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J. Baird Callicott (1941 - ) earned a Bachelor of Arts in philosophy from Southwestern at Memphis (now Rhodes College) in 1963. He received his Master of Arts (1966) and his Ph.D. (1972) from Syracuse University. Dr. Callicott has taught at the following universities: Memphis State University (now the University of Memphis), 1966 – 1969; Wisconsin State University-Stevens Point (now the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point), 1969 – 1995; and the University of North Texas, 1995 – present. Dr. Callicott was named a UNT Distinguished Research Professor of Philosophy in 2010. He was the chair of the Department of Philosophy and Religion Studies, 2008 - 2010. He has served as a visiting professor at the University of Florida, the University of Hawaii; The University of California, Santa Barbara; and Yale University, among others. He has also served as President of the International Society for Environmental Ethics and as Bioethicist-in-Residence at Yale University. Dr. Callicott was the Vice President (1994 – 1997) then the President (1997 – 2000) of the International Society for Environmental Ethics. He is also a member of the American Philosophical Association, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy, International Development Ethics Association, American Society for Environmental History, Society for Conservation Biology, International Society for Ecosystem Health and the International Association for Environmental Philosophy.
Dr. Callicott is best known an exponent of Aldo Leopold’s land ethic. He is the author of numerous articles and books which include:
J. Baird Callicott taught at the University of North Texas from 1995 to his retirement in May 2015.
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The collection is arranged in seven series: 1) Class Material, 2) Publications, 3) Conferences and Papers, 4) Correspondence, Literary Material, 5) Board Material and Grants, 6) Media, and 7) Unprocessed 2015 Accrual.
The papers of J. Baird Callicott (1941- ) document his career as a professor of philosophy at the University of Memphis, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, and the University of North Texas. The collection contains class material, publications, correspondence, grant proposals, and a collection of media that reflects his work as a professor, an author, and his participation in seminars and conferences.
Material that concerns the classes he taught in philosophy.
Files that contain information on the classes Dr. Callicott taught from 1970 to 1986.
This folder contains a test for Philosophy 100 - Introduction to PHilosophy and Philosophy 120 - Philosophy of Religion. Course syllabi for Philosophy 120, fall 1969 and spring 1970, are included.
Course syllabi for Philosophy 100 from 1969 to 1978 document the changes in how this course was taught.
Course syllabus for Philosophy 310 - Metaphysics, taught in the fall of 1971, lists the recommended readings, course requirements, and the required text.
The course syllabus for Philosophy 181 - American Indian Environmental Philosphies, a catalog description for the course and the course proposal are part of the contents of this folder. The second part includes: a brochure (Natural Resources: Career Education for American Indians, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point), a list of courses for American Indians wanting a career in Natural Resources, notes, a brochure for the Wisconsin Indian Resource Council, Inc., and Xerox copies of newspaper or journal articles.
Two tests for this course are in this folder.
The syllabi used for Philosophy 217 from the Fall of 1971 to the Spring of 1978.
Examples of test that were given for the class Philosophy 217 - History of Ancient Greek Philosophy.
A syllabus and copies of tests for the class Philosophy in a Literary Mode.
Examples of tests and notes for the class "Environmental Ethics."
Examples of tests for Philosophy 300 - Introduction to Philsophical Thinking (1976) and Philosophy 100 (1978) are in this folder.
Syllabi for Philosophy 380 - Environmental Ethics document the changes in the teaching of the class from 1974 to 1978.
Syllabus and tests that were used during the class Philosophy 217 - The History of Ancient Greek Philosophy.
Syllabus, notes, and example of test concerning the course "Introduction to Philosophy."
This folder contain the sylabus, the test for the course, and Xerox copies of the following; "The Federal Environmenal pesticide Control Act of 1972: Highlights," "Summary of Major Federal Water quality Legislation," "Summary: Air Quality Policies,""New EIS Regulations, and "Budget and Budgeting."
The syllabus for this course and tests 1 - 3 are in this folder.
The course syllabus, tests and personal notes document this class.
Philosophy 101, "Today's Moral Problems," is represented by the syllabus, three tests, and clippings.
This class concerned the study of the philosophical classics. The course syllabus, the structural outline of the materials to be studied, and test 1 and 2 document this class.
Papers related to this course include sample tests and notes.
Papers for a class on Environmental Ethics include: sample tests, handwriten notes, the class syllabus and clippings.
A course on "Metaphysics" is documented with a syllabus, sample tests, and notes.
The papers cover a class in environmental aesthetics with a class syllabus, sample tests, a list of students and notes for the first class,.
Papers from a class on environmental ethics include: tests, the syllibus, and notes.
The papers that document an introduction to philosophy course which include: the course syllabus and tests.
Papers for a class on environmental ethics include notes, tests, and the class syllabus.
Papers for an intorduction to philosophy course which include the syllabus, notes, and tests.
This course is titled "The Ancient Greek Experience." Dr. Callicott and Dr. Wick, of the Department of History, taught the course. The class documents incluse the syllabus, tests and notes.
A course on "American Indian Environmental Philosophies" is documented with the course syllabus, tests, a memo from the University of Wisconsin (where the class was taught), a copy of "If We sell You Our Land, Love It" by Chief Seattle, tests, notes, and copies of articles pertaining to the class.
A class on environmental ethics is documented with tests and the course syllabus.
The papers concern a course on the introduction to philosophy which is documented by tests, the course syllabus, and notes.
The papers documenting this course consist of 12 reading quizzes and a test.
Papers, that include the course syllabus and tests, document a class on environmental ethics.
An introduction to philosophy class papers which include the class syllabus and tests.
A class in contemporary moral issues is documented with a class syllabus, a course statement by Dr. Callicott, reading quizzes, notes and tests.
A course on the introduction to philosophy is documented with the course syllabus, tests and reading qizzes.
A class on environmental ethics is documented with tests and reading quizzes.
This class in American Indian environmental philosophy used the following papers: tests and the course syllabus.
A class in American Indian environmental philosophy is documented with tests, notes, the course syllabus, and a Far Side cartoon.
The papers for a class in environmental ethics include: the course syllabus, tests and reading quizzes.
Papers for a class in ancient Greek philosophy that include the course syllabus, tests and reading quizzes
A course on environmental ethics that is documented with the course syllabus, tests, and reading quizzes.
Papers for a class in ancient Greek philosophy include the course syllabus, tests and reading quizzes.
Papers for a class in contemporary moral probles include the course syllabus, tests and reading quizzes.
Materials that were used in Dr. Callicott's classes.
Papers for a class in environmental ethics that include the course syllabus and tests.
The papers that document the environmental ethics class include: tests and reading quizzes.
A class in American Indian environmental philosophy is documented with the call syllabus, charts, reading quizzes and tests.
