We've chosen Joseph Sittler to represent ecotheology partly because of his midwestern roots as a Lutheran theologian, but also because he is considered to be the early pioneer of 'ecotheology' . See the 2014 dissertation by Pihkala, "Joseph Sittler and Early Ecotheology" (see Abstract)
Bibliographic overview of Sittler's life and work:
Our JSTOR database provides several hundred downloadable articles and ebook chapters on both Ecotheology and Sittler: When you open the JSTOR search page, select Advanced Search and then indicate Books and articles
If you are looking for books about ecotheology, try searching our online catalog** by that subject; see additional search-tips on our LibGuide for 'Religion and Ecology':
Also, be sure to look for books and articles by these scholars related to ecotheology or ecology or environmental ethics:
Online catalog to the Luther Seminary Library collection and resources held across the country.
Religious and theological database of citations and full-text articles and essays.