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by Humanities for the Environment


In case you missed our first post about the new journal, Environmental Humanities, this is a reminder about a great publishing opportunity.

The journal’s first issue will be published this November, and submissions are currently being accepted at their website. Environmental Humanities will be open-access, made freely available online. This journal will focus on interdisciplinary research of the environment, bringing together the humanities with both the natural and social sciences.

For any of you who have been working on projects in the environmental humanities, this could be a great chance to get your ideas out to others involved in this growing, important field. For information on the journal and submission guidelines, please visit the journal’s website.

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