East European and Eurasian Ecologies: Past, Present, and Future (Series)

Series Editor: Jenifer Presto (University of Oregon)

Editorial Board:

  • Anindita Banerjee (Cornell University)
  • Katherine Bowers (The University of British Columbia)
  • Alexander Brookes (Memorial University of Newfoundland)
  • Andy Bruno (Northern Illinois University)
  • Pey-Yi Chu (Pomona College)
  • Jane Costlow (Bates College)
  • Mieka Erley (Colgate University)
  • Elena Fratto (Princeton University)
  • Colleen McQuillen (University of Southern California)
  • Thomas Newlin (Oberlin College and Conservatory)
  • José Vergara (Bryn Mawr College)

This series is devoted to work on the environmental humanities in Eastern Europe and Eurasia—a region that has been the site of its fair share of ecological challenges and creative responses. The series publishes original research in a wide array of disciplines (anthropology, film and media studies, history, and literary and cultural studies), as well as translations of writings from the region that take up nature’s banner. One of our missions is to deprovincialize environmental studies, which has operated largely within national contexts or the global Anglophone world. Hence, we encourage projects that engage different linguistic and cultural traditions, traverse national and regional boundaries, and address the multiple temporalities of ecological crises.

Committed to sustainability and impact, we seek to acquire compelling manuscripts that would appeal to a broad audience. Monographs, edited volumes, and critical translations comprise the core of our list. We are also open to alternative scholarly genres such as micro-essay collections and creative nonfiction. All our titles are refereed and benefit from professional in-house editing and international distribution.

Acquired titles forthcoming.