New Book Series
We are pleased to announce our new book series on Environmental History, edited by Polina Ignatova and Emelie Fälton of Linköping University, Sweden.
This new series offers original interdisciplinary approaches towards history from environmental perspectives. We welcome proposals for monographs, edited collections, and conference proceedings considering environmental history and archaeology; animal history and zooarchaeology; history of water and water-borne animals; marine archaeology; landscape studies; ecocriticism; the relationships between human and nonhuman; anthropogenic ecosystems, water and land management; urban ecologies and waste management; inorganic environments, mining, and metallurgy; climate history; disease from environmental perspectives; human-caused pollutions; representing environment in art and literature; environmental movements.
We invite proposals for monographs or edited collections and we particularly welcome proposals dealing with underrepresented aspects of environmental history, unconventional or peripheral sources, and non-anthropocentric approaches.
Please contact the series editors at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com or the series' webpage at https://trivent-publishing.eu/83-environmental-history.
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