First volume of Environmental Humanities now available

The new, open-access journal Environmental Humanities has just released its first volume. The Table of Contents is below; pdfs are available here.

Volume 1



Deborah Rose, Thom van Dooren, Matthew Chrulew, Stuart Cooke, Matthew Kearnes and Emily O’Gorman (Editorial Team):
Thinking Through the Environment, Unsettling the Humanities




Timothy Morton: The Oedipal Logic of Ecological Awareness


Eben Kirksey: Living With Parasites in Palo Verde National Park

Tom Lee: Burrows and Burrs: A Perceptual History

Libby Robin: Global Ideas in Local Places: The Humanities in Environmental Management
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Laurel Peacock: SAD in the Anthropocene: Brenda Hillman’s Ecopoetics of Affect

Natalie Porter: Risky Zoographies: The Limits of Place in Avian Flu Management


Alex Lockwood: The Affective Legacy of Silent Spring

Anna Tsing: Unruly Edges: Mushrooms as Companion Species