weeds

Martha Leb Molnar


Discord in Maine's Logging Woods and the Unraveling of an Industry

Andrew Egan

Urban Archipelago

An Environmental History of the Boston Harbor Islands

Pavla Šimková

Managing the River Commons

Fishing and New England's Rural Economy

Erik Reardon

Legends of the Common Stream

John Hanson Mitchell

A Prison in the Woods

Environment and Incarceration in New York's North Country

Clarence Jefferson Hall

From the Mountains to the Sea

Protecting Nature in Postwar New Hampshire

Kimberly A. Jarvis

From Environmental Loss to Resistance

Infrastructure and the Struggle for Justice in North America

Michael Loadenthal, Lea Rekow

This Grand and Magnificent Place

The Wilderness Heritage of the White Mountains

Christopher Johnson

Guadalupe Mountains National Park

An Environmental History of the Southwest Borderlands

Jeffrey P. Shepherd

The Aquatic Frontier

Oysters and Aquaculture in the Progressive Era

Samuel P. Hanes

Rediscovering the Maine Woods

Thoreau's Legacy in an Unsettled Land

John J. Kucich

Boston's Twentieth-Century Bicycling Renaissance

Cultural Change on Two Wheels

Lorenz J. Finison

Battles of the North Country

Wilderness Politics and Recreational Development in the Adirondack State Park, 1920-1980

Jonathan D. Anzalone

Finding Thoreau

The Meaning of Nature in the Making of an Environmental Icon

Richard W. Judd

Breaking the Banks

Representations and Realities in New England Fisheries, 1866-1966

Matthew McKenzie

Cape Cod

An Environmental History of a Fragile Ecosystem

John T. Cumbler

Second Nature

An Environmental History of New England

Richard W. Judd

The Nature of New Hampshire

Natural Communities of the Granite State

Dan Sperduto, Ben Kimball