Stephanie LeMenager

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  • Title: Professor
  • Additional Title: Moore Endowed Professor
  • Phone: 541-346-3966
  • Office: 457 PLC
  • Office Hours: Spring 2021: Tues. 4-6, and by appointment.
  • Affiliated Departments: Environmental Studies
  • Interests: American Studies, Environmental Humanities
  • Website: Website

Education

1991 B.A. Stanford University, English and Anthropology; 1999 Ph.D. Harvard University, English and American Literatures and Languages

Statement

Please visit my website at http://www.stephanielemenager.com

Stephanie LeMenager is Barbara and Carlisle Moore Professor of English and Professor of Environmental Studies at the University of Oregon. Her publications include the books Living Oil: Petroleum Culture in the American Century (2014), Manifest and Other Destinies (2005, winner of the Western Literature Association Best Book Award), Environmental Criticism for the Twenty-First Century (2011, with Drs. Teresa Shewry and Ken Hiltner), Teaching Climate Change in the Humanities (2016, with Drs. Stephen Siperstein and Shane Hall), and the four-volume edited collection, Literature and Environment: Primary and Critical Sources (2020, with Dr. Teresa Shewry). LeMenager is founding editor, with Dr. Stephanie Foote, of Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities, which celebrates its 10th year of publication in 2021 and is the first U.S. academic journal in the environmental humanities. She is a recent recipient of a Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study fellowship, where she began her latest book, about climate change, fiction, and lies. With Dr. Marsha Weisiger (History, U.O.) LeMenager recently won funding from the American Council of Learned Scholars and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; LeMenager and Weisiger co-direct the Mellon-sponsored Center for Environmental Futures. Recently, LeMenager became a core team member of the PNW Just Futures Institute for Racial and Climate Justice, directed by Drs. John Arroyo and Alaí Reyes-Santos. LeMenager's work has been featured in The New York Times, Time Magazine, Climate Wire, Salon, and on CBC radio and NPR.

Prof. LeMenager's Graduate Seminar "Cultures of Climate Change" in The New York Times: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/01/education/using-the-arts-to-teach-how-to-prepare-for-climate-crisis.html?_r=0