A class on the history of ancient Greek philosphy is documented with reading quizzes, tests, and the course syllabus.
Papers for a class in environmental ethics include: tests, a scantron sheet, the course syllabus, and reading quizzes.
A set of papers that includes: the course information for the senior thesis class, a proposal for a senior thesis, notes, and a memo.
This folder contain correspondence, the ESCI course evalustion for a class Dr. Callicott taught at the University of California Santa Barbara, and cards for books he requested.
Papers concerning the teaching of Environmental Studies 106 at the University of California Santa Barbara which include notes, tests, correspondence, a flyer for his class, a course evaluation form and a work request form.
This environmental philosophy class, which was taught in Hawaii, is documented with evaluations of the instructor, reading quizzes, handwritten notes, class presentation notes, the class syllabus, and tests.
The items in this folder include correspondence relating to teaching and grade reporting at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
These papers include a notice for Lyceum Day, notes, Xerox copies of an articles ("The Hisorical Roots of Our Ecological Crisis" by Lynn White, Jr.; "Discrepancies Between Environmental Atitude and Behaviour: Examples From Europe and China" by Yi-Fu Tuan; "Just the Facts, Ma'am" by J. Baird Callicott), the course requirements for Geography 752, the instrucor's statement about the course, class presentation notes, flyers advertising the course.
A class in environmental eithics is documented with the course syllabus, tests and reading quizzes.
A class in environmental ethis is documented with reading quizzes, the class syllabus, tests, a clipping, and memos from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.
A class in the history of ancient Greek Philosophy is documented with tests, reading quizzes, and the course syllabus.
A class on environmental ethics is documented with clippings, reading quizzes, the course syllabus and tests.
Papers on a course on environmental ethics include: the course syllabus, exams, a flyer for a discussion on environmental degradation, clippings, notes, Xerox copies of articles and reading quizzes.
The papers for a class on the history of ancient Greek philosophy include the syllabus, notes, tests and reading quizzes.
Documents for an environment ethics class which include exams, the class syllabus, reviews for the exams and reading quizzes.
Papers used in a class on American Indian Environmental Philosophies include: the class syllabus, reading quizzes, and tests.
Papers that document a class on American Indian environmental philosophies include: the class syllabus, a syllabus supplement, correspondence, copies of articles and reading quizzes.
Papers for a class on environmental ethics include: class notes, tests review material, tests, reading list, copies of an articles, the class syllabus and reading quizzes.
Documents for a class covering the history of ancient Greek phiosophy include: tests, the syllabus and reading quizzes.
Papers for a course on environmental ethics include: reading quizzes, tests, the course syllabus, a memo, clipping, sample questions for a test and notes.
Papers from a class on American Indian environmental philosophies which include: tests, a memo from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, an announcement from the Residence Hall Association of the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, a flyer from Aery Productions for lecture tours, the course syllabus and reading quizzes.
A Clipping, an article, notes, and a syllabus document a seminar on the "Republic of Plato. "
Instructor evaluation forms and Xeroxes of comments from the forms
A class on environmental ethics is documented with tests, reading quizzes, a memo, sample questions for test 1, the course syllabus, a Calvin and Hobbes cartoon, a People for the Ethical Treatment of Annimals brochure and magazine and a forestry newsletter rom the Student Chapter College of Natural Resources, Stevens Point, Wisconsin.
Papers from an environmental ethics class include: notes, tests, the course syllabus, reading quizzes and sample questions for test 1.
A class on American Indian environmental philosophies is documented with tests, notes, the course syllabus, reading quizzes, a flyer for a lecture, a paper ("The Fight for the Black Hills") and a bibliography.
Papers that reflect how Dr. Callicott taught his classes are in this box.
Papers for a class on envioronmental philosophy, that Dr. Callicott taught at the University of Kansas, include the course syllabus, a bibliography of work by or about Aldo Leopold, instructor evaluations, memos, a flyer for a lecture, notes, and Xeroxes of articles.
The papers used in the teaching of an environmental ethics class include: tests, reading quizzes and a class handout.
Papers that document a class in American Indian philosophies include: class notes, an information sheet on Philosophy 199, tests and reading quizzes.
A class in ancient Greek philosophy is documented with tests, class note and reading quizzes,.
Papers that concern an environmental ethics class include: corresopondence, tests, the course syllabus, a copy of a book review and reading quizzes.
Documents that concern a class on environmental ethics that Dr. Callicott taught at Presbyterian College in South Carolina include: the course syllabus and reading quizzes.
A seminar on Plato's Republic is documented with a quiz, suggested paper topics, a form for the Presbyterian College Long Distance Call Log, study questions, the course syllabus, an information sheet for students, a draft of Presbyterian Colleg's Mission and Goals.
A class on ethical theory is documented with reading quizzes, the class syllabus, tests, Xeroxes of articles and notes.
A course on the history of ancient Greek philosophy is documented wth the course syllabus, tests, reading quizzes and notes.
Papers for this course include: a book order form for the UNT Bookstore, the course syllabus, library reserve request forms and a printout of the books and article placed on reserve.
A course in ancient Greek Philosopy is documented with tests, a study guide, the course syllabus, and text order forms for the University Bookstore.
A seminar on Aldo Leopold is documented with maps, the course syllabus, correspondence and Xerox copies of articles.
A class for the introduction to ancient Greek philosophy is documented with: sample questions for the first exam, the course syllabus and "Angel of Death: An AIDs Issue" by Alvin Malone.
Papers for a seminar on American Indian evironmental philosophy include: the course syllabus, a request for text books for the University Book Store, correspondence, a computer printout of items for sale from KUAC-FM/TV, copies of articles and reading quizzes.
Papers documenting a class on ancient philosophy include: a tests and a review for the final exam.
Papers that document a class that surveys the ancient natural philosophy include: a proposal for the final term paper, the course syllabus, copies of articles and class handouts.
Papers for a class on the introduction to ancient philosophy include: the class syllabus and tests.
Papers for a class on ethical theory include: reading quizzes and a copy of article.
Documents for a class on ethical theory include: tests, the syllabus and test reviews.
A class on the philosophy of ecology is documented with: a bussiness card and the course syllabus.
A class on the introduction to ancient philosophy is documented with test study guides and the class syllabus
Papers that document a class on ethical theory include: tests, test reviews, the course syllabus and a copy of an article.
A class on the philosophy of ecology is documented with: the course syllabus and reading quizzes,.
A class on "Aldo Leopold and the Land Ethic" is documented by: the course syllabus, a brochure ("Ecology Theology and Jueo-Christian Environmental Ethics"), reading quizzes, and copies of articles.
Evaluation explanation sheet, final numbers, and student comments are included.
