A professor of social science at Southwest Minnesota State University, Anthony Amato focuses his scholarship and publications on places and cases where economy, environment and culture converge, from the Northern Plains of the United States to the Carpathian Mountains in Eastern Europe. He brings an interdisciplinary outlook to his topics, ranging from river management to beekeeping to household budgets. Amato is the editor of Conservation on the Northern Plains and co-editor of Draining the Great Oasis.
Film, Non-FictionGood Scripts, Bad Scripts: Learning the Craft of Screenwriting through 25 of the Best and Worst Films in History
Non-FictionInforming the News: The Need for Knowledge-Based Journalism
Non-FictionDancing with the Gods: Reflections on Life and Art
Non-Fiction, South Dakota AuthorsSeasons of the Coyote: A Year on Prairie Bluff