New publication

Rod Giblett – new books

Announcing four new own-name books by Rod Giblett, Honorary Associate Professor of Environmental Humanities in the School of Communication and Creative Arts at Deakin University: Psychoanalytic Ecology: The Talking Cure for Environmental Illness and Health Psychoanalytic Ecology applies Freudian concepts, beginning with the uncanny, to environmental issues,...

Transformations announces the release of Issue 32

Transformations announces the release of Issue 32 What Can Moving Images Do? An Ecological Thinking of the Moving Image http://www.transformationsjournal.org/2018-issue-no-32-what-can-moving-images-do/ Issue 32 called for provocations into the human-nature relation through the questioning power of the moving image. In particular, the editors looked for contributions that focused on the...

New Book: The Allure of Fungi

Although relatively little known, fungi provide the links and flows between the terrestrial organisms and ecosystems that underpin our functioning planet. The Allure of Fungi presents fungi through multiple perspectives – those of mycologists and ecologists, foragers and forayers, naturalists and farmers, aesthetes and artists, philosophers...

New Book: Cultural Policies for Sustainable Development

Cultural Policies for Sustainable Development Edited by Anita Kangas, Nancy Duxbury, Christiaan De Beukelaer 2018 – Routledge The concept of sustainable development is commonly divided into environmental, economic, social and cultural dimensions. While a variety of international actors have declared the importance of culture in sustainable development,...

Forest Family – New book in environmental humanities

Forest Family Australian Culture, Art, and Trees Editors: John Charles Ryan and Rod Giblett Forest Family highlights the importance of the old-growth forests of Southwest Australia to art, culture, history, politics, and community identity. The volume weaves together the natural and cultural histories of Southwest eucalypt forests, spanning...

New book in environmental humanities and theologies

Environmental Humanities and Theologies: Ecoculture, Literature and the Bible By Rod Giblett Many ways of thinking about and living with ‘the environment’ have their roots in the Bible and the Christian cultural tradition. Environmental Humanities and Theologies shows that some of these ways are problematic. It also provides...

Philosophy, Activism, Nature (PAN) Issue 13 – out now!

PAN13 Country and Mythopoeia Available now: Philosophy Activism Nature issue13, featuring a groundbreaking discussion around the Aboriginal Australian concept of Country and the cross-cultural potential of comparative mythopoeia. PAN 13, titled Country and Mythopoeia, includes a core section on the work of Craig San Roque, who responds to the...

New Book: Environment for the Humanities

This new book from Routledge Earthscan's Environmental Humanities Series, Humanities for the Environment: Integrating Knowledge, Forging New Constellations of Practice (Eds Joni Adamson and Michael Davis) has now been published. Further information available here. Humanities for the Environment showcases how humanists and others across disciplines are...

New Book: Transdisciplinary Journeys in the Anthropocene

Transdisciplinary Journeys in the Anthropocene: More than human encounters is a new book published by the Routledge Environmental Humanities Series. "Storied places and companions infuse this deeply moving book of earthly encounters. This is not travel writing in any conventional sense, but home writing attuned to...