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Journal of Environmental Media Volume 2: OA Supplement is out now!
Wednesday, December 08, 2021

Journal of Environmental Media Volume 2: OA Supplement is out now!

Intellect is pleased to announce Journal of Environmental Media Volume 2: Supplement is out now!

 

'Currents of crisis: Emergent life beyond the climate emergency across the Pacific’

 

Funded by the Intellect author fund.

 

This Open Access Supplement is available to read free here>>

https://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/intellect/jem/2021/00000002/a00101s1

 

For more information about the journal and supplement click here>>

https://www.intellectbooks.com/journal-of-environmental-media

 

Aims and Scope

 

The Journal of Environmental Media offers a scholarly platform to bridge work in environmental studies, issues of social justice and science communication  through the prism of screen media. In particular, the journal will promote studies in the technology, messaging and reception of environmentally themed content, policy and activism through the mediation of digital mobile screens. As both the general population and academic world experiences a growing awareness of how integral visual and digital culture are to our understanding, discussion, and behaviour around the natural environment in an era of accelerating climate change, this journal responds to an urgent cultural, scientific and scholarly intersection.

 

Volume 2: Supplement

 

Introduction

 

Currents of crisis: Emergent life beyond the climate emergency across the Pacific

SARAH MARIE WIEBE, LAURENCE BUTET-ROCH, KAUWILA MAHI

 

Articles

 

Waikīkī: A paradisiac–parasitic pacific paradise

DANIEL KAUWILA MAHI

 

Militarization, slow violence, and the emerging threat of condemnation in Hawaiʻi

N. MAHINA TUTEUR

 

Honolulu’s colonial legacy of marginalization: A cycle of emergency and urban development

ROBERT HOPPER

 

Maintaining land and life in Vanuatu: Indigenous alter-natives of recovery following the Manaro eruption on Ambae, Vanuatu

FOLEY C. PFALZGRAF

 

Swirling currents emerge at the Waiapu river mouth: Lens-based witnessing, documenting and storytelling of slow catastrophes

NATALIE ROBERTSON

 

Feminism and the ecosystem catastrophe: Feeling alternative futures

TAMARA E. SWIFT

 

Charting hxstories in Sāmoan visual and digital art

LÉULI ESHRĀGHI

 

Sensory access at sx̌ʷəx̌ʷnitkʷ: Blockages, fluidities and futures

SKAYU LOUIS

 

Living in lost futures

DANIELLE TASCHEREAU MAMERS