Joe Bowersox, Greening the Divine: Religion, the Environment, and Politics in 21st Century North America. For Religion, Politics, and the American Experience: New Perspectives, New Directions. D. Gutterman, A. Murphy editors. Forthcoming, Lexicon Press.
Joe Bowersox. 2004. Fire on the Hill: Using Ecological Disturbance Theory to Understand the Ambiguous Prospects of the Northwest Forest Plan. Pp. 237-255 in Karen Arabas and Joe Bowersox (co-editors and contributors) Forest Futures: Science, Politics and Policy for the Next Century. Rowman and Littlefield.
Joe Bowersox. 2002.“Legitimacy Crises: Why Environmental Ethics and Environmental Political Thought Must Work Together,” for Bob Pepperman Taylor, Ben Minteer, (editors and contributors), Democracy and the Claims of Nature: Critical Perspectives for a New Century. Rowman and Littlefield.
Joe Bowersox. 2000. "From Water Development to Water Management: Federal Agency Opportunism in an Era of Policy Devolution." American Behavioral Scientist. 44/4 (December, 2000) 599-613.
John Martin Gillroy and Joe Bowersox (editors and contributors). 2002. The Moral Austerity of Environmental Decision Making. Duke University Press.
Karen Arabas and Joe Bowersox (co-editors and contributors). 2004. Forest Futures: Science, Politics and Policy for the Next Century. Rowman and Littlefield.