New Open Access Volume of Environment and Society (Vol. 12)

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The latest Open Access volume of Environment and Society has published! This volume focuses on pollution and toxicity.

 

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Volume 12

Pollution and Toxicity: Cultivating Ecological Practices for Troubled Times

Guest Editors: Josh Fisher, Mary Mostafanezhad, Alex Nading, and Sarah Marie Wiebe

 

Introduction

Pollution and Toxicity: Cultivating Ecological Practices for Troubled Times

Josh Fisher, Mary Mostafanezhad, Alex Nading, and Sarah Marie Wiebe

https://bit.ly/3zgtDBG

 

Articles

Toxic Research: Political Ecologies and the Matter of Damage

Noah Theriault and Simi Kang

https://bit.ly/2VJMYxs

 

Chemical Agents: The Biopolitical Science of Toxicity

Melina Packer

https://bit.ly/39iPDkN

 

Pollution, Health, and Disaster: Emerging Contributions in Ethnographic Research

Alexa S. Dietrich

https://bit.ly/3CnbS5T

 

The Double Force of Vulnerability: Ethnography and Environmental Justice

Grant M. Gutierrez, Dana E. Powell, and T. L. Pendergrast

 https://bit.ly/2YX7Ylz

 

Toxic Sensorium: Agrochemicals in the African Anthropocene

Serena Stein and Jessie Luna

https://bit.ly/3tLWDA7

 

Toxic Waste and Race in Twenty-First Century America: Neighborhood Poverty and Racial Composition in the Siting of Hazardous Waste Facilities

Michael Mascarenhas, Ryken Grattet, and Kathleen Mege

https://bit.ly/3hFPY5X

 

Beyond Petrotoxic Apparatuses

Néstor L. Silva

https://bit.ly/3ErcIjF

 

The Social Life of the “Forever Chemical”: PFAS Pollution Legacies and Toxic Events

Daniel Renfrew and Thomas W. Pearson

https://bit.ly/3AleCzZ

 

Conceptualizing and Capturing Outcomes of Environmental Cleanup at Contaminated Sites

Brittany Kiessling and Keely Maxwell

https://bit.ly/3Cj7FQx

 

Surveying the Chemical Anthropocene: Chemical Imaginaries and the Politics of Defining Toxicity

Yogi Hale Hendlin

https://bit.ly/3tJq4TD

 

Canary Science in the Mineshaft of the Anthropocene

Liza Grandia

https://bit.ly/2YTxFU8

 

Out of Place in Outer Space?: Exploring Orbital Debris through Geographical Imaginations

Hannah Hunter and Elizabeth Nelson

https://bit.ly/3hDA9ww

 

Book Reviews

Natalie Bump Vena, Paige Dawson, Thomas De Pree, Sarah Hitchner, George Holmes, Sudarshan R Kottai, Daniel J Murphy, Susan Paulson, Victoria C. Ramenzoni, and Kathleen Smythe

https://bit.ly/3nDPot3

 

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