About this collection

Interdisciplinary in scope and centered on the environmental humanities, this unique, burgeoning selection of articles from academic journals highlights current areas of debate on links between environment and society. It features journals such as Environmental Values, Environment and History, Global Environment, Environmental Humanities, and Climate of the Past.

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Wolfe, Cary and Maria Whiteman, "Landscape and Inscription." 05/2016
Hamilton, Clive, "The Theodicy of the “Good Anthropocene” 01/2016
Szerszynski, Bronislaw, "Getting Hitched and Unhitched with the Ecomodernists" 01/2016
Crist, Eileen, "The Reaches of Freedom: A Response to An Ecomodernist Manifesto" 01/2016
Reinert, Hugo, "Sacrifice" 01/2016
Pooley, Simon, "Endangered" 01/2016
Lidström et al., "Invasive Narratives and the Inverse of Slow Violence: Alien Species in Science and Society" 01/2016
MacLellan, Matthew, "The Tragedy of Limitless Growth: Re-Interpreting the Tragedy of the Commons for a Century of Climate Change" 01/2016
Taylor, Affrica, Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw, Sandrina de Finney, and Mindy Blaise, "Inheriting the Ecological Legacies of Settler Colonialism" 01/2016
Instone, Lesley, and Affrica Taylor, "Thinking About Inheritance Through the Figure of the Anthropocene, from the Antipodes and in the Presence of Others" 01/2016
Pacini-Ketchabaw, Veronica, and Fikile Nxumalo, "Unruly Raccoons and Troubled Educators: Nature/Culture Divides in a Childcare Centre" 01/2016
Zahara, Alexander R. D., and Myra J. Hird, "Raven, Dog, Human: Inhuman Colonialism and Unsettling Cosmologies" 01/2016
Hamilton, Jennifer, "Bad Flowers: The Implications of a Phytocentric Deconstruction of the Western Philosophical Tradition for the Environmental Humanities" 01/2016
Helmreich, Stefan, "Hokusai's Great Wave Enters the Anthropocene" 01/2016
Latour, Bruno, "Fifty Shades of Green" 01/2016