In the News

Most items are linked to original source  (listed by date in descending order)
   Podcasts/Interviews
  • Multi-episode podcast in development with CommonLand, forthcoming
  • Interview with Civics 101 and New Hampshire Public Radio. Yellowstone: The First National Park (March 2022)
  • Center for Presidential History at SMU, Season III, Episode VII: Native Sovereignty and Native Removal
  • Interview with Kamea Chayne (Unpacking the Colonial Roots of National Parks) for the Green Dreamer podcast (January 2021)
  • Earth to Humans (2021) "There's no such thing as wilderness,"
  • "Living Planet: The Myth of Wilderness," Interview with Deutsche Welle Global News and Cultural Affairs (June 10, 2020)
  • Interview with Everybody's National Parks (January 2018).
  • Yonder Lies: Indigenous Pasts and Presents. Wyoming Public Radio (February 2020)
  • References/Citations
  • Challenging the Narrative and Amplifying Voices: Resources for Education & Inclusivity in the Outdoor Industry," The Trek (June 3, 2020)
  • Raymond Foxworth, "Indigenous Communities and Environmental Justice, Nonprofit Quarterly (October 9, 2020)​
  • David Gessner, "Are National Parks Really America's Best Idea?, Outside Magazine (August 6, 2020)
  • Nitya Rayapati, "The National Parks Are Inviting to Skiers, Less So to BIPOC," Powder Magazine, July 20, 2020
  • Tobias Carroll, "Seven Great Books About America's National Park," Inside Hook (April 27, 2020).​
  • Peter Deneen, "The People of the Glacier Lands Taken to Create US National Parks, Glacier Hub (September 4, 2019).
  • Shawnté Salabert, "2019 Bucket List: The Contemporary Adventure Canon," Outside (June 15, 2019)
  • Dexter Fergie, "The Department of Everything Else," Los Angeles Review of Books (May 21, 2019)\\\
  • "The Story We've Been Told About America's National Parks Is Incomplete, Time Magazine (April 2, 2019)​
  • Terra Incognita: Stop Glorifying John Muir (March 30, 2019)
  • Daniel Duane, "Goodbye, Yosemite. Hello, What?" New York Times (September 2, 2017).
  • Elizabeth Miller, "Picture More People Outdoors." Santa Fe Reporter (July 19, 2017).
  • Michael Smith, "This land is our land: The bitter debate over America's public spaces." The Growler (February 27, 2017).
  • Nick Alexandrov, "Landscapes of Dispossession: the National Park Service at 100 Years," CounterPunch (September 2, 2016).
  • Kollibri terre Sonnenblume, "A century of theft from Indians by the National Park Service, Ecologist: The Journal for the Post-Industrial Age (29 March 2016)​
  • Zach Schwartz-Weinstein, "The Bundy Buccaneers," truthout (January 8, 2016).
  • Daniel Duane, "The armed theft of John Muir's Yosemite," Los Angeles Times (December 24, 2015).
  • Patrick Nunnally, "National Parks 'Tell Our Story'–What Does That Say About 'Us'?" River Meaning (December 16, 2015).
  • Julian Brave Noisecat, "The Forgotten History Of ‘Violent Displacement’ That Helped Create The National Parks," Huffington Post (August 26, 2015).
  • Katharine Whittemore, "The history of America’s national parks," Boston Globe (July 30, 2015).
  • Jen Graves, "Susan Robb is Going from Mexico to Canada Like No Artist Has Gone Before," The Stranger (September 10, 2014).