Calls for Contributions

General Call: Journal of Ecohumanism

Journal of Ecohumanism invites contributors to submit their articles. Submission Deadline: rolling basis yearly

Journal of Ecohumanism aims to open up new possibilities in reconfiguring the multidimensional interplays among humans and the more-than-human world by focusing on the structure, mechanics, functionalities, and representations of this interplay manifested across ecohumanist and civil contexts. Since Environmental Humanities ample research has looked at variable aspects of ecological citizenship, we have to focus on globalization’s temporality in the rise of Citizen Humanities. In this sense, we are in the ...

Interdisciplinary Approaches to Music and the Environment

Interdisciplinary Approaches to Music and the Environment

Impact: The Journal of the Center for Interdisciplinary Teaching & Learning based at Boston University is currently soliciting essays for a special issue on the intersection of music and the environment. The issue is scheduled for online publication in January 2024. Submissions across all academic disciplines are welcome. We welcome, too, contributions from musicians and individuals working in the music industry. We are particularly interested in the ways musicians, composers, lyricists, and audiences have addressed or responded ...

Open Cultural Studies Issue: PLAGUE AS METAPHOR 


for a topical issue of Open Cultural Studies


Open Cultural Studies ( invites submissions for a topical issue on “Plague as Metaphor,” edited by Nahum Welang (University of Stavanger, Norway).

From Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night (1602) to Edvard Munch’s painting Self-Portrait After the Spanish Flu (1919-20) to Albert Camus’s The Plague (1947), works of literature and visual culture have a rich tradition of contemplating the impact of plagues on everyday life, and in Susan Sontag’s seminal text Illness as Metaphor, she argues that artists have ...

Special Theme issue on Latinx Recreation in Diálogo: An Interdisciplinary Studies Journal

Special Theme on Latinx Recreation in Diálogo: An Interdisciplinary Studies Journal

Co-edited by Gabriela Nuñez, David Vázquez, Priscilla Solis Ybarra, and Sarah D. Wald

Abstracts Due: February 1, 2023

This special theme brings together two overlapping areas: Latinx environmentalisms and Latinx leisure and outdoor recreation. Latinx communities’ and cultures’ relationships to natural history and outdoor recreation is a growing area of interest in Latinx studies and in the environmental humanities. We aim to provide cultural and historic context to contemporary efforts to diversify conservation and outdoor ...

Call for proposals for topical issues – Open Cultural Studies


Open Cultural Studies ( invites groups of researchers, conference organizers and individual scholars to submit their proposals of edited volumes to be considered for publication as topical issues of the journal.

To submit your proposal please contact Dr Katarzyna Tempczyk at [email protected] Proposals will be collected by October 31, 2022.


Open Cultural Studies is a peer-reviewed, scholarly journal that explores the fields of Humanities, Social Sciences and Arts. It interprets culture in an inclusive sense, in different ...

Borders of New Earth: Blue Ecocriticism, Geophilosophy and Decoloniality

Very few attempts have been made so far to decolonize the expanse of Blue Humanities yet it stands as an ensemble of creative renewals. With Ian Buchanan’s ‘Must we eat Fish’ we get to encounter the topography of such renewals. With his essay Buchanan effects a relation between ‘the foundational non-humanity of our being’ and oceans while Probyn, whose standpoint he critiques, seeks a persistence of exploitative humanist relationality with the same in the guise of “amplifying the level of felt relatedness to ...

Journal of West Indian Literature (JWIL)

Call for Papers: Journal of West Indian Literature Special Issue on Literature, Art, and Environmental Activism

Writers, filmmakers, musicians, and other arts performers have taken a leading role in protesting governmental failure and corporate responsibility for environmental destruction and disaster across the Caribbean. In the 2000s, Caribbean writers, filmmakers, visual and other artists have spoken truth to power in Puerto Rico and Dominica after the tragedy of Hurricane Maria, in the struggle to preserve Jamaica’s Cockpit country from bauxite mining, and against extractive industries, tourism, ...

Environmental Politics After Humanism

Environmental Politics After Humanism (edited collection)

This edited collection of essays aims to invigorate and expand an emerging interdisciplinary conversation, based in posthuman and new materialist theory, between political science and environmental humanities scholars.

One of the most intriguing ideas within new materialist and posthuman theory is undoubtedly the concept of post-anthropocentric, or distributed, agency. The work of Bruno Latour, Karen Barad, Jane Bennett, Stacy Alaimo, to name just a few influential scholars, has produced a definitive critique of humanist models of subjectivity, agency and ...

Writing Opportunity: Our Ocean’d Earth

Writing Opportunity: Our Ocean’d Earth

Here’s an opportunity to be a part of a very special anthology…

The call is for nonfiction or fiction writing that conveys one clear and unified message: that our oceans are worth fighting for. To help restore a culture of inspiration and reverence towards Earth’s oceans we are looking for masterfully woven stories from a range of perspectives—from marine life researchers to conservationists, free divers to writers with a deep connection to the sea, and more—who can reveal secrets of ...

Language Society and the Environment (Submission Dedaline Extended)

The “Language-Society-Environment Nexus” is a prominent cross-disciplinary field of research that has been commonly addressed by the scientific community. Be it a newspaper article, a video, a classroom activity, a political debate, a social network page, creative writing, or a textbook course, we think that environmental studies have been striving to maintain the protection of nature in all its interconnectivity, including all beings, humans and animals. Today, environmental studies are a magnet that connects ecology, society, and language. For example, problems like climate change, global warming, pollution, ...

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