Papers documenting a course on environmental ethics are: the course syllabus, a test review and a copy of an article.
A course on the introduction to ancient philosophy is documented with the course syllabus.
Instructor evaluation responses that are shown in percentages and student comments.
A class on ethical theory is documented with a test, the course syllabus, a review for the first test and one of the reading quizzes.
A class in ethical theory is documented with: the class syllabus, reading quizzes and a copy of the first test.
Papers that document a class on environmental ethics include: the course syllabus and tests.
Papers for a class on the introduction to ancient philosophy include: the course syllabus, tests, notes and correspondence.
A class on ethical theory is documented with: tests, correspondence, the course syllabus, a copy of an article, and a brochure for a book on ethical theory.
Papers used for a class on the Republic of Plato include: copies of articles, notes, the class syllabus and a test.
A class on environmental philosophy is documented with notes, copies of pages from booksand articles, correspondence, the paper work for offering the class, and a proposed class syllabus.
This course is documented with copies from books and journals and a list of suggested readings.
Papers documenting a course on Resource Management in Asia and the Pacific include: correspondence, notes, a course syllabus and a graduate proposal.
Items in this folder include a copy of a magazine article and correspondence.
This folder contains the copies of the supplemental readings used in a philosphy course taught by Dr. Calicott at the University of Wisconsin.
This folder contains copies of supplemental readings for a course Dr. Callicott taught at the University of Wisconsin.
Chapters from books that were used a supplemental readings in Dr. Callicott's classes.
A legal size notepad with notes concerning Dr. Callicott's research and teaching.
Copies of articles concerning environmental ethics by Dr. Callicott and others.
Two articles by Dr. Callicott: "The Land Aesthetic" and "Intrinsic Value, Quantum Theory, and Environmental Ethics."
Chapters from a book, articles and a paper by Catriona Sandilands make up the contents of this folder.
A course on topics in ancient philosophy is documented with a course syllabus and a flyer for the course.
A paperbound collection of supplemental readings for students taking Philosophy 380 with Dr. Callicott at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point.
The master copy of the supplemental readings for this class.
A copy of the supplemental readings for Dr. Callicott's class at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point.
Copies of portions of books and journal articles that were collected by Dr. Callicott.
A class covering topics in ancient philosophy is documented by a course syllabus and copies of journal articles.
This folder contains a partial copy of "Aristophanes," traslated by Kenneth McLeish. It has a copy of "Women in Power."
Copies of journal articles, correspondence, publications, and Dr. Palmer's curriculum vitae make up the documents in this folder.
An introduction to ancient philosophy class is documented with the first test.
A class on the introduction to ancient philosophy is documented by the second test given in the class and scantron sheets (that require the students to fill in the bubble that shows they have picked the correct answer).
A key to an exam and an example of a bubble sheet (exam form where students register the answer by filling in a circle that corresonds to the number of the question).
Documents concerning the evaluation of the Philosophy faculty and Dr. Callicott.
This course is documented with the course syllabus, a list of readings, copies of articles, homework sheets and homework answer sheets.
Papers that document the environmental studies class taught at the University of California, Santa Barbara that include: correspondence, text book order cards, tests, notes, homework assignments, problem sets,a copy of a chapter out of a book, and the class syllabus.
A collection of copies of articles that were used in teaching an environmental studies class.
Transparencies that were used in a presentation.
Paper copies and transparencies that were used in classes at the University of Minesota.
Transparencies used for a presentation to the Texas Master Naturalists.
Transparencies and articles concerning the issue of cultural diversity.
Transparencies for a lecture on the intrinsic value of nature.
Prints and transparencies for a talk, "The Implication of the 'Shifting Paradigm' in Ecology for Paradigm Shifts in the Philosophy of Conservation."
Transparencies for a class concerning the study the philosophy of the environment.
Papers and transparencies used in teaching environmental ethics.
Transparencies of the outline of a lecture.
Transparencies concerning the teaching of the philosophy of conservation.
Transparenecies on the presentation "The Land Ethic Past."
Transparencies concerning the lectures on environmental philosophy.
Transparencies that were used in lectures at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point.
This booklet is by Don Murray and was published by Gurler Heritage Association.
"Animal Welfare and Environmental Ethics" by Katharine Ellen Rawles
A draft of the dissertation "Animal Welfare and Environmental Ethics" by Katharine Ellen Rawles.
Drafts of chapters by various authors for "Thinking Through the Wilderness Idea."
Chapters, each written by a different author, for a book on environmentalism.
Book chapters, each by a different author, on environmentalism.
A draft of Jason B. Simus's dissertation, Disturbing Nature's Beauty: Environmental Aesthetics in a New Ecological Paradigm, is in this file.
"The Land's wild Eloquense: On the Rejuvenation of Oral Culture as an Ecological Imperative" by David Abram, Ph.D. "Facing Climate Chage with a Renewed Environmental Ethic" by Samuel Ayonghe
A draft of Inconceivable Earth: Animism, Language, and the Ecology of Sensory Experience by David Abram
A draft of chapter six, "Future Generations' Rights: Linking Intergenerational and Intragenerational Rights in Ecojustice," is in this folder.
Copies of chapters by various authors intended for publication in a book on ecology.
This document consists of a computer print out sheets with labels with the name of the department, the school's name, and the address of the department.
"Eco-Friends" pamphlets that were created for the Asian market.
A set of brochures (The Taipei Eco-City Declaration; AMOR General Meetings; The Earth Charter) and "The Earth Charter and Spirituality in Taiwan" are from the 2001 Asia Pacific Earth Charter Conference that was held in Brisbane, Australia.
Information on a conference in Brazil and a call for papers by the Institute Veolia Environnement.
Brochures, catalog and information on the organization of the Homemakers' Union and Foundation of Taiwan.
Brochures for the National Presserve, Texas that were produced by the National Park Service.
The poster is for the Earth Charter conference in Taiwan. The booklets are: A Study on the Development of a Model in Environmental Ethics Education for Establishing Eco-centered Life Values by Yong-Gae Cho; A Study on the Task and Direction in Ecological Environmental Ethics Education for Overcoming the Ecological and Educational Crisis; and one without an English translation for its title. The booklets are written in Chinese.
An Advertisement for "Eco-Friends" which is edited by YongGae Cho.
This folder contains correspondence and articles on economics and conservation.
Articles and book chapters that concern economics and ecology, as well as Native American philosophy.
A collection of articles and book chapters concerning the philosophy of ecology.
A copy of the article "African-American Wildland Memories" by Cassandra Y. Johnson and J. M. Bowker.
