Latest update: April 19, 2018

Alphabetical (by author) overview of

HLA sources of interest


Bateson, M. C. (2018). How to be a systems thinker. (Edge interview with Mary Catherine Bateson).

Boseley, S. (2018). How do you build a healthy city? Copenhagen reveals its secrets. The Guardian, Sun 11 Feb 2018.

Brennan, M. (2017). Struggles for teacher education in the age of the anthropocene. Journal of Education (University of KwaZulu-Natal), 69, 43-65.

Christian, D. (1991). The case for ‘Big History. Journal of World History, 2(2), 223-238.

Christian, D. (2011). The history of our world in 18 minutes. Talk delivered at TED2011, March 2011.

Christian, D. (2011). Maps of time: An introduction to Big History (2nd edition). Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.

Corcoran, P.Z., Weakland, J. P., & Wals, A. E. J. (2017). Envisioning futures for environmental and sustainability education. Wageningen, NL: Wageningen Academic Publishers.

Ellis, E. C. (2018). Anthropocene: A very short introduction. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press (Available as of March 22, 2018).

Montuori, A. (2013). Edgar Morin and complex thought: An overview of Edgar Morin's intellectual journey. Paper presented at th 2013 Integral Theory Conference, July 8-21, 2013, San Francisco.

Montuori, A. & Purser, R. (1996). Ecological futures: Systems theory, postmodernism, and participative learning in an age of uncertainty. In D. Boje, D. Gephart, & T. Joseph (Eds). Postmodernism and organization theory, pp 181-201. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Morin, E. (1999). Seven complex lessons in education for the future. Paris, FR: UNESCO.

Morin, E. (2011). Seven complex lessons in education. YouTube.

Morin, E. (2012). Complex thinking for a complex world. YouTube.

Morton, T. (2007). Ecology without nature: Rethinking environmental aesthetics. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Morton, T. (2013). Hyperobjects: Philosophy and ecology after the end of the world. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Morton, T. (2016). Dark ecology: For a logic of future coexistence. New York: Columbia University Press.

Morton, T. (2017). Humankind: Solidarity with nonhuman people. London & New York: Verso.

Roussel, D. (2016). Dwelling in the Anthropocene: Reimagining university learning environments in response to social and ecological change. Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 32(2), 137-153.

Roussel, D. (2017). States + Territories. (Web site).

Shotter, J. (2016). Vygotsky, Goethe, Bakhtin, Wittgenstein and Merleau-Ponty: 'Getting it' and the nature of dialogical inquiry. Lecture, University of Aalborg.

Visser, J. (2015). Two things commanding attention. Brief paper contributed to the Colloquium on Building the Scientific Mind, São Raimundo Nonato & Sierra da Capivara, Piauí, Brazil, 17-21 August, 2015.

Visser, J. (2016). Human Learning and the Development of Mind in the Anthropocene: Reflections against the Backdrop of Big History. Paper presented on July 15, 2016 at the third biennial conference of the International Big History Association, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, July 14 - 17, 2016.