Char Miller Interviewed about Open Access to Undergraduate Scholarship
Char Miller Interviewed about his book, America’s Great National Forests
San Antonio: A Tricentennial History (2018)
Ogallala: Water for a Dry Land (2018)
Where There’s Smoke: The Environmental Science, Policy, and Politics of Marijuana (2018)
Gifford Pinchot: Selected Writings (2017)
Not So Golden State: Sustainability vs. the California Dream (2016)
America's Great National Forests, Wildernesses, and Grasslands (2016)
Seeking the Greatest Good: The Conservation Legacy of Gifford Pinchot (2013).
Death Valley National Park: A History (2013).
On the Edge: Water, Immigration, and Politics in the Southwest (2013).
Public Lands, Public Debates: A Century of Controversy (2012). Lecture about the book and its making
Where There’s Smoke: The Environmental Science, Public Policy, and Politics of Marijuana (University Press of Kansas, 2018)
Gifford Pinchot: Selected Writings (Penn State University Press, 2017)
Forest Conservation in the Anthropocene: Science, Policy, Practice (University Press of Colorado, 2016)
Between Ruin and Restoration: An Environmental History of Israel (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2013).
Cities and Nature in the American West (University of Nevada Press, 2010).
River Basins of the American West (Oregon State University Press, 2009).
Water in the Twenty-First Century West (Oregon State University Press, 2009).
Richard Harding Davis: The West from a Car-Window, Library of Texas series, (DeGolyer Library and William P. Clements Center for Southwestern Studies, 2006).
Fifty Years of the Texas Observer (Trinity University Press, 2004).
Recent Articles & Chapters
“Essential Landscape: An Environmental History of Chaparral Ecosystems in California,” in E.C. Underwood, et al., eds.Valuing Chaparral: Ecological, Social, and Management Perspectives, Springer Series on Environmental Management, (Springer, 2018), 123-40.
“Reading the Tea Leaves,” in Char Miller, ed., Where There’s Smoke: How Marijuana is Damaging the Environment and Transforming Politics (Lawrence KS: University Press of Kansas, 2018), 213-21. With Anthony Silvaggio.
“’This is Democracy Held Hostage’: Cannabis in the Capital,” in Char Miller, ed., Where There’s Smoke: How Marijuana is Damaging the Environment and Transforming Politics (Lawrence KS: University Press of Kansas, 2018), 185-98. With Karen August.
“Southern Exposure: Marijuana, Labor, and the Law in the Appalachians,” in Char Miller, ed., Where There’s Smoke: How Marijuana is Damaging the Environment and Transforming Politics (Lawrence KS: University Press of Kansas, 2018), 127-35. With Hawes Spencer.
“Kindred Spirits: Theodore Roosevelt, Gifford Pinchot, and a Fitting Eulogy,” Theodore Roosevelt Association Journal, 38:4, Fall 2017, 8-12.
“The Maine Chance: Conservation Management and Katahdin Waters and Woods National Monument,” Forest History Today, 23:1, Spring 2017, 5-16.
“Foreword” to Paula Ivaska Robbins, On Strawberry Hill: The Transcendent Love of Gifford Pinchot and Laura Houghteling, (Tuscaloosa AL: University of Alabama Press, 2017), xi-xiv.
“Watershed Politics: Groundwater Management and Resource Conservation in Southern California’s Pomona Valley,” Journal of Urban History, Special Issue on US and Australian Water Histories, DOI: 10.1177/0096144217692986. With Benjamin C. Hackenberger, PO-EA’15
“El Yunque National Forest,” Forest History Today 22:1&2, Spring/Fall 2016, 61-63.
“Fires on the Hills: Peri-urban and Wildland Fire Regimes in Mediterranean-type Ecosystems,” in Estelita Vaz, Cristina Joanaz de Melo and Ligia M. Costa Pinto, eds., Environmental History in the Making, (Springer, 2016), 145-69. With Jack Hayes, Daniel Orenstein and Mario Gonzalez Pereira.
“Measured Impact: William B. McKinley and Late Nineteenth-Century Conservation,” Forest History Today, 21:1/2, Spring/Fall 2015, 32-36.
“Streetscape Environmentalism: Flood Control, Social Justice, and Political Power in San Antonio, 1921-1975,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly, October October 2014, 159-77.
“Foreword,” to the 5th edition of Roderick Nash, Wilderness and the American Mind, (New Haven CT: Yale University Press, 2014), vii-xv.
“Making Common Cause for Conservation: The Pinchot Institute and Grey Towers National Historic Site, 1963-2013,” Forest History Today, Spring/Fall 2013, 42-51.
“Uncle Sam’s Badge: Identity and Representation in the U.S. Forest Service, 1905-2013,” Journal of Forestry, September 2013, 366-70.
“Riding the Wave: Open Access, Digital Scholarship, and the Undergraduate Thesis,” Keynote Address, USETDA annual meeting, 2013.
“Neither Crooked Nor Shady: The Weeks Act, Theodore Roosevelt, and the Virtue of Eastern National Forests, 1899-1911,” Theodore Roosevelt Association Journal, 30:4, Fall 2012, 15-24.
America's First Forest: Carl Schenck and the Biltmore Forest School (Bonesteel Films/PBS, 2016)
The Big Burn (PBS: American Experience, 2015)
John Muir in the New World (PBS: American Masters, 2011)