Content Index

Julie E. Hughes reviews the book The Last White Hunter: Reminiscences of a Colonial Shikari by Donald Anderson, with Joshua Mathew.

Bas Verschuuren reviews the book Indigenous Sacred Natural Sites and Spiritual Governance: The Legal Case for Juristic Personhood by John Studley.

This paper uses a comparative case study approach to explore the individual and societal desire to maintain current lion populations alongside communities in Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park, Tanzania’s Ruaha National Park, and Kenya’s southern Maasailand.

Triangulating narratives from a prospective mining site in northern Norway, Hugo Reinert works to identify (and render graspable) a particular effect of retroactive shock—tracing its resonance through experiences of chemical exposure, colonial racism, cultural erasure, and destruction of the built environment.

This article explores the impact of extensive pesticide use in Nicaragua after World War Two.

This article investigates the pollution of the Ergene River as an outcome of the hegemonic cosmology in Turkey.

This collection of studies provides valuable historical contexts for making sense of contemporary environmental challenges facing Latin America.

An account of the 1795 mass drowning on Lough Derg in Ireland’s County Donegal.

This article explores the social and ecological legacies of the peat industry in Russia and the different meanings that people attach to peatlands after the end of peat extraction.

Object Oriented Environs takes its cue from the philosophical movement Object-Oriented Ontology in the hope of provoking a conversation about how early modernists, or humanists in general, parse the question of matter, of things. This collection emerged from a session of the Shakespeare Association of America meeting in 2014.