Editorial Mission

We will regularly feature contributions from across the humanities, in other words contributions from scholars of ancient and modern languages, literature, history, philosophy, religion, and the visual and performing arts, as well as from social science disciplines with Humanities components, such as educational philosophy, urban and regional planning, sociology, anthropology, and law.

We are interested in how to generate narratives of sustainability across humanities disciplines; in narratives produced through or around objects, geographic spaces, information cultures, political agendas, and social movements central to environmental practices and ideas; in how narratives about environmental practices and ideas circulate globally and locally, and in how investigating them can reveal points of shared commitment or impasses. Finally, we are open to all scholarly efforts to imagine ways forward for both environmentalism and the humanities as systems of value and action.