The Environmental Humanities Series features research that adopts and adapts the methods of the humanities to clarify the cultural meanings associated with environmental debate. The scope of the series is broad. Film, literature, television, Web-based media, visual art, and physical landscape—all are crucial sites for exploring how ecological relationships and identities are lived and imagined. The Environmental Humanities Series publishes scholarly monographs and essay collections in environmental cultural studies, including popular culture, film, media, and visual cultures; environmental literary criticism; cultural geography; environmental philosophy, ethics, and religious studies; and other cross-disciplinary research that probes what it means to be human, animal, and technological in an ecological world.
New or forthcoming titles include:
- Open Wide a Wilderness: Canadian Nature Poems, Nancy Holmes, editor
- Animal Subjects: An Ethical Reader in a Posthuman World, Jodey Castricano, editor
- Technonatures: Environments, Technologies, Spaces, and Places in the Twenty-first Century, Damian F. White and Chris Wilbert, editors
- Writing in Dust: Reading the Prairie Environmentally, Jenny Kerber, author
- Ecologies of Affect: Placing Nostalgia, Desire, and Hope, Tonya K. Davidson, Ondine Park, and Rob Shields, editors