This series addresses two trends: critical conversations in academic
fields about nature, sustainability, globalization, and culture, includ-
ing constructive engagements between researchers within the natu-
ral, social, and human sciences; and intellectual and political con-
versations among those in social movements and other nonacademic
knowledge producers about alternative practices and socionatural
worlds. The objective of the series is to establish a synergy between
these theoretical and political developments in both academic and
nonacademic arenas. This synergy is a sine qua non for new think-
ing about the real promise of emergent ecologies. The series includes
works that envision more lasting and just ways of being- in- place and
being- in- networks with a diversity of humans and other living and
nonliving beings.
New Ecologies for the Twenty- First Century aims to promote a
dialogue between those who are transforming the understanding of
the relationship between nature and culture. The series revisits exist-
ing fields such as environmental history, historical ecology, envi-
About the series
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