Call for Book Series: Environmental Humanities

Deadline: open
Contact: Nikoleta Zampaki, Editor in Chief
Email: [email protected]

The Cape Comorin Publisher’s Environmental Humanities Series seeks to engage with contemporary environmental challenges through the various lenses of the humanities. The aim is to explore the disciplines of ecocriticism into comparative literature (American, European, Indian Literature (19th-21st ce.), ecofeminism, ecopoetics, eco-/bio-art, ecopsychology, ecoaesthetics, ecomaterialism, environmental communication, environmental history, ecophenomenology,
energy and natural sources, petrocultures etc.

The series is premised on the notion that the arts, humanities, and social sciences, integrated with the natural sciences. The environmental humanities are a multidimensional discipline encompassing such fields as anthropology, history, literature, theory, media studies, philosophy, psychology, religion, sociology, women’s and gender studies etc. Thus, we are eager to receive book proposals that explicitly cross traditional disciplinary boundaries, bringing the full force of multiple perspectives to illuminate variable environmental topics. We favor manuscripts aimed at an international readership and written in a lively and accessible style. Our authors include scholars and students from across the span of environmental studies disciplines.

The site of the Press is (

Please submit papers to: [email protected], [email protected]

No Publication Charges

Language: English language only.

Editor in Chief: Nikoleta Zampaki, Department of Philology, National and
Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece,
Email: [email protected], [email protected]

Managing Editor: R. S. Regin Silvest, PhD, Director, Cape Comorin Publisher
Kanyakumari, Tamilnadu, India
Email: [email protected], Mobile: +91 9442818648

International Editorial Board of the Series

Ruzbeh Babaee, PhD, Adjunct, University of Southampton, United Kingdom.

Erik Juergensmeyer, Professor of English, Fort Lewis College, Durango CO, U.S.A.

K. Rajaraman, PhD, Professor, Department of English, Department of English, Annamalai
University, Chidambaram, Tamilnadu, India

Paul Lindholdt, Professor of English, Eastern Washington University, U.S.A

Morve Roshan, PhD, Southwest University, China and Bangor University, UK

Jeffrey B. Webb, Professor of History, Department of History & Political
Science, Huntington University, U.S.A.

M. Kannadhasan, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of English, Thiruvalluvar
University, Vellore, Tamilnadu, India

Shubhra Jamwal, PhD, Assistant Professor, Government College of Education Jammu,
Jammu & Kashmir (UT), India

Graham Harman, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc)

Laura op de Beke, Doctoral fellow, Institute for Cultural Studies and Oriental Languages, Oslo University, Norway

International Advisory Board of the Series

Margaret Anne Clarke, PhD, Senior Lecturer in Portuguese, University of Portsmouth, UK and Professor at Open University, UK.

Greg Clingham, Professor of English. Director of the University Press 1999-2018, Bucknell
University, Lewisburg, PA, U.S.A.

Jeff Diamanti, Assistant Professor of Environmental Humanities (Literary and Cultural Analysis/Philosophy), University of Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Teresa Heffernan, Professor of English Language and Literature, Department of English Language and Literature, Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, Canada

Serenella Iovino, Professor of Italian Studies and Environmental Humanities. Advisor for Italian Graduate Studies, Department of Romance Studies, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, U.S.A.

Serpil Oppermann, Professor of Environmental Humanities. Director of Environmental Humanities Center, Cappadocia University, Ürgüp/Nevşehir, Turkey

Lucille Lang Day, PhD, Founder and Director, Scarlet Tanager Books, Oakland, CA, U.S.A.

Tina-Karen Pusse, PhD, Lecturer at NUI Galway. Head of School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, NUI Galway, Ireland.

Max Ryynänen, Senior Lecturer in Theory of Visual Culture, Aalto University, Finland.

Heather Sullivan, Professor of German and Comparative Literature. Vice President of North American Goethe Society (2019-2021). ASLE Professional Liaison Coordinator. ASLE Chair of Grants Committee: Translation / Subvention. President of Modern Langs and Lits,Trinity University, One Trinity Place, San Antonio, Texas, U.S.A.

Jüri Talvet, Chaired Professor of World / Comparative Literature of the Institute of Cultural Research of the University of Tartu, Estonia.

Hubert Zapf, Professor of American Studies, University of Augsburg, Germany.

Managing Editors
R. S. Regin Silvest, PhD, Director, Cape Comorin Publisher, Kanyakumari, Tamilnadu,
India, Email: [email protected], Mobile: +91 9442818648

M. L. Aara Mithilee, Assistant Professor, Department of English, White Memorial College of Arts and Science for Women, Panachamoodu, Kerala, India

Posted on June 12, 2020