"AFS Draft Position Statement on Biodiversity" by Brian D. Winter and Robert M. Hughes
This folder contains a copy of the outline of the presentation along with the following: list of reference material, "Biodiversity of Fishes of the Great Lakes: Draft List of Issues"; "Fisheries: 1996 Annual Meeting Supplement;" correspondence; advertisement for a membership in the American Fisheries Society; "Ecological Health and Ecological Integrity: Semantic and Substance" by Paul L. Angermeier; " and Ecological Resoration of Watesheds: Conceptual Roles of Bilogical Integrity and Diversity" by Paul L. Angermeier.
"Against the Social Construction of Nature and Wilderness" by Eileen Crist
A draft of an academic work on human impact on the environment.
"American Indians and the Wilderness" by Vine Deloria, Jr.
An article on the Big Thicket in Texas by Bjorn Sletto.
A flyer for LING 4800: Animal Communication and an e-mail.
A copy of an article that was written in 1916.
A copy of an article from 1921.
An abstract of a paper.
A draft of a paper discussing the ideas put forth by Jose A. Bernardete in "Induction and Infinity. A copy of Ratio with Benardete's article is in the folder.
A copy of an article by George M. Wright that was originally published in 1935.
A copy of an article by Claude A. McLeod.
A copy of "Hearing Before the Subcommittee on National Parks and Recreation of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs House of Representatives, Ninety-Second Congress, Second Session on H. R. 12034."
Copy of pages from the book by Claude A McLeod.
The items in this folder include a business card, a newsletter, brochures and government publications.
This is a flyer for a class Dr. Callicott intended to teach during the school year 2004-2005.
A review of The World and the Wild: Expanding Wilderness Conservation Beyond its American Roots.
"Can a Christian Environmental Ethic Go Wild? Evaluating Ecotheological Reponses to the Wilderness Debate" by Theodore W. Nunez
"Changing Human Relationships with Nature: Making and Remaking Wilderness Science" by Jill M. Belsky
"Biodiversity and the Function of Freshwater Ecosystems" by Larry B. Crowder and Lisa A. Eby
"Biological Diversity and Biological Integrity: Current Concerns for Lakes and Streams" by Robert M. Hughes and Reed F. Noss
The booklet is in Chinese with a photograph of a pig on the front cover. The images on the inside appear to be of slaughter houses.
"Callicott and Modernity" by Catherine Larrere.
"Cascading Effects of the Introduced Nile Perch on the Detritivorous / Phytoplanktivoruous Species in the Sublittoral Areas of Lake Victoria" by Tijs Goldschmidt, Frans White, Jan Wanink.
Booklet in Chinese with a print of a bird on the cover.
A program or booklet in Chinese with the image of a flower with eyes and a big smile on the cover.
A program / booklet in Chinese with a green cover that is decorated with a floral and geometric design.
Program for "Bological Diversity in Aquatic Management" with session chair Jack E. Williams and co-chair Richard J. Neves.
This is "A World Wildlife Fund Canada / World Wildlife Fund-United States Discussion Paper" by Rees Noss.
"Changing Value Prespectives in Naturla Resource Allocation: From Market to Ecosystem" by Eric S. Higgs
A program in Chinese with plastic spiral binding and an image of fall leaves on the cover.
The Harvard University Press catalog for the "Classics."
"Comments on papers for Section 1: The Road Not Taken: The Unreceived Wilderness View"
"Comments on Papers for Section 1: The Road Not Taken: The Unreceived Wilderness View"
"Comments on Papers for Secton 2: Third World, Fourth World, and African-American Views of the Wilderness Idea"
"Comments on Paper for Part III: More of TGNWD"
"Comments on Papers for Part IV: Byond TGNWD"
"The Concept of the Intrinsic Value in Nature: Theoretical and Pragmatic Considerations" A set of images and text that were used for Dr Callicott's presentation of the 2002 W. Sproule and Anne Boyd Lecture at Wesleyan College.
"The Concept of Wilderness: Last Great Place or Obsolete Ideal?" by Ann Sessler Causey
"Contemporary Criticisms of the Received Winderness Idea" by J. Baird Callicott
"Coevolutionary Development Potential" by Richard B. Norgaard
The correspondence and copy of the chapter "The Value of Biodiversity" to be part of the text book Principles of Conservation Biology.
"Detecting Critical Scales in Fragmented Landscapes" by Timothy H. Keitt, Dean L. Urban, Bruce T. Milne
"Developing Ecosystem Objectives for the Great Lakes: Policy, Progress and Public Participation" by Paul E. Bertram and Trevor B. Reynldson
"Directions in Conservation Biology" by Graeme Caughley
A document concerning resource management.
Draft of "Distinguishing Experiential and Physical Conceptions of Wilderness" by John A. Vucetich and Michael P. Nelson
Earth Jazz by Evan Eisenberg
"Ecological Requirements of te Wilderness Act" by Estella B. Leopold
The Ecologist, volume 24, Number 6, November/December 1994
The Ecologist, volume 24, number 5, September/October 1994
Handwritten notes and / or instructions for the symphony.
"The Effects of Predation by Nile Perch, Lates niloticusL., on the Fish of Lake Nabugabo, with Suggestions for Conservation of Endangered Endemic Cichlids" by Richard Ogutu-Ohwayo
A collection of articles, papers and reports on various topics concerning the environment.
A draft of Mark Mysak's dissertation The Environmental is Political: Exploring the Geography of Environmental Justice.
A collection of journals, most of European origin, that concern environmental studies.
A copy of the reference materials that Dr. Callicott made available to his environmental studies students.
"Ethics and Agenda 21" is a publication of the United Nations Evironment Programme.
A publication of papers presented at a conference. This book was edited by Corrado Poli and Peter Timmerman.
"Exotic Species and the Integrity of the Great Lakes" by Edward L. Mills, Joseph H. Leach, James T. Carlton, and Carol L. Secor.
"Experimental Perturbations of Whole Lakes as Tests of Hypotheses Concerning Ecosystem Structure and Function" by David W. Schindler
This is a special publication of the Great Lakes Fishery Commission.
"Fish Genetics, Fish Hatcheries, Wild Fish, and Other Fables" by Gilbert C. Radonski
A booklet that documents the general management plan for the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park.
A chapter, by Dr. J. Baird Callicott, from a book Covenant For A New Creation: Ethics, Religion, and Public Policy by Carol S. Robb and CArl J. Casebolt. .
"Population Ecology: Population Census and Survey" from the Great Lakes Fishery Council.
"Eophysiology - The Science of Gaia" by James E. Lovelock
Correspondence, a list of publications for the Great Lakes Fishery, draft articles, a grant proposal. policy statement from the United States department of the Interior, "Forum" a newsletter, a draft budget, a proposal ("Exmining the Role of Biodiversity in Managing Great Lakes Fishery Resources" by Dr. J. Baird Callicott, Dr. Ed Crossman, and Dr. Larry Crowder) regarding the search for funding for their research project.
