Volume 28: 2022
Volume 28, Number 3: December 2022
In this issue of IJW, we remember Dave Foreman as a father tree for wilderness. Carol Lee and Tanya Dreizin investigate peer-driven social pressures for behavior in rock climbers. Keely Fisher examines virtual reality and the impact of wilderness conceptualizations. Gracie Dunlap describes living alongside the Yawanawá. And John Shultis uses creative expression and the arts to demonstrate the impact of wild places.
Volume 28, Number 2: August 2022
In this issue, Rebecca Rasch finds wildland advocates in unexpected places. Elena Thomas, Williams Rice, Jenn Thomsen, Jaclyn Rushing and Chris Armatas investigate constraints to wilderness recreation. Tina Tin documents wilderness area visitation during the COVID pandemic. And Marcus Hall, Wilko Graf von Hardenberg, Tina Tin, and Robert Dvorak reintroduce the Wilderness Babel project.
Volume 28, Number 1: April 2022
In this issue of IJW, Roger Kaye examines what nature looks like in the Anthropocene. Janet McMahon describes biodiversity as the language of wilderness. Peter Pettengill, Roisin Creedon-Carey, and Sage Lalor discuss wilderness solitude in an era of isolation. And Elizabeth Perry explores the development of nature-based tourism in Oman.