Introduction: Oceans Amelia Moore and Jerry K. Jacka
Navigating Shifting Regimes of Ocean Governance: From UNCLOS to Sustainable
Development Goal 14 Ana K. Spalding and Ricardo de Ycaza
Decoupling Seascapes: An Anthropology of Marine Stock Enhancement Science in Japan Shingo Hamada
Appropriate Targets: Global Patterns in Interaction and Conflict Surrounding Cetacean Conservation and Traditional Marine Hunting Communities Florence Durney
Ocean Thinking: The Work of Ocean Sciences, Scientists, and Technologies in Producing the Sea as Space Susannah Crockford
Documenting Sea Change: Ocean Data Technologies, Sciences, and Governance Kathleen M. Sullivan
New Materialist Approaches to Fisheries: The Birth of “Bycatch” Lauren Drakopulos
Green Out of the Blue, or How (Not) to Deal with Overfed Oceans: An Analytical Review of Coastal Eutrophication and Social Conflict Alix Levain, Carole Barthélémy, Magalie Bourblanc, Jean-Marc Douguet, Agathe Euzen, and Yves Souchon
In Search of (Just) Climate Urbanism Joshua Mullenite
Hamilton, Sarah R. 2018. Cultivating Nature: The Conservation of a Valencian Working Landscape Eugene N. Anderson
Besky, Sarah, and Alex Blanchette, eds. 2019. How Nature Works: Rethinking Labor on a Troubled Planet Jodie Asselin
Lora-Wainwright, Anna. 2017. Resigned Activism: Living with Pollution in Rural China Jessica diCarlo
Symons, Jonathan. 2019. Ecomodernism: Technology, Politics and the Climate Crisis Ritwick Ghosh
Miller, Theresa L. 2019. Plant Kin: A multispecies ethnography in Indigenous Brazil Michelle Hak Hepburn
Aistara, Guntra. Organic Sovereignties: Struggles Over Farming in an Age of Free Trade Allison Koch
Drew, Georgina. 2017. River Dialogues: Hindu Faith and the Political Ecology of Dams on the Sacred Ganga
Folch, Christine. 2019. Hydropolitics: The Itaipú Dam, Sovereignty, and the Engineering of Modern South America Lindsay Vogt
Volume 11 / 2020, 1 issue per volume (autumn)
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Environment and Society: Advances in Research is an annual review journal, publishing articles that have been commissioned in response to specific published calls.
The field of research on environment and society is growing rapidly and becoming of ever-greater importance not only in academia but also in policy circles and for the public at large. This growth reflects the urgency of debate and the pace and scale of change with respect to the water crisis, deforestation, biodiversity loss, the looming energy crisis, nascent resource wars, environmental refugees, climate change, and environmental justice, which are just some of the many compelling challenges facing society today and in the future. It also reflects the richness and insights of scholarship exploring diverse cultural forms, social phenomena, and political-economic formations in which society and nature are intricately intertwined, if not indistinguishable.
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Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals, Series and Publishers
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Paige West, Columbia University, USA
Dan Brockington, University of Sheffield, UK
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Jerry Jacka, University of Colorado Boulder, USA
Book Review Editors
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Patrick Gallagher, University of Texas, San Antonio, USA
Gregorio Ortiz, University of Colorado Boulder, USA
Editorial Advisory Board
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Lisa Cliggett, University of Kentucky, USA
Molly Doane, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
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Scott Freeman, American University, USA
Elizabeth Hoover, University of California, Berkeley USA
Jeff Kinch, National Fisheries College, Papua New Guinea
Laura Mentore, University of Mary Washington, USA
Sarah Milne, Australian National University, Australia
Marama Muru-Lanning, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Katja Neves, Concordia University, USA
Nicole Peterson, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, USA
Kimberly Tallbear, University of Alberta, Canada
Sarah Vaughn, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Jerry Zee, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA
Ariela Zycherman, United States Department of Agriculture, USA
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