In America the majority raises formidable barriers around the liberty of opinion;
within these barriers an author may write what he pleases,
but woe to him if he goes beyond them.
– Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America, 1844.
Lynn, William S. 1998. “Animals, Ethics and Geography”. In Animal Geographies: Place, Politics and Identity in the Nature-Culture Borderlands, edited by Jennifer Wolch and Jody Emel, 280-298. London: Verso. PDF
Lynn, William S. 1998. “Contested Moralities: Animals and Moral Value in the Dear/Symanski Debate”. Ethics, Place and Environment 1, no. 2: 223-242. PDF
Lynn, William S. 2000. “Situating Ethics”. In Geoethics: Ethics, Geography and Moral Understanding, 1-17. Minneapolis: Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Geography, University of Minnesota. PDF
Lynn, William S. 2002. “Canis Lupus Cosmopolis: Wolves in a Cosmopolitan Worldview”. Worldviews 6, no. 3: 300-327. PDF
Lynn, William S, and Laura Pulido, eds. 2003. “Act of Ethics: A Special Section on Ethics and Global Activism.” Ethics, Place and Environment 6 (1): 43–78. PDF
Lynn, William S. 2004. “Animals”. In Patterned Ground: Entanglements of Nature and Culture, edited by Stephan Harrison, Steve Pile and Nigel Thrift, 258-260. London: Reaktion. PDF
Sheppard, Eric and William S. Lynn. 2004. “Cities: Imagining Cosmopolis”. In Patterned Ground: Entanglements of Nature and Culture, edited by Stephan Harrison, Steve Pile and Nigel Thrift, 52-55. London: Reaktion. PDF
Lynn, William S. 2004. “The Quality of Ethics: Moral Causation in the Interdisciplinary Science of Geography”. In Geographies and Moralities: International Perspectives on Justice, Development and Place, edited by Roger Lee and David M. Smith, 231-244. London: Routledge. PDF
Lynn, William S. 2004. “Situating the Earth Charter: An Introduction”. Worldviews 8, no. 1: 1-15. PDF
Lynn, William S. 2005. “Finding Common Ground in a Landscape of Deer and People”. Chicago Wilderness Magazine 8 Winter: 12-15. PDF
Lynn, William S. 2006. “Between Science and Ethics: What Science and the Scientific Method Can and Cannot Contribute to Conservation and Sustainability”. In Gaining Ground: In Pursuit of Ecological Sustainability, edited by David Lavigne, 191-205. Limerick, IRL: University of Limerick. PDF
Hadidian, John, Camilla Fox, and William S Lynn. 2006. “The Ethics of Wildlife Control in Humanized Landscapes”. In Proceedings of the Twenty-Second Vertebrate Pest Conference, edited by R.M. Timm and J.M. O’Brien, 500-504. Davis, CA: University of California, Davis. PDF
Lynn, William S. 2007. “Human-Animal Studies”. In Encyclopedia of Human-Animal Relationships, edited by Marc Bekoff, 672-674. Westport: Greenwood Press. PDF
Lynn, William S. 2007. “Practical Ethics and Human-Animal Relations”. In Encyclopedia of Human-Animal Relationships, edited by Mark Bekoff, 790-797. Westport: Greenwood Press. PDF
Lynn, William S. 2007. “Wolf Recovery”. In Encyclopedia of Human-Animal Relationships, edited by Marc Bekoff, 812-819. Westport: Greenwood Press. PDF
Hadidian, John, Camilla Fox, and William S Lynn. 2010. “Urban Wildlife.” In Encyclopedia of Animal Rights and Welfare, edited by Marc Bekoff, 565–68. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC CLIO.
