Global Environmental Histories from Below
Call for Papers
Special Issue of
Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities
Robert Morrissey and Roderick Wilson, editors
Indigenous environmental histories: work that addresses the intersection of native peoples and their historical relations with local, regional and interregional environments;
Environmental histories of agriculture and fishing: work that might range from agronomy to farming the sea to explore the long and complex history people have shared with plants, animals, and other historical actors at a variety of scales;
Vernacular knowledges: work that explores how tacit knowledge of the environment is learned and transmitted and how local bodies of knowledge have been changed or lost with the introduction of scientific management of natural environments.