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Book Launch: Deborah Bird Rose, Shimmer (Sydney)

Book Launch (Sydney): Deborah Bird Rose, Shimmer: Flying Fox Exuberance in Worlds of Peril Wednesday, 7 December 20225:45 pm – 6:45 pm AEDTThe University of SydneyRD Watt Building, Science Rd, Camperdown, NSW 2006 -- ‘Living with flying-foxes, I came to understand, takes us straight to the heart of...

The Emerging Role of Geomedia in the Environmental Humanities

The Emerging Role of Geomedia in the Environmental Humanities, edited by Mark Terry and Michael Hewson, provides the latest scholarship on the various methods and approaches being used by environmental humanists to incorporate geomedia into their research and analyses. Chapters in the book examine such...

#Arts for Survival

Posted by Libby Robin. In 2018, I became a creative worker rather than an academic. I left my university position to take my scholarly skills to a wider audience. My interests broadly focus on the ‘environmental humanities’, an emerging response across many disciplines and the cultural...

New Book: Jahnne Pasco-White: Kin

Jahnne Pasco-White: Kin documents the artist’s pre- and post-pregnancy paintings and drawings, alongside a dozen essayists who interrogate the limits and possibilities of kinship. Edited by N.A.J. Taylor, the book includes original chapters by: Jessica Bridgfoot, Helen Johnson, Maya Hey, Redi Koobak, Umut Ozguc, Amelia Wallin,...

New Handbook of Ecocultural Identity

The Handbook of Ecocultural Identity has just published. It's a timely book, as across the globe more and more of us awake to our always interconnected selves and strive to imagine and create mutually flourishing futures. The Handbook is an essential transdisciplinary resource for the...

CFP: Mapping the Environmental Humanities

Call for Chapters Mapping the Environmental Humanities: The Emerging Role of Geographic Information Systems in Ecocriticism Edited by Mark Terry and Michael Hewson Proposals due: 15th July 2020 Issues related to the global environment, planetary health, and the related survival of all species, including humans, represent fields of study...

Plumwood Mountain Issue on Plant Poetics

The March 2020 issue of Plumwood Mountain journal is now live. John Charles Ryan has edited an issue on ‘plant poetics’ with poems from Australian and international poets, essays and book reviews: https://plumwoodmountain.com/plumwood-mountain-volume-7-number-1/ --...

Launch of new journal ‘Sweaty City’

From the Sweaty City website: SWEATY CITY is a youth journal about climate change and urban ecologies for hot and sweaty Sydney-dwellers. The journal aims to chart the stories of Sydney's residents—human and otherwise—affected by climate change and rapidly expanding urban sprawl, covering the invasion of ibises...

NEW PUBILCATION: Enchantment by Patrick Curry

Enchantment: Wonder in Modern Life explores the role of enchantment in love, art, religion, and learning. Explores the profound human experience of enchantment, and discusses how it plays out in a wide range of contexts Patrick Curry is a respected author and has been a...