Portail des Humanités Environnementales

Environmental Humanities 6 2 juin 2015

We're pleased to inform you that Volume 6 of Environmental Humanities is now available.

Environmental Humanities 6
This volume includes six great articles, two provocative commentary pieces and three entries in our new Living Lexicon for the Environmental Humanities.
Enjoy!


ARTICLES

Owain Jones: ╲Not Promising a Landfall â•œâ•ˇ: An Autotopographical Account of Loss of Place, Memory and LandscapeJonathan L. Clark: Uncharismatic InvasivesAndrew Whitehouse: Listening to Birds in the Anthropocene: The Anxious Semiotics of Sound in a Human-Dominated WorldAnna Svensson: Global Plants and Digital Letters: Epistemological Implications of Digitising the Directorsâ•˙ Correspondence at the Royal Botanic Gardens, KewEtienne Benson: Generating Infrastructural Invisibility: Insulation, Interconnection, and Avian Excrement in the Southern California Power GridJennifer K. Ladino: Mountains, Monuments, and other Matter: Environmental Affects at Manzanar

COMMENTARY

Donna Haraway:Anthropocene, Capitalocene, Plantationocene, Chthulucene: Making KinDidier Debaise, Pablo Jensen, M. Pierre Montebello, Nicolas Prignot, Isabelle Stengers and Aline Wiame:Reinstituting Nature: A Latourian Workshop

LIVING LEXICON FOR THE ENVIRONMENTAL HUMANITIES
Mike Hulme:ClimateJames Hatley:AeonJennifer Hamilton:Labour

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