Documents submitted to the Great Lakes Fishery Commission to gain funding for research.
"Great Lakes Fishery Commission Biodiversity Workshop for Citizens"
The Green Horizon: An (Environmental) Hermeneutics of Identification-with-Nature Through Literature by Nathan M. Bell
Green Studies, Religion, and Environmental Practice at the GTU and Beyond: A Research Project Conducted by the Theological Roundtable on Ecological Ethics ad Spirituality. This is the final report, unabridged version and uncorrected.
"Hell, No. Of Course Not. But..." by Wendell Berry
"A Hierarchical Theory of Value Applied to the Great Lakes and Their Fishes" by Karen G. Mumford and J. Baird Callicott
"How Can Four Trees Make a Jungle?" by Pramod Parajuli
"Imaging Nature and Erasing Class and Race" by Kevin DeLuca and Anne Demo which was published in Environmental History.
"The Implication of the 'Shifting Paradigm' in Ecology for Paradigm Shifts in the Philosophy of Conservation" by J. Baird Callicott
"Importance of Natural Conditions in National Parks" from Hunting and Conservation
"The Importance of Preserving Wilderness Conditions" from the New York State Museum Bulletin.
"In the Dust of Kilimanjaro" by David Western
The Incomplete Eco-Philosopher: Selected Essays, 1985-2005 by Anthony Weston
"For Indian Wilderness" by Philip Cafaro and Monish Verma
Forms that name the project directors for a proposal to the National Science Foundation for a project concerning biodiversity and ecocystems at the southern end of the Americas.
"Jackfish Pete: Pete LaPrairie's Story" is from Down from Basswood.
"The Journal of the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies"
A Lake Trout Rehabilitation Guide for Lake Heron edited by Mark P. Ebener and publiched by the Great Lakes Fishery Commission
"Landing" by Kathleen Dean Moore
Documents on the "Development of the Land Aesthetic," "Development of the Concept of Land Health" and other information on Aldo Leopold.
"Nature as Sen from Kitkitdizze is No 'Social Constructio'" by Gary Snyder
"Nature Sanctuaries-A Means of Saving Natural Biotic Communities" by Victor E. Shelford
"The Not-So-Great Wilderness Debate..." by David W. Orr
"The Need for a More Serious Effort to Rescue a Few Fragments of Vanishing Nature" by Francis B. Sumner
Paper on the reasons and causes in Phaedo.
"Our Method of Examining Value Relative to Social and Ecological Scales"
"The Preservation of Natural Biotic Communities" by Victor E. Shelford
"Preservation of Natural Areas in the National Forests" by G. A. Pearson
" The Preservation of Natural Conditions" by V. E. Shelford
"Preserves of Natural Conditions" by Victor E. Shelford
"Problems of Geographical Origin"
A list of the proposed sites and copies of maps make up this set of documents.
"Religious Cosmology and Human Identity"
"Remarks on Hunting" by John Baird Callicott and a brochure titled "Hunting: Sport or Sin?" make up the contents of this folder.
"Coho Salmon for the Great Lakes" by Wayne H. Tody and Howard A. Tanner and notes are in this folder.
"Status of Michigan's Fisheries Management" edited by David P. Borgeson
"Great Lakes Fishery Commisssion, Project Completion Report: Examining the Role of Biodiviersity in Managing Great Lakes Fishery Resources" by Larry Crowder, Baird Callicott, Edward Crossman, Becky Cudmore, Lisa Eby, and Karen Mumford
Green Citizens' Action Allieance is written in Chinese.
"In Search of a Total Value Asessment Frameowrk" SAFR Symposium Overview and Synthesis" by Daniel R. Talhelm and Lawrence W. Libby
"Induction and Infinity: A Discussion"
"Land Ethics and Energy Alternatives" by John Baird Callicott
"The Land Report"
"Mechanism and the Philosophy of Biology" by J. Baird Callicott
"Meinung People's Association"
A collection on handwritten papers on yellow legal pad paper.
"Native American Seed"
National Science Foundation Day: The University of Texas at Dallas
The alumni magazine of the University of North Texas. It has an article on "Don Henley: In Tune With Caddo Lake."
"On Saving the Wilderness: Why Christian Stewardship in Not Sufficient" by Kathleen Braden
"On Wilderness and people: A View from Mount Marcy" by Wayne Ouderkirk
"People and the Planet" volume 4, number 1
"People and the Planet," volume 4, number 3, has the cover story "Widows Fight Back."
"People and the Planet" volume 3, number 4
"Plato and Pythagoreanism"
A collection of poetry, some of it is hadwritten.
"The Pre-European Landscape of the United States: Pristine or Humanized?" by Thomas R. Vale
Presentation notes and a copy of "A Lake Trout Restoration Plan for Lake Superior" from the Great Lakes Fishery Commission.
"Reader's Report on Neson and Callicott (editors), The Great New Wilderness Debate, volume II"
"The Real Wilderness Idea" b Dave Foreman
"Recycled Rain Forest Myths" by Antonio Carlos Diegues
"Religious Myth and Scientific Theory by J. Baird Callicott
Reports from the Great Lakes Fishery Commission that include: "Research Priorities for the 1990s" and "Review of Progress Under the Stategic Vision."
Three reports from the Great Lakes Fishery Commission are:" Fish-Community Objectives for Lake Michigan," "The State of Lake Huron in 1992," and "A Joint Strategic Plan for Management of Great Lakes Fisheries."
"Research Cluster: Sub-Antartic Biocultural Conservation Program"
"Reserved Areas of Principle Forest Type as a Guide in Developing American Siviculture" by W. W. Ashe
"The Responsibility of the Biologist in the Matter of Preserving Naural Conditions" By F. B. Sumner
"A Review of Some Problems with the Concept of Ecosystem Health" by J. Baird Callicott
Articles, notes, and transparencies used to give a talk at Rice University.
"The Riddle of the Apostle Islands: How Do You Manage a Wilderness Full of Human Stories?" by William Cronon
"Saving All the Pieces: Protecting Biodiversity in the Lake Superior Region: A Report on Phase One of the Lake Superior Biodiviersity Project"
"Science, Recreation, and Leoold's Quest for a Durable Scale" by Julianne Lutz Newton
"Should Endangered Species Have Standing? Toward Legal Rights for Listed Species" by J. Baird Callicott
"The Social Construction of Nature: Relativist Accusations, Pragnatist and Critical Realist Responses" by James D. Proctor
"Final Report Sociological, Economic and Biological Ramification of Establishing the Big Thicket National Preserve" Prepared by Undergraduate Students Supported by National Science Foundation Grant EPP75-09359
"Some Fundamentals of Conservation in the Southwest "
"Something Wild? Deluze and Guattari and the Impossibility of Wilderness" by Jonathan Maskit
"The State of Lake Superior in 1992" and "The State of Lake Huron in 1992" which were both were published by the Great Lakes Fishery Commission.
