The aim of our upcoming issue, Aigne Vol. 8, is to engage with the theme of “Crisis: Predicament and Potential” in diverse ways. This has led to the following selection of books for review:
Chauchard, S. 2017. Why representation matters: the meaning of ethnic quotas in rural India. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge.
Guttmann-Bond, E. 2019. Reinventing sustainability: how archaeology can save the planet. Oxbow Books. Oxford.
Keller, C. 2018. Political theology of the earth: our planetary emergency and the struggle for a new public. Columbia University Press. New York.
Krutzsch, B. 2019. Dying to be normal: gay martyrs and the transformation of American sexual politics. Oxford University Press. Oxford.
Vogelaar, A., Hale, B. and Peat, A. (eds). 2018. The discourses of environmental collapse: imagining the end. Routledge. London.
To be considered for the review of one of the above books, send an email stating intent to email@example.com by August 16th, 2019. Please title your email “Book Title Review: Surname, Forename” and attach an up-to-date Resume/CV.
Books not listed above may also be considered for review. If you have a request, send an email stating intent to firstname.lastname@example.org by August 9th. The statement of intent should include an abstract of the book and a sentence or two detailing its relevance to the theme. Please title your email “Book Review Request: Surname, Forename” and attach an up-to-date Resume/CV.
Selected reviewers will be notified by August 21st and will be required to submit a c. 1000-word review by October 18th. To be considered for publication, all reviews must adhere to Aigne’s Author Guidelines and be thoroughly proofread prior to submission.
Carolyn Howle Outlaw
co-Book Review Editor and General Editor,
University College Cork