Oregon Historical Quarterly
Bioregionalism, Place (Philosophy) -- History, Historiography
Introduces a forum on bioregionalism and historiography, a concept that goes beyond the sense of place to include region in a natural rather than a political sense. Examples include watersheds, landscapes, and expectations from nature. The concept, which surfaced in the 1970's, is a dynamic one that links physical nature and how humans understand it.
Lang, W. L. (2002). Bioregionalism and the history of place. Oregon Historical Quarterly, 103(4), 414-419.