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Michael Boyden, Ali Basirat, and Karl Berglund

between the Environmental Humanities and conceptual history by offering an exploratory analysis of the concept of climate. We adopt a computational approach to conceptual change, drawing on well- established methods for tracing semantic change derived

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Claire Allison, Luis I. Prádanos, and Richard Scully

have benefited from a more explicit incorporation of some current debates occurring within environmental humanities. For example, a combination of affective and postcolonial ecocriticism could have enhanced some of the discussions in chapter 3 around

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Moving Beyond the Frame

Flows and Relations in Hybrid Body–Screen Lifeworlds

Carolyn Deby

Ethography: Storying Animist Worlds,” Environmental Humanities: Voices from the Anthropocene , ed. Serpil Oppermann and Serenella Iovino (London: Rowman & Littlefield International. Kindle Edition, 2017); Thom van Dooren, Eben Kirksey, and Ursula Münster

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Bret Gustafson, Francesco Carpanini, Martin Kalb, James Giblin, Sarah Besky, Patrick Gallagher, Andrew Curley, Jen Gobby, and Ryan Anderson

of vibrant contributions on the topical issue of understanding nature and environmental challenges without remaining trapped in the horizon of the natural sciences. Rethinking Nature is published in the Routledge Environmental Humanities series

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Alessandro Testa, Tobias Köllner, Agata Ładykowska, Simion Pop, Giuseppe Tateo, Jason Baird Jackson, Ullrich Kockel, Mairéad Nic Craith, and Viola Teisenhoffer

become a pivotal concern across much of the social sciences, humanities and arts, both helped by, and helping, the rise of ‘environmental humanities’ as a contemporary form of arts and sciences intermingling. For the Humboldts, and many before them, such

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Andrew McCumber

California Press . Crist , Eileen . 2013 . “ On the Poverty of Our Nomenclature ”. Environmental Humanities 3 : 129 – 147 . 10.1215/22011919-3611266 Cronon , William . 1996 . “ The Trouble with Wilderness or Getting Back to the Wrong Nature .” In

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Donna Houston, Diana McCallum, Wendy Steele, and Jason Byrne

“ethics of connection” ( Rose and Robin 2004 ). Rethinking “ethics of connection” in urban planning draws on insights from the environmental humanities as well as recent social science research focused on material and creative practices of sustainable and

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The Environment as an Umbrella Concept; From Word to Historical Concept

Risto-Matti Matero and Juan Alejandro Pautasso

systems that needed to be in place in order for the concept to emerge. This standpoint does not fall far off from the idea of distributed agency, which has gathered much attention within environmental humanities. 1 This standpoint works perfectly well in

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Home and Away

The Politics of Life after Earth

Micha Rahder

.2.239 Aronowsky , Leah V. 2017 . “ Of Astronauts and Algae: NASA and the Dream of Multispecies Spaceflight .” Environmental Humanities 9 ( 2 ): 359 – 377 . 10.1215/22011919-4215343 Ashkenazi , Michael . 1992 . “ Some Alternatives in the Sociology of

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People and Plants

Kay E. Lewis-Jones

.2993/0278-0771-36.1.147 Rose , Deborah Bird , Thom van Doreen , Matthew Crulew , Stuart Cooke , Matthew Kearnes , and Emily O’Gorman . 2012 . “ Thinking through the Environment, Unsettling the Humanities .” Environmental Humanities 1 no. 1 : 1 – 5 . 10