Author:††††† Eric Brende

 

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Eric and his wife Mary homesteaded in rural Kentucky in the 1990s and during that time, he wrote a regular column entitled ďAn Apprentice Farmerís Journal,Ē later changed to: ďA Homesteaderís JournalĒ about his experience as a Catholic homesteader living in an Amish community.

 

 

Articles in Caelum Et Terra by Eric Brende :

 

 

Summer 1992

Volume 2 no 3

Are the Amish Marginal?A Common Objection to Technological Moderation Addressed

 

Fall 1992

Volume 2 no 4

An Apprentice Farmerís Journal: Amification Now

 

Winter 1993

Volume 3 no 1

An Apprentice Farmerís Journal: Natural Climate Control and Its Enemies: An Amish Window Onto the Origins of the Modern Police State

 

Spring 1993

Volume 3 no 2

An Apprentice Farmerís Journal: After the Fall: Tales of our First Harvest

 

Summer 1993

Volume 3 no 3

An Apprentice Farmerís Journal: Amish Infrastructure or Doing Community the Natural Way

 

Fall 1993

Volume 3 no 4

An Apprentice Farmerís Journal: Amishland: Where Feminism was Never Necessary

 

Winter 1994

Volume 4 no 1

An Apprentice Farmerís Journal: First-Steps in Village Making

 

Spring 1994

Volume 4 no 2

An Apprentice Farmerís Journal: The Underside of a Junior Farmerís Life

 

Summer 1994

Volume 4 no 3

An Apprentice Farmerís Journal: Salvaging the Barbarians: The Paradox of Amish Seclusion

 

Winter 1995

Volume 5 no 1

A Homesteaderís Journal: The Amish Paradox: Religion vs. Dereliction

 

Spring 1995

Volume 5 no 2

A Homesteaderís Journal: An Unexpected Turn on the Amish Road

 

Summer 1995

Volume 5 no 3

A Homesteaderís Journal: Falling Below the Social Hemline

 

Fall 1995

Volume 5 no 4

A Homesteaderís Journal: Of Kerosene and Fireflies

 

Winter/Spring 1996

Volume 6 no 1

A Homesteaderís Journal: Woman, Hearth, and Bed

 

Summer 1996

Volume 6 no 2

A Homesteaderís Journal: From Car to Bicycle to Horse

 

Fall 1996

Volume 6 no 3

A Homesteaderís Journal: An Amish Sermon

 

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