Environmental Humanities in Social Media

The Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society  started a blog recently: Seeing the Forest.  With an international and interdisciplinary focus, the Center is launching the blog to extend the reach of the environmental humanities through social media (they also tweet).  The blog accepts submissions from students, scholars, and professionals.

The environmental humanities are also extending their online presence through the new open-access journal Environmental Humanities.  They are also accepting submissions.

I focus a lot of my work on research in environmental humanities as well as posthumanities and, for that matter, anything that queers the humanities.  Having never been human, there’s never been a better time for the humanities.

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One response to “Environmental Humanities in Social Media

  • Adam Robbert

    And the best-sentence-of-the-day-award goes to: “Having never been human, there’s never been a better time for the humanities.” Classic stuff.

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