CFP: Recent Approaches to Environmental Humanities


Recent Approaches to Environmental Humanities. Literary and Cultural Reflections on the Human and More-Than-Human World.

The Journal of Ecohumanism which is published by Transnational Press London organizes a three-day online conference. The main theme of the Conference is “Recent Approaches to Environmental Humanities. Literary and Cultural Reflections on the Human and More-Than-Human World.” 

Dates: 17-19 November 2023

Format: online

Conference’s website: https://ecohumanism.co.uk/

The official language of the conference is English. The conference will be held via the Zoom platform and will also be recorded. Interested scholars are kindly asked to submit an abstract of no more than 250 words, together with a short bio (150 words), for 15-minutes presentation. We also welcome proposals for panels of 4-5 scholars. In that case, please send us the panel’s title, one page description, full names of scholars, their affiliations and e-mails. We don’t accept poster announcements or artworks. Abstracts and proposals for panels should be original and not prior published or announced. Please send the material to the conference’s General Secretary [email protected]

Deadline for abstract, short bio and panels’ submissions: 31st of May 2023. 

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Ecozon@

Ecozon@ is a journal devoted to the relatively new field of literary and cultural criticism called ecocriticism. Ecocriticism can be broadly defined as the study of the representations of nature in cultural texts, and of the relationship between humans with other earth beings and their environment as seen in cultural manifestations. 

ARCADIANA

Arcadiana is a blog about the environment in literature and culture. It is hosted by postgraduate members of the European Association for Literature, Culture and the Environment (EASLCE).