Latest Open Access Volume of Environment and Society (Vol. 13)

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The latest Open Access volume of Environment and Society has published! This volume focuses on global Black ecologies.


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Volume 13



Global Black Ecologies

Justin Hosbey, Hilda Lloréns, and J. T. Roane



A Flowering of Memory: Walking Zora Neale Hurston’s Cemetery Path to our Mothers’ Gardens

James Jr. Padilioni


We All We Go: Urban Black Ecologies of Care and Mutual Aid

Ashanté M. Reese and Symone A. Johnson


Black Spatial Affordances and the Residential Ecologies of the Great Migration

Amani C. Morrison


Black as Drought: Arid Landscapes and Ecologies of Encounter across the African Diaspora

Brittany Meché


Caste, Environment Justice, and Intersectionality of Dalit–Black Ecologies

Mukul Sharma


Towards Dalit Ecologies

Indulata Prasad


Black Placemaking under Environmental Stressors: Dryland Farming in the Arid Black Pacific, 1890–1930

Maya L. Shamsid-Deen and Jayson M. Porter


Remote-Control Plantations and Black Forest Relations in the Black Belt

Danielle M. Purifoy


Black Geographies and Black Ecologies as Insurgent Ecocriticism

Alex A. Moulton and Inge Salo


Book Reviews

Adwaita Banerjee, Emma Banks, Julie Brugger, Maya Daurio, Florence Durney, Wendi A. Haugh, Lisa Hiwasaki, David M. Hoffman, Raka Sen, David Stentiford, and Weronika Tomczyk


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