30 June, 2014
Daveen Koh finds Frederic Gros' book to be limited in scope but nevertheless a commendable achievement and a delightful read.
3 June, 2014
Kolbert relates scientifically valid theories in a refreshingly neutral tone as a powerful warning against anthropogenic destruction.
9 December, 2013
A series of photos telling the story of Oxford's changing urban landscape between two of its towers, Magdalen and Windrush.
28 October, 2013
George Monbiot's call for a "rewilding" of both ecosystems and the people that inhabit them is confused in it's vague definition of that term.
14 October, 2013
W.G. Hoskins' reflections on the English landscape veer between historical insight and ill-founded nostalgia.
23 January, 2013
4 November, 2012
A New Kind of Bleak is an acerbic, if sometimes alienating critique of pseudo-modernism, finds Owen Hopkins.
22 October, 2012
In our special focus on Robert Macfarlane's The Old Ways, Gabriel Roberts finds it a gesture towards the inexpressable.
Judyta Frodyma finds The Old Ways tows readers along a narcissistic path of self-indulgent prose.
14 November, 2011
Literature faces ecological concerns in Timothy Clark's The Cambridge Introduction to Literature and the Environment.