A new issue of the Electronic Green Journal is out. James Justus (FSU): Philosophical Issues in Ecology. Vito De Lucia (UiT): The Ecosystem Approach between Ecocentrism and Anthropocentrism. Bruce Matthews (Bard): Schelling in the Anthropocene: A New Mythology of Nature. Vincent Blok (Wageningen): Reconnecting with Nature in the Age of Technology: The Heidegger and Radical Environmentalism Debate Revisited. Guillermo Valverde (Edinburgh): Could the Foundations of the Land Ethic also Justify Moral Nihilism? From The Ethics Forum, a special issue on final values and the environment. What do the humanities have to do with the environment? Sverker Sorlin on the environmental turn in the human sciences. Stephen Muecke reviews Hyperobjects: Philosophy and Ecology after the End of the World by Timothy Morton. Daniel Mattox (Morehead State): Deep Sociology: Applying Deep Ecology to Environmental Sociology. Andy Lamey (UCSD): Ecosystems as Spontaneous Orders. Barbara J. King reviews How Forests Think: Toward an Anthropology Beyond the Human by Eduardo Kohn. Richard L. Revesz (NYU): Toward a More Rational Environmental Policy. Mark Kanazawa reviews Revealed Biodiversity: An Economic History of the Human Impact by Eric L. Jones. Unlocking James Lovelock: Is the inventor of the Gaia Hypothesis really such an outsider? “Sustainability” is older than you think, an environmental buzzword traced back to aristocrats and colonizers: Rebecca Tuhus-Dubrow interviews Jeremy L. Caradonna, author of Sustainability: A History. Stocking nature’s arsenal: James G. Lewis reviews Arming Mother Nature: The Birth of Catastrophic Environmentalism by Jacob Darwin Hamblin. Can the world really set aside half of the planet for wildlife? The eminent evolutionary biologist E.O. Wilson has an audacious vision for saving Earth from a cataclysmic extinction event.


Matt Sienkiewicz (BC) and Nick Marx (Colorado State): Click Culture: The Perils and Possibilities of Family Guy and Convergence-Era Television. C'Zar David Bernstein (Oxford), Timothy Hsiao (Florida State), and Matt Palumbo (TCNJ): The Moral Right to Keep and Bear Firearms. Russia and the U.S. need to get along — the world's safety depends on it. Why is Putin so popular? Despite economic woes, propaganda and patriotism have protected Russia's President — so far. How do Americans look in North Korean films? David Marchese interviews Paul Fischer, author of A Kim Jong-Il Production: The Extraordinary True Story of a Kidnapped Filmmaker, His Star Actress, and a Young Dictator's Rise to Power. Matthew Wills on Cuban-American relations through the years. Cuba then next Cancun? It should be so lucky. Pakistan’s old curse: There is little doubt that the Peshawar massacre has galvanized Pakistani society; the question is whether it can become a real turning point for a society plagued by violent divisions, culture wars and the strategic prerogatives of a powerful military. A Turkish court has issued an arrest warrant for Fethullah Gulen, an influential cleric and former ally of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan who lives in self-imposed exile in Pennsylvania and whose followers have been accused of participating in a plot to overthrow the government. Teaching Ferguson, Teaching Capital: Curry Malott and Derek R. Ford on slavery and the “terrorist energy” of Capital. Peter Bloom on why the message of the Hunger Games films is dangerous. You can rest assured that Stephen Colbert will mug onward, in his most challenging role yet: a flat, predictable act, pantomiming an edgy persona in a near-complete broadcast vacuum.


Aeyal Gross (Tel Aviv): Post/Colonial Queer Globalisation and International Human Rights: Images of LGBT Rights. Rachel Bergenfield and Alice M Miller (Yale): Queering International Development? An Examination of New “LGBT Rights” Rhetoric, Policy, and Programming among International Development Agencies. Ryan Vanden Berg (UBC): A New Adversary: Neoliberalism, Lesbians, and Canadian Democracy. Gibson Ncube (Stellenbosch): Arab-Muslim Masculinity on Trial: Gay Muslim Writers Broaching Homosexuality. Serena Tolino (Zurich): Homosexuality in the Middle East: An Analysis of Dominant and Competitive Discourses. Lenore Bell (St. Andrews): Trigger Warnings: Sex, Lies and Social Justice Utopia on Tumblr. Pierce S. Docena (Visayas): Developing and Managing One’s Sexual Identity: Coming Out Stories of Waray Gay Adolescents. Paula Gerber (Monash): Living a Life of Crime: The Ongoing Criminalisation of Homosexuality in the Commonwealth. Jamie Cleland (Loughborough): Association Football and the Representation of Homosexuality by the Print Media: A Case Study of Anton Hysen. Vinodh Venkatesh (Virginia Tech): Queerying and Locating Pedro Almodovar's ¿Qué he hecho yo para merecer esto!!. Alex Channon (Greenwich) and Christopher R. Matthews (Brighton): “It Is What It Is”: Masculinity, Homosexuality, and Inclusive Discourse in Mixed Martial Arts. The pink and the pulp: Good and bad news for gay rights in Singapore. Queer politics in China: A conversation with “Western” activists working in Beijing. Who’s behind Uganda’s step forward on same-sex rights? Melina Platas Izama investigates. Enze Han and Joseph O'Mahoney on the British colonial origins of anti-gay laws. “No to Homo Agenda”: Eliot Lenn on how American evangelicals spread anti-gay hate to Jamaica. The introduction to Straights: Heterosexuality in Post-Closeted Culture by James Joseph Dean. You can download Coming out for LGBT Psychology in the Current International Scenario, ed. Henrique Pereira and Pedro Costa (2014).

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