Special Issue "Global Indigeneities and the Environment"
A special issue of Humanities (ISSN 2076-0787).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (1 December 2015).
A printed edition of this Special Issue is available here.
Interests: world literature; comparative literature; global history; global indigeneities
Interests: The history of botanical sciences in Japan and the diffusion of Japanese and East Asian plant species to the world since the nineteenth century
Global Indigeneities and the Environment—covering fields from American Indian Studies, anthropology, communications, ethnoecology, ethnomusicology, geography, global studies, history, and literature, the purpose of the Special Issue is to give new understandings of the concept of global indigeneities and to showcase some of the most promising work in the field to date.
Prof. Dr. Karen L Thornber
Prof. Dr. Tom Havens
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- cultivation practices
- plant renewal
- environmental justice
- global environmentalism
- memory trees
- indigenous ecotourism
- knowledge situatedness
- extreme extraction