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Dr. Andrew C. Isenberg

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River Road Unitarian Church

River Road Unitarian Universalist Congregation 6301 River Road

Bethesda, Maryland 20817

United States

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Princeton University

Professor of History

Temple University

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Organization of American Historians

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Andrew Isenberg is a ...

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Andrew Isenberg is a history professor at Temple University in Philadelphia. He is an expert on the history of American environmentalism, especially in the American West. He contributed a chapter on the moral ecology of wildlife to the book Representing Animals. Contact 215-204-6175, aisenber@temple.edu. • The Rev. Ginger Luke is a minister at River Road Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Bethesda, Md. In 2007, she preached a sermon on the blessing of the animals. Contact 301-229-0400.


ReligionLink - Animals and religion

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Andrew Isenberg is a history professor at Temple University in Philadelphia. He is an expert on the history of American environmentalism, especially in the American West. He contributed a chapter on the moral ecology of wildlife to the book Representing Animals . Contact 215-204-6175, aisenber@temple.edu. • The Rev. Ginger Luke is a minister at River Road Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Bethesda, Md. In 2007, she preached a sermon on the blessing of the animals. Contact 301-229-0400.


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Historian Larry Schweikart wrote about a study by Andrew C. Isenberg, now a professor at Temple University, which busted the myth that it was government intervention that saved the bison.


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Big Green TV — The Environmental News & Video Site For All Ages

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This story is true, to a greater or lesser extent, but the real story, according to environmental historian Andrew C. Isenberg, who teaches at Temple University, is much more complex. Isenberg maintains that in the traditional story of the destruction of the bison, not enough importance is given to two factors: the volatile natural environment of the Great Plains region, and the effect of Euroamerican expansion on the society, economy, health, habitation, and hunting patterns of the Plains Native Americans.

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