Joseph Scalia III

Joseph Scalia III, Psya.D. is a psychoanalyst, environmental and social critic, living in the northern reaches of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. His environmental writings and interviews have appeared in numerous journals and podcasts in recent years. He is the author of Intimate Violence: Attacks Upon Psychic Interiority and numerous psychoanalytic journal articles. Scalia is in private practice in Livingston, Montana, and is President of Gallatin Yellowstone Wilderness Alliance, as well as a past President and current critic of Wild Montana (né Montana Wilderness Association).

Can the Wolf Unite Us? Environmental Leadership in Polarized Times

For the Wolf

Wolf-Talk

Terra & Demos: A Unified Ethics for Conservation and the Human Quest

Yellowstone, Environmental Collapse, and Compromised Thinking

Return to Leopold: Dare We Speak Up for Yellowstone?

Yellowstone Imperiled by Compromise

Conserving Politics or Conserving Nature?

An Ethical Imperative: the Visionary “Impossible” in the Northern Rockies