Nash, Roderick Frazier
NASH, Roderick Frazier
NASH, Roderick Frazier. American, b. 1939. Genres: Environmental sciences/Ecology, History, Biography. Career: Professor Emeritus of History and Environmental Studies, and Chairman of Environmental Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara (joined faculty, 1966). Publications: (with M. Curti) Philanthropy in the Shaping of American Higher Education, 1965; Wilderness and the American Mind, 1967, 3rd. ed. 1982; (ed.) The American Environment: Readings in the History of Conservation, 1968, 3rd ed. (as American Environmentalism), 1990; (with M. Borden, O. Graham and R. Oglesby) The American Profile, 1970: Portrait of a Nation, 2 vols., 1972; (ed.) The American Culture: The Call of the Wild 1900-1916, 1970; The Nervous Generation: American Thought 1917-1930, 1970; (ed. and coauthor) Grand Canyon of the Living Colorado, 1970; (ed.) Environment and Americans: The Problem of Priorities, 1972; From These Beginnings: A Biographical Approach to American History, 1973, 3rd ed. 1984, 4th ed. 1991; The Big Drops: Ten Legendary Rapids, 1978, 1988; The Rights of Nature: A History of Environmental Ethics, 1989. Address: Dept. of History, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106, U.S.A.