Journal of Environmental Media 3.2 is out now!
Intellect is pleased to announce that Journal of Environmental Media 3.2 is out now!
Issue 3.2 marks a transformative moment for the Journal of Environmental Media (JEM) and perfectly complements the expansive team we are assembling to carry the torch of this journal. This issue and this team are a reminder of the numerous intersecting threads that brought this endeavour into being in the first place: societal consequences of infrastructure growth and extractive capitalism, the mediating role of screen media apps to build individual and communal values around conservation, and on a broader level the importance of giving scholarly space and support to intellectually challenge the epistemological foundations and methodological boundaries of previous systems of thought around environmental values, media practice and social justice.
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Aims & Scope
The Journal of Environmental Media offers a scholarly platform to bridge work in environmental studies, identity and social justice, and science communication through the prism of screen media, focusing on the role of new and emerging digital media in our understanding and perception of the environment and related social issues.
The Journal of Environmental Media is published with the support of the Abess Center, University of Miami and the Minderoo Centre for Technology and Democracy, University of Cambridge.
Media and extraction: A brief research manifesto
PRIYA JAIKUMAR AND LEE GRIEVESON
The politics of data infrastructures contestation: Perspectives for future research
Climate, infrastructure and the mediation of Miami: The spatial and discursive politics of the Network Access Point of the Americas
ALLISON M. SCHIFANI
Integrating media studies concepts into theories of the policy process: Enhancing the role of media as a climate service in the wake of recurring extreme weather events
STEPHEN P. GROFF
Posting nature: A critical perspective on analysing cultural ecosystem services on Instagram
MARTIN TSCHOLL AND ULRIKE STURM
Archiving (lost) nature: Hybrid experiences and memorization through participatory digital archives
Slow Disturbance: Infrastructural Mediation on the Settler Colonial Resource Frontier, Rafico Ruiz (2021)
The Settler Sea: California’s Salton Sea and the Consequences of Colonialism, Traci Brynne Voyles (2021)
A Strategic Nature: Public Relations and the Politics of American Environmentalism, Melissa Aronczyk and Maria I. Espinoza (2022)
HANNA E. MORRIS