Special Issue of Environmental Ethics
Settler colonialism intersects with environmental issues, e.g. land use, water management, traditional ecological knowledge, ethics of place, environmental justice… This connection is, however, sorely under-discussed in environmental philosophy. This special issue intends to breach this divide.
Papers can treat any topic in settler colonialism that connects with environmental philosophy broadly construed.
Proposals are invited in English but translation options for parallel publication in other languages can be discussed
Proposals from voices in academically under-represented groups are especially invited
Non-academically-traditional approaches are also welcomed
Deadline: 5pm, March 2 2020 Central Time (CT, i.e. Dallas, TX) A detailed abstract (~500-700 words) should be submitted
to Jeff Gessas at William.Gessas@unt.edu
Authors will be notified by March 31, 2020 Full submission: June 30, 2020
Queries can be directed to Jeff Gessas at: