* Ecology Without Nature: http://ecologywithoutnature.blogspot.co.uk/
He also offers courses on law and literature, Emerson and Melville, and the American Renaissance in a transatlantic context, emphasizing the relationships between cartography, writing, and nationalism. Dr. Nurmi is currently working on his first book, The Inverted Compass: Geography and the Ethics of Authorship in Nineteenth-Century America. He is also affiliated faculty with the Center for Mark Twain Studies.
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Listen to some Melville: http://www.mobydickbigread.com/.
* Elmira College Humanities and Social Sciences Blog: http://echumanitiessocsci.blogspot.com/
* Progressive Geographies: http://progressivegeographies.com/
* The Destroyer: http://www.thedestroyermag.com/