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Ecocritical Theory and Practice
Ecocritical Theory and Practice highlights innovative scholarship at the interface of literary/cultural studies and the environment, seeking to foster an ongoing dialogue between academics and environmental activists. Works that explore environmental issues through literatures, oral traditions, and cultural/media practices around the world are welcome. The series features books by established ecocritics that examine the intersection of theory and practice, including both monographs and edited volumes. Proposals are invited in the range of topics covered by ecocriticism, including but not limited to works informed by cross-cultural and transnational approaches; postcolonial studies; ecofeminism; ecospirituality, ecotheology, and religious studies; film/media and visual cultural studies; environmental aesthetics and arts; ecopoetics; and animal studies.

Editor(s): Douglas Vakoch (
Advisory Board: Auður Aðalsteinsdóttir (Iceland), Sinan Akıllı (Turkey), Zélia Bora (Brazil), Nicolás Campisi (USA), Chan Kit-sze Amy (Hong Kong), Chia-Ju Chang (USA), Michelle Deininger (Wales), Nicole Dittmer (USA), Melanie Ruth Duckworth (Norway), Jonathan Elmore (USA), Lenka Filipova (Germany), Christina Holmes (USA), Peter I-min Huang (Taiwan), Serenella Iovino (USA), Özlem Karadağ (Turkey), Katarina Leppänen (Sweden), Keitaro Morita (Japan), Anupama Nayar C V (India), Serpil Oppermann (Turkey), John Charles Ryan (Australia), Joshua Schuster (Canada), Murali Sivaramakrishnan (India), Scott Slovic (USA), David Taylor (USA), Rebekah Taylor-Wiseman (USA)
Staff editorial contact: Courtney Morales (