Succession: Queering the Environment
A NiCHE Series
Proposal Deadline: February 15, 2020
Draft Deadline: May 15, 2020
Series Publication: June 2020
In ecology, succession is a series of progressive changes made in a community over time. These changes often lead to higher diversity in an environment.
Succession: Queering the Environment will explore the changes that occur within environmental history and related environmental studies when queer people, non-humans, systems, and ideas are centred.
We seek proposals for Succession that:
- Feature LGBTQIA2S+ folks interacting with and thinking about the environment and non-human animals in the past and present.
- Reimagine environmental topics using queer theory or a related queer lens.
- Feature environmental history, but we also welcome environmental humanities, queer ecology, and related interdisciplinary pitches.
- Feature traditional blog articles, but we also welcome pitches for relevant poetry, art, photo essays, audio projects, video projects, etc.
We also seek:
- An individual willing to write a literature review to begin the series.
Send a 100-300 word proposal describing your proposed submission and how it relates to the field of environmental history/studies more broadly and a short bio to Jessica DeWitt, firstname.lastname@example.org, by February 15, 2020.
Applicants will be alerted of their submission status by the end of February. Please also email any questions or other inquiries to Dr. DeWitt.
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