(Spring 1999-Fall 2006)
Anthony Amato, "Thinking Unlike a Mountain:
Environment, Agriculture, and Sustainability in the Carpathians"
in The Environment and Sustainable Development in the New Central
Europe. Edited by Zbigniew Bochniarz and Gary B. Cohen (New
York: Berghahn Books, 2006).
Anthony Amato reveiwed Jeffrey A. Lockwood's Locust:
The Devastating Rise and Mysterious Disappearance of the Insect
that Shaped the American Frontier. New York: Basic Books,
2004. The review
is available online.
Anthony Amato reviewed John O. Anfinson's The
River We Have Wrought: A History of the Upper Mississippi
in the Journal of Interdisciplinary History Vol. 35,
Issue 1 (Summer 2004), pp. 152-153.
Kris Bronars-Cafaro, Cloudy-Sky
Waters: An Annotated Bibliography of the Minnesota River,
with an afterward essay "The Flow of History: Rivers, Past
and Present," by Anthony Amato. Rural and Regional Essay
Series, September 2004.
Geoff Cunfer, On
the Great Plains: Agricultural and Environment, Texas
A&M University Press, 2004.
Geoff Cunfer, "Manure Matters on the Great
Plains Frontier," Journal of Interdisciplinary History.
(Received the Rasmussen Award from the Organization of American
Anthony Amato, book review of The War on Weeds
in the Prairie West, by Clinton L. Evans, American Review
of Canadian Studies (Summer 2003 ed.) 281-283.
Anthony Amato, "A River Runs Around It"
in Environmental Policy: Cases in Managerial Role-Playing,
Robert Watson et al., Editors. Krieger Press, 2003.
Janet Timmerman and Anthony Amato, "A Shallow
Lake and Deep Conflicts" in Environmental Policy: Cases
in Managerial Role-Playing, Robert Watson et al. Editors.
Krieger Press, 2003.
Joseph Amato, On
Foot: A History of Walking, New York University Press,
Joseph Amato, David Pichaske, Richard O.Davies,
editors, A Place
Called Home: Writings on the Midwestern Small Town,
Minnesota Historical Society Press, spring 2003. Dr. Amato has
two chapters and an introduction included in this publication
Ingrid C. Burke, William K. Lauenroth, Geoff Cunfer,
John E. Barrett, Arvin Mosier, and Petra Lowe, "Nitrogen
in the Central Grasslands Region of the United States,"
BioScience 52 (Sept.2002): 813-823.
Geoff Cunfer, "Causes of the Dust Bowl,"
in Past Time, Past Place: GIS for History, Anne Kelly
Knowles, ed. (Redlands, Calif.: ESRI Press, 2002).
Douglas J. Spieles and Geoff Cunfer, "Collaborative
Integration of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Co-curricular
Undergraduate Research," Council for Undergraduate Research
Quarterly (Fall, 2002): 41-44.
Anthony Amato, "From Bad Land to the Badlands:
Migration, Ethnicity, and Environmental Change" The
Dakota Papers (2002).
Joseph Amato, "Pipestone and the Red Rock:
Inventing Peoples and Towns," Rural and Regional Essay
Joseph Amato, Rethinking Home: The Case for
Local History, Berkeley: University of California Press,
Joseph Amato, Mounier and Maritain: A French
Catholic Understanding of the Modern World, reprinted from
original 1975 text with new introduction, Sapientia Press, Ypsilanti,
Anthony Amato, Janet Timmerman, and Joseph Amato,
eds., Draining the Great Oasis: An Environmental History
of Murray County, Minnesota, Marshall: Crossings Press,
Joseph Amato and Anthony Amato, "Minnesota,
Real and Imagined: A View from the Countryside," Rural
and Regional Essay Series, 2001.
Geoff Cunfer, with Janet Liebl and David Craigmile,
"Lac Qui Parle River Canoe Map," Dawson, Minnesota,
Geoff Cunfer, "The New Deal's Land Utilization
Program in the Great Plains," Great Plains Quarterly,
Joseph Amato, Bypass: A Memoir, West Lafayette,
Ind.: Purdue University Press, 2000.
Joseph Amato, Dust: A History of the Small
and Invisible, Berkeley: University of California Press,
David Pichaske and Joseph Amato, eds., Southwest
Minnesota: The Land and the People, Marshall: Crossings
Alan R. Woolworth, "The Genesis & Construction
of the Winona & St. Peter Railroad, 1858-1873," Rural and Regional
Essay Series, 2000.
Joseph Amato and John Radzilowski, with John Meyer,
Community of Strangers: Change, Turnover, Turbulence & the
Transformation of a Midwestern Country Town, Marshall: Crossings
Joseph Amato, Anthony Amato, and Geoff Cunfer have authored
numerous encyclopedia entries and book reviews in recent years.