"Fish-Community Objectives for Lake Huron," "Fish-Community Objectives for Lake Michigan" which are both produced by the Great Lakes Fishery Commission.
"Lake Superior: The State of the Lake in 1989," " Fish Community Objectives for Lake Superior" that were produced by the Great Lakes Fishery Commission.
"Sports Illustrated on Campus"
"State of the Parks: Big Thicket National Preserve"
"A Study in Predatory Relationship with Particular Reference to the Wolf" by Sigurd F. Olson
"Survey of Citizen Knowledge, Understanding, and Concerns about Water and Watershed Issues in the City of Denton and in Denton County" conducted by the University of North Texas Environmental Science Program TEAM Project.
"Forum: Science and Sustainability"
"Science, Practice and Environmental Management" How Does Ecosystem Health Fit?" This was published by the University of Guelph.
"Science, Recreation, and Leopold's quest for a Durable Seale" by Julianne Lutz Newton
"Socioeconomic Aspects of Lake Trout Rehabilitation in the Great Lakes" by Randy L. Eshenroder
"A Study in Predatory Relationship with Particular Reference to the Wolf" by Sigurd F. Olson
"The Sustainable Biosphere Initiatives: An Ecological Research Agenda"
"Taiwan News", August 16, 2000
"Taiwan Formula: Finding a Balance for Chen's Green Silicon Island"
"Taroko National Park"
"Toward a New Consciousness: Values to Sustain Himan and Natural Communities: A Synthesis of Insights and Recommendatons from the 2007 Yale F[orestry] and E[nvironmental] S[tudies] Conference"
"Toward Some Operational Principles of Sustainable Development' by Herman E. Daly
" ' Trouble in Paradise' an Exchange" by David Wetern an John Terborgh
The Turn from Reactive to Responsive Environmentalism: The Wilderness Debate, Relational Metaphors, and the Eco-Phenomenology of Response by Timothy Christion
"The Value of Wilderness to Science" by Stephen H. Spurr
"Why I Don't Want My Children to be Educated for Sustainable Development" by Bob Jickling
"Wilderness as a Sabbath for the Land"
"Wilderness as Witness (Cape Perpetua)" by Kathleen Dean Moore
"Wilderness" by Marilynne Robinson
"Wilderness, Cultivation and Appropriation" by John O'Neill
"Thinking of Biology: Wilderness Preservation and Biodiversity Conservation - Keeping Divergent Goals Distinct"
"Wilderness Preservation Arguments: A Philosophical Analyis" by Michael P. Nelson
Wisconsin Philosophical Association presentation by Dr. Donald A. Cress. This folder also contains a handwritten document.
Course evaluations from Yale University's School of Frestry and Environmental Studies for Spring 2005.
The Zoogeography of North American Freshwater Fishes edited by Charles H. Hocutt
Documents concerning Dr. Callicott's participation in a conference in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Folder with material on the Aldo Leopold Symposium hosted by the Yale School of Forestry and Envirnmental Studies.
Papers concerning "Toward a New Consciousness: Creating a Society in Harmony with Natue" that was held in Aspen, Colorado.
Overhead transparencies used in a conservation philosophy conference.
A folder with brochures and a newsletter for the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies in Milbrook, New York.
"Great Lakes Fishery Commission Biodiversity Workshop for Citizens: Conference Proceedings" and "Breakout Discussion Summary: Putting It All Together: Diversity, Change and Uncertainty"
Text and transparencies used in a presentation at a wildlife conference.
Text and transparencies used in a presentation given by Dr. Callicott at the conference in Costa Rica.
"National Endowment for the Humanities: "Interpreting America's Historic Places Implementation Grant Proposal."
"Human Dimension Region Workshop" folder that contains notes, correspondence, and a publication ("Community Characterization of the Mission-Aransas National Esturarine Research Reserve and Surrounding Areas").
Notebook for the "Liberty and Environmentalism" conference held in Orlando, Florida.
Correspondence and documents that concern Dr. Callicott's participation in the conference in Florida.
"Conference Newsletter," issue 1, October 21, 2000
Program for the conferece that was held on the Tamshui Campus, Tamkang University, Taiwnan.
Papers and a publication ("Facing Climate Change With A Renewed Evnironmental Ethic) for the TODA Institute's conference in Hawaii.
Information on the TODA Institute and the conference "Facing Climate Chage with a Renewed Environmental Ethic." The publications in this folder include a book and program, Peace and Policy: Dialoge for Civilization for Global Citizenship and TODA Institute for Global Peace and Policy Research.
Papers documenting Dr. Callicott's travel to Hawaii to participate in the conference and the paper he presented, "From the Land Ethic to the Earth Ethic: Also Leopold in a Time of Global Climate Change."
Travel documents and papers that deal with Aldo Leopold that concern a conference in Wisconsin.
Papers and a map that document Dr. Callicott's trip to Wisconsin.
Articles used for a conference discourse.
Articles used for conference research.
Articles used as research and for discussion at a conference.
Correspondence and referece material that concerns Dr. Callicott's paper "Should Endangered Species Have Standing?".
A comb bound book, Condor Park, by George Balmer.
A comb bound copy of Contemplative Prose Poetry: Eco-Adventure Novel; Classical Poetry Performances by George Balmer.
"Eyewitness Account of the Liberian Refugees in the Ivory Coast and Guinea" by Frederick B. Norkeh and Bulleh Bablitch
The Patterns of Social Behavior by Zick Rubin
Articles that primarily deal with Native American views on ecology.
A collection of articles dealing with environmental issues.
"Environmental Values and Democracy: The Challenge of the Next Century" by Robert C. Paehlke
A copy of "Value Survey" distributed by Halgren Tests.
A flyer for the class Perspectives on the Environment and a copy of the "The Ninemile Wolves" by Rick Bass.
Brochures about Taiwan.
This folder contains: "Environmental Policy Monthy" volumes III, Issues 13 - 15; "Brief Profile of the Environmental Protection Administration, The Republic of China;" and "1999 Annual Report of National Sustainable Development."
Notebook with handwritten notes concerning the conference in Taiwan.
Book in Chinese about insects.
A catalog and newspaper written in Chinese.
A photographic book on the Yangmingshan National Park.
A book on the Institute describing its history and research projects.
Card to Dr. Ke from Tzu-Mei.
Brochures from the Taiwan Ecological Stewardship Association.
Pamphlets, " Natural Aesthetics," from the Taiwan Ecological Stewardship Association Earth Charter Briefings.
