Environmental Studies of the Great Lakes

Series editors: Robert Michael Morrissey and Daniel Macfarlane

The Environmental Studies of the Great Lakes series publishes scholarly monographs, edited collections, and reprinted classics that examine the environmental aspects of the region’s past. Defining the region expansively, works in this series connect the lakes with national and international themes—for example, globalization, invasive species, freshwater systems, global water politics and, especially, environmental justice. The goal of this series is to produce a series of books fundamentally about the Great Lakes and also of interest to all readers of critical and compelling environmental studies.

Please send queries and proposals to Robert Michael Morrissey and Daniel Macfarlane.

Advisory Board

Dave Dempsey, author and policy expert
Mike Dockry, University of Minnesota
James Feldman, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh
Noah Hall, Wayne State University Law School
Lynne Heasley, Western Michigan University
Jeff Insko, Oakland University
Carolyn Johns, Ryerson University
Nancy Langston, Michigan Technological University
Debora VanNijnatten, Wilfrid Laurier University