Steve is a librarian, a scholar and a cyclist. Author of several BRHG publications as listed below. He is the editor of, and a contributor to, Ecological Solidarity and the Kurdish Freedom Movement: Thought, Practices, Challenges, and Opportunities (Lexington Books, Rowman & Littlefield, 2021). Earlier book publications are The Revolutionary Urbanism of Street Farm: Eco-Anarchism, Architecture and Alternative Technology in the 1970s (Tangent, 2014) and Birds Marsh, Chippenham: An Unfinished Story (Hobnob Press, 2010) as well as contributions to journals and other media. Main research topics relate to green history, political ecology and other ecological humanities, literary history, Romanticism and neo-Romanticism, and the history of the counterculture. He is a member of the Committee of the Angela Carter Society. Also a Swindon Town and Forest Green Rovers Supporter.

See more detailed list of publications at Stephen E. Hunt’s Academia.edu webpage.

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