"Ecology and Religion: Environmental Ethics, World Religions, and Ecology," written by Dr. Callicott, was published in the Encyclopedia of Religion, Second Edition.
Documents related to his trip to Mississippi.
A folder with material related to the Liberty and Environmentalism Conference held in Orlando, Florida. Dr. Callicott delivered the paper "Should Endangered Species Have Standing?: Toward Legal Rights for Listed Species."
A brochure that is written in Chinese. It has images of a mountain on the cover.
A program / catalog that is written in Chinese. There is an image of a river valley on the cover.
"Taiwan Christian Ecological Center"
"The Presbyterian Church in Taiwan"
"Save the Yellow Butterfly Valley; No Dam in Meinung"
Brochure that is printed on white paper with an image of a line of men on the cover. The writing is Chinese.
A program / catalog, in Chinese, with the image of a wood relief carving of a flower and a coiled snake.
"Tamkang International Conference on Ecological Discourse"
"Tamkang International Conference on Ecological Discourse"
A dissertation on "The Phenomenon of Taiwanese Buddhist's Environmental Concerns" in the 1990s.
An Ecosystem Approach to the Interity of the Great Lakes in Turbulent Times: Proceedings of a 1988 Workshop Supported by the Great Lakes Fishery Commission and the Science Advisory Board of the International Joint Commision.
Lonely Planet: Taiwan and a business card are in this file.
Frontiers in Biology: The Challenges of Biodiversity, Biotechnology and Sustainable Agriculture edited by Chang-Hung Chou and Kwang-Tsao Shao
Biodiversity and Allelepathy: From Organism to Ecosystems in the Pacific edited by Chang-Hung Chou, George R. Waller and Charlie Reinhardt
Letters providing offers of teaching positions at various institutions.
Correspondence that primarily concerns Dr. Callicott's work (classes, schedules, committees).
Papers concerning the Department of Philosophy Executive Committee and personel.
E-mails concerning Dr. Callicott's work and a legal pad of notes.
Correspondence concerning his work with the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.
Correspondence concerning grants and publishing as well as articles (his biographical entry and "Ecological Modernization; The Current Strategy for Sustainable Development").
Correspondence concerning student recommendations.
Corresondence, copies of articles that primarily deal with fisheries, and Technical Report no 41: Overfishing or Pollution? Case History of a Controversy on the Great Lakes" make up the contents of this file.
Correspondence concerning presentations on the Great Lakes fisheries.
Correspondence and an article that pertain to presentations on fisheries and peoples' interactions with aquatic organisms and fisheries.
An invitation to Dr. Callicott to attend the Yale University Scholof Frestry and Environmental Studies conference "Toward a New Consciousness: Creating a Society in Harmony with Nature" and the conference prospectus. The conference was held in Aspen, Colorado.
Correspondence and copies of chapters of a book are in this folder.
Correspondence concerning a master's program student at Skidmore College.
A letter from the TODA Institute to Dr. Callicott concerning his request for articles.
Maxine Johnson sent Dr. Callicott a collection of 17 slides and a CD-RW titled "BT - Bio-complexity: Early Oil."
E-mail from Randy Eshenroder to Dr. Callicott.
"Aditional Recommenation for the Project Completion Report" for the Biodiversity Task Team that was sent from the Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation Biology, Royal Ontario Museum.
"Direct and Indirect Impacts of Aquacuture on the Fish Resources of the Great Lakes" and "Reommendations" were sent to Dr. Callicott from the Royal ONtario Museum, Totonto, Ontario, Canada.
E-mail from Karen Mumford to Dr. Callicott.
A handmade card with a message thanking Dr. Callicott for a presentation he made.
The bulk of the corrspondence is from the State University of New York Press.
Correspondence concerning his publication of a book with the State University of New York Press.
Correspondence, memos and surveys concerning the International Society for Environmental Ethics.
A memorandum from Jane Bunker to Dr. Callicott.
A letter and paper from Herschel Elliott to Dr. Callicott.
Correspondence with Random House concerning his essay in Matters of Life and Death.
Information on insurance coverage, retirement planning, and a certificate of membership.
A copy of Irene J. Kaver's curriculum vitae is in this file.
A copy of the "TRACDATE Degree Program Evaluation" form for the Masters Progrm in the Depatment of Philosophy and Religion Studies.
"Departmental Bylaws: Department of Philosophy and Religion Studies, University of North Texas, Adopeted March 8, 1978 with Revision Through February 25, 2009"
"Proposal for a new line in PHIL/RS [Philosophy/Religion Studies] for American Indian Environmental Philosophy"
The text for the job posting for a department chair for the Department of Philosophy and Religion Studies.
Evaluation form for "Program (CA) Philosophy PhD" and the forms for the master's degree and the bachelor's are in this file.
A set of images from a power point presentation.
A Xerox copy of the University of North Texas Five Year Strategic Plan
E-mail sent by Dr. Callicott regarding a faculty meeting's agenda.
A Proposal for the Creation of the Center for Watershed and Reservoir Assessment and Management Submitted by Institute of Applied Sciences, Department of Bilogical Sciences, Department of Geography
"Departmental Charter, Department of Philosophy and Religion Studies, University of North Texas, Adopted March 8, 1978 with Revision Trought April 18, 1995"
Correspondence and documents used by the Department Assessment Committee for the College of Arts and Sciences.
Correspondence and papers that document his starting work at the University of Kansas and taking a leave of absence from the University of Wisconsin-Sevens Point.
Papers that document Dr. Callicott's work as a professor in the University of Kansas's Philosophy Department. Included in the papers is the "Administrative Handbook for Faculty, GTAS and Classified Staff.
The documents concern a conference on ecology.
"Standing Procedures, Guilelines for Annual Faculty Evaluation, and Procedures for Tenure and Promotion Cases" and "Promotion and Tenure Committee Department of English, University of North Texas"
"Teaching Assistant , Teaching Fellow Orientation"
"What 'Wilderness' in Frontier Ecosystems?" and "Was Aldo Leopod a Pragmatist?: Rescuing Leopold from the Imaginaion of Bryan Norton"
"The Temporal and Spatial Scales of Global Climate Change and the Limits of Individualistic and Rationalistic Ethics" Also in this folder are travel documents for Edinburgh and "The Royal Institute of Philosophy."
Draft of Dr. Callicotts book.
A paper in which Dr. Callicott was asked five questions.
This folder contains correspondence and the paper "Was Aldo Leopold a Pragmatist? Recsuing Leopold from the Imagination of Bryan Norton" by J. Baird Callicott, William Grove-Fanning, et al.
Copies of papers dealing with wilderness and ecological ethics,.
A draft of the book is in this file.
This book contains the information used to apply for a grant.
A grant proposal by Bruce Morito which held the title "Developing a Values Analysis Protocol for Natural Resource."