Lynn, William S. 2010. “Geography and Ethics”. In Encyclopedia of Geography, edited by Barney Worf, 1013-1016. Newbury Park, CA: Sage. PDF
Lynn, William S. 2010. “Discourse and Wolves: Science, Society and Ethics”. Society & Animals 18, no. 1: 75-92. PDF
Lavigne, D., and William S Lynn. 2011. “Canada’s Commercial Seal Hunt: It’s More Than a Question of Humane Killing”. Journal of Animal Ethics 1, no. 1: 1-5. PDF
Lynn, William S. 2012. Barred Owls in the Pacific Northwest: An Ethics Brief. Worcester, Massachusetts: George P. Marsh Institute, Clark University, 62 pp. PDF
Lynn, William S and John Hadidian. 2013. Ethics contributions to the Humane Society of the United States’ “Comments on the 20 June, 2013 (78 Fed. Reg. 35664): “Removing the Gray Wolf (Canis lupus) From the List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Maintaining Protections for the Mexican Wolf (Canis lupus baileyi) by Listing it as Endangered” (Proposal). PDF
Lynn, William S., John Hadidian, Kate Littin, Marcus Olsen and Jennifer Wolch. 2014. “Urban Wildlife”. Public Policy Archive. Ann Arbor, MI: Animals and Society Institute, <http://www.animalsandsociety.org/public-policy/public-policy-libraries/urban-wildlife/” target=”_blank”>http://www.animalsandsociety.org/public-policy/public-policy-libraries/urban-wildlife/. PDF
Lynn, William S. 2015. “Being Animal” Society and Animals 23: 421-424. PDF
Lynn, William W. 2015. “Setting Aside Half the Earth for Rewilding: The Ethical Dimension.” The Conversation, 26 August, https://theconversation.com/setting-aside-half-the-earth-for-rewilding-the-ethical-dimension-46121.
Lynn, William S. 2015. “Australia’s War on Cats: Shaky Science, Missing Ethics.” The Conversation, 07 October, https://theconversation.com/australias-war-on-feral-cats-shaky-science-missing-ethics-47444.
Lynn, William S. 2015. “Rewilding: The Ethical Imperative” Geographical, http://geographical.co.uk/opinion/item/1390-the-ethical-imperative.
Treves, Adrian, John Vucetich, Jeremy T Bruskotter, Bradley Bergstrom, William S Lynn, Michael Paul Nelson, Robert Crabtree, and Paul C. Paquet. 2015. “Open Letter on Wolf Conservation in the Great Lakes Region and the United States” 30 Nov. PDF.
Lynn, William S. 2015. “The Ethics of Climate Change: What We Owe People – and the Rest of the Planet.” The Conversation, 08 December, https://theconversation.com/the-ethics-of-climate-change-what-we-owe-people-and-the-rest-of-the-planet-51785.
Lynn, William S. 2016. “Cat Wars: The Moral Shame of Conservation.” Huffington Post, 10 October, https://goo.gl/JY7MCg.
Lynn, William S. 2016. “Shimsi: Memories and Meaning of a Feral Cat.” Huffington Post, 18 October, https://goo.gl/dSWa5k.
Way, Jonathan, and William S. Lynn. 2016. “Northeastern coyote/coywolf taxonomy and admixture: A meta-analysis.” Canid Biology & Conservation 19 (1): 1–7. PDF
Lynn, William S. 2017. “Trump’s Emerging Fascism Threatens the Nation.” The Huffington Post, 20 January, https://goo.gl/eZYyCw.
Lynn, William S. 2017. “Ethics.” In Humans and Animals: A Geography of Coexistence, edited by Julie Urbanik, and Connie Johnston, 130-132. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio. PDF
Lynn, William S, and Eric Strauss. 2017. “Ecology: Science and Ethics.” In Defining the Urban: Interdisciplinary and Professional Perspectives, edited by Deljana Iossifova, Christopher Doll, and Alexandros Gasparatos, 73-83. New York, NY: Routledge.
Santiago-Avila, Francisco J., William S. Lynn, and Adrian Treves. 2017. “Ethical Reasoning in Carnivore Management.” In Large Carnivore Conservation and Management: Human Dimensions and Governance, forthcoming. New York: Routledge.
Treves, Adrian, Kyle A. Artelle, Chris T. Darimont, William S. Lynn, Paul Paquet, Francisco J. Santiago-Avila, Rance Shaw, and Mary C. Wood. 2017. “Intergenerational Equity and the Future of Biodiversity and the Atmosphere.” Nature Ecology & Evolution, forthcoming.
Treves, Adrian, William S. Lynn, and Francisco J. Santiago-Avila. 2017. “Back to the Basics of Nature Protection in Human Dimensions.” In Large Carnivore Conservation and Management: Human Dimensions and Governance, edited by Tasos Hovardos, forthcoming. New York: Routledge.
Lynn, William S. 2018. “Bringing Ethics to Wild Lives: Public Policy and the Case of the Barred and Northern Spotted Owl.” In Society & Animals: Special Issue on Wildlife edited by Monica Ogra and Julie Urbanik, forthcoming.