Book-Length Studies, Collections, and Print Essays
Angyal, Andrew. Wendell Berry. New York: Twayne, 1995.
Baker, Jack R. and Jeffrey Bilbro. Wendell Berry and Higher Education: Cultivating Virtues of Place. Lexington, KY: U P of Kentucky, 2017.
Bilbro, Jeffrey. Virtues of Renewal: Wendell Berry's Sustainable Forms. Lexington, KY: U P of Kentucky, 2020.
Bilbro, Jeffrey. "The Way of Love: Berry's Vision of Work in the Kingdom of God," in Loving God's Wildness: The Christian Roots of Ecological Ethics in American Literature. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 2015. 138-178.
Bonzo, J. Matthew and Michael R. Stevens. Wendell Berry and the Cultivation of Life: A Reader's Guide. Grand Rapids: Brazos, 2008.
Collier, Winn. "Holy Ground: Considering a Sacramental Ecclesiology in Berry's Port William," in Rooted and Grounded: Essays on Land and Christian Discipleship. Edited by Ryan D. Harker and Janeen Bertsche Johnson. Eugene, Oregon: Pickwick Publications, 2016. 155-163.
Goodrich, Janet. The Unforeseen Self in the Works of Wendell Berry. Columbia: U of Missouri P, 2001.
Klinedinst, Richard J. "Cultivating Right Desire: Wendell Berry's Economic Vision," in Rooted and Grounded: Essays on Land and Christian Discipleship. Edited by Ryan D. Harker and Janeen Bertsche Johnson. Eugene, Oregon: Pickwick Publications, 2016. 164-176.
Merchant, Paul, ed. Wendell Berry (American Authors Series). Lewiston, Idaho: Confluence, 1991.
Mitchell, Mark and Nathan Schlueter. The Humane Vision of Wendell Berry. Wilmington, DE: ISI Books, 2011.
Oehlschlaeger, Fritz. The Achievement of Wendell Berry: The Hard History of Love. Lexington: U P of Kentucky, 2011.
Peters, Jason, ed. Wendell Berry: Life and Work. Lexington: U P of Kentucky, 2007.
Shuman, Joel James and L. Roger Owens, eds. Wendell Berry and Religion: Heaven's Earthly Life. Lexington: U P of Kentucky, 2009.
Smith, Kimberly K. Wendell Berry and the Agrarian Tradition: A Common Grace. Lawrence: U P of Kansas, 2003.
Sutterfield, Ragan. Wendell Berry and the Given Life. Cincinnati, OH: Franciscan Media, 2017.
Weibe, Joseph R. The Place of Imagination: Wendell Berry and the Poetics of Community, Affection, and Identity. Waco, TX: Baylor U P, 2017.
“Economics and Education for Human Flourishing: Wendell Berry and the Oikonomic Alternative to Neoliberalism,” by Joseph A. Henderson and David W. Hursch published in Educational Studies Vol. 50 (2014), 167-186.
"Toward an Equitable Agrarian Commonwealth: Race and the Agrarian Tradition in the Works of Wendell Berry, Allen Tate, and Jean Toomer" by Eric D. Earnhardt, June 2011 (Master's Thesis for the College of Arts and Sciences of Ohio University)
“Wendell Berry, el hombre de la Laudato Si: una experiencia de vida que nos abre los ojos y el corazón a la Vida.” by Ildefonso Fernández-Fígares Vicioso (Ciudad de Dios y de los Hombres, 28 January 2021)
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