This is a publication of the Great Lakes Fishery Commission.
This is from Duke University Marine Labaroatory, Beaufort, North Carolina.
A folder for the editorial board meeting about the encyclopedia.
Corresopondence, Constitutuiona and Bylaws, and a members list are in this folder.
Correspondence and membership lists for the International Society for Environmental Ethics.
Internal Revenue Service forms and booklets covering tax ememptions for organizations.
Plastic comb bound proposal for a grant from the National Science Foundation.
A copy, unbound, of a proposal for a grant from the National Science Foundation.
A proposal for the National Sciece Foundation Biocomplexity in the Environment grant.
A document from the National Science Foundation that explains the "Biocomplexity in the Environment" grant process.
"Biocomplexity, biodiversity, and sustainablility in patchy forested landscapes: the Caparo and Imataca Reserves in Venezuela and the Big Thicket in Texas."
Transparencies for a presentation of the project titled "Biocomplexity: Integrating Models of Natureal and Human Dynamics in Forest Landsapes Across Scales and Cultures."
Correspondence concerning grant application, information booklet, and a proposal for a National Endowment for the Humanities grant.
Correspondendence and documents concerning a grant fromt the National Endowment for the Humanities.
A collection of items that include VHS tapes, CDs, Zip discs, and software packages.
A VHS tape that has two parts: Cheyenne and Lakota.
" J. Baird Callicott: Raw Footage Interview, 4/15/92" is on a VHS Tape.
This is a VHS tape.
"Environmental Ethics: Thursday September 26, 2001, Day 1 of 2, 1:00 - 3:00 PM ET" is a product of the United States Fish and Wildlife Services National Conservation Training Center. This is a VHS tape.
"Environmental Ethics: Thursday September 27, 2001, Day 2 of 2, 1:00 - 3:00 PM ET" is a product of the United States Fish and Wildlife Services National Cnservation Training Center. This is a VHS tape.
"Living with Nature: Pilot Demo-Roughcuts, Intro[duction] and Several Excerpts; 4/24/92" This is a 14 minute VHS tape.
A three disc set that documents a one day public symposium.
This program is on a CD-R and is by Nelson and Callicott.
A CD-R by Nelson and Callicott.
This program is on a DYNEX CD-R.
A rewriteable compact disc by Memorex.
A Zip Disc with documents from December 12, 2002.
Two zip discs with no identifying information.
A 3.5 inch high density disc that is in its original box.
Seven discs for software distributed by DataViz for "Translators Pro."
The box and instruction manual make up this set.
The original box holds two discs three booklets that provide information on the Apple software.
A box that is covered in black velvet from the Hotel Royal Taipei that holds a brochure in Chinese, a small, black, narrow bag, and birthday card for Dr. Callicott.
A box that holds ten five inch discs. Each disc is marked "World - 1" through the number 10.
Eight five-inch discs that hold Dr. Callicott's research on Aldo Leopold. The discs are held in a grey plastic box.
Three inch disc that is dated November 6, 2001.
A yellow three inch disc.
A red 3.5 inch disk that has several titles crossed out ( Abstract; Biographical Note; Toward a Deontological Environmental Ethic).
A 3.5 inch disc.
"Professor J. Baird Callicott Philosophy Program, James Cook University" is on a 3.5 inch disc.
A 3.5 disc with the contents in WordPerfect 5.1.
A 3.5 disc formatted in WordPerfect 5.1.
The paper is on a 3.5 disc.
"Wild, chapter 1, disk 1" This is a 3.5 inch disc.
"Wild, Chapter 1, Disk 2" This is a 3.5 inch disc.
"Wild, Chapter 2" This is a 3.5 inch disc.
"Wild, Chapter 3" This is a 3.5 inch disc.
"Wild, Chapter 4" This is a 3.5 inch disc.
This is a 3.5 inch disc.
The contents on this 3.5 inch disc are not identified.
This is a 3.5 inch disc.
This is a red 3.5 inch disc.
This is an unmarked yellow 3.5 inch disc.
This is a black 3.5 inch disc with a white label on it.
A black 3.5 inch disc with a white label across one side.
A black 3.5 inch disc that is labeled with a torn piece of sticky note paper.
A grey 3.5 inch disc with a rectangular label with writing that is faded red and can no longer be red.
A red 3.5 disc in DOS.
This is a black 3.5 inch disc that has no label.
A red 3.5 inch disc
A black 3.5 in disc with no identification on it.
A black 3.5 disc with a white label on it.
An orange 3.5 inch disc with a yellow sticky note on it.
A red 3.5 inch disc with a test stored on it.
The resume is stored on a red 3.5 inch disc.
This item is a yellow 3.5 inch disc.
This is a red 3.5 inch disc.
The new concepts paper is stored on a black 3.5 inch disc.
"Leopol's Land Ethic: Implications for Hunting" is in Workperfect 5.1 DOS and is stored on a grey 3.5 inch disc.
The document(s) are stored on a black 3.5 inch disc.
This is a black 3.5 inch disc.
The document is on a black 3.5 inch disc.
The course material is held on a grey 3.5 inch disc.
The vitae is on a black 3.5 inch disc.
The document is on a 3.5 inch disc.
This document is on a 3.5 inch disc.
This is a black 3.5 inch disc.
The documents are in word 6.0 for Mac and are on a 3.5 inch disc.
This is a black 3.5 inch disc.
"Empty disk, for use in reference only; Please return to the reference desk." This is a Zip disc.
"Documents 26/12/01" is on a Zip disc.
This is a Zip disc.
Five inch discs that contain software" DOS, Word Spell Disk, Word 3.00, Word Spell, and Microsoft Word.
Five inch discs that contain class material for Dr. Callicott.
A red plastic box holds software 5 inch discs for SmartWare, version 3.1.
A cream colored plastic box hold five inch discs that are marked "Search."
A box of five inch discs that cover the topic of Brazil.
A collection of five inch discs that have Callicott's name marking some of them and one that contains Dr. Callicott's vitae. Other discs have no identifying information on them.
A collection of five inch discs that appear to hold information on Dr. Callicott's classes.
A collection of five inch discs that include a software program, information on Aldo Leopold, and several that are labeled "EWC."
A box of five inch discs that cover Dr. Callicott's research, class information, and software program.
This is a VHS tape of a Public Broadcasting Service show.
The VHS tape is identified as a "Discussion Tape."
This is a film by Lawrence Hott and Diane Garey. It is on a VHS tape.
This VSH tape appears to have programs taped off a television.
This item is a cassett tape. "Phil[osophy] 380 Callicot" is written in pencil on the label.
These are images of philosophers, many of them images of statues.
These are images of landscapes.
Artistic interpretations of nature.