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Environment and HistoryClarivate

Outstanding global coverage. Best journal impact factor in environmental history.

In celebration of the ESEH conference in Zagreb, from 28 June to 2 July 2017, we are excited to present the first Special Virtual Edition of Environment and History. The collection is available to download at absolutely no cost from this page in both PDF format (3.8 MB, suitable for laptops and ipads) and epub format (1.9 MB, readable using ibooks and other mobile apps).

If you don’t want to download the whole issue, we offer a summary PDF (a much smaller file, containing the introductory essays and links to the papers on the IngentaConnect platform - subscription required).

The Special Virtual Edition assembles 15 papers from our archives (1995–2017) that reflect on the conference’s theme of ‘Natures in between’, with an introduction by E&H editor Karen Jones and commentaries by the Chair of the conference programme committee, Marco Armiero, and ESEH President Dolly Jørgensen. We trust that this substantial free sampler will introduce new readers to the extraordinary range of scholarship published by Environment and History and remind those already familiar with the journal of our position at the forefront of this dynamic and ever-expanding field.
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Environment and History is an interdisciplinary journal which aims to bring scholars in the humanities and biological sciences closer together, with the deliberate intention of constructing long and well-founded perspectives on present day environmental problems.

• Independent (owned by White Horse Press; occasional financial support for special issues)
• Subscription Journal: Print and Online since 1995 (Ingenta, JSTOR)
• No Page Charges (Paid Open Access option available)
• Double blind peer reviewed
• Impact factor

ISSN: 0967-3407 (print) 1752-7023 (online).

Environment and History has a Journal Impact Factor (2016) of 0.659.

OPEN ACCESS options

A regular feature of the journal is a section on current activities in environmental history, including the ‘Notepad’ of the European Society for Environmental History. ESEH members also enjoy reduced subscription rates.
Environment and History is a member of the International Consortium of Environmental History Organizations (ICEHO)

Articles appearing in Environment and History are abstracted and indexed in America: History and Life, Arts and Humanities Citation Index, British Humanities Index, CAB Abstracts, Current Contents/Arts and Humanities, Current Contents/Social and Behavioral Sciences, Environment Abstracts, Environmental Policy Abstracts, Forestry Abstracts, Geo Abstracts, Historical Abstracts, History Journals Guide, International Bibliography of Social Sciences, Landscape Research Extra, Referativnyi Zhurnal, Rural Sociology Abstracts, Social Sciences Citation Index, Social Sciences in Forestry and World Agricultural Economics.

Papers should be submitted using our online submission system



EDITOR

Karen Jones, University of Kent

EDITORIAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Dolly Jørgensen, Umeå University
David Moon, The University of York
Stephen Mosley, Leeds Beckett University
Petra van Dam, VU University, Amsterdam

REVIEWS EDITOR

Mark Riley, University of Liverpool

For queries regarding submissions, please contact the Editor, Karen Jones, School of History, Rutherford College, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NX, UK.

For queries regarding book reviews, please contact the Reviews Editor, Mark Riley, Department of Geography, School for Environmental Sciences, Roxby Building, University of Liverpool, LIVERPOOL L69 7ZT, UK

EDITORIAL BOARD

W.M. Adams, University of Cambridge
Greg Bankoff, University of Hull
James Beattie, University of Waikato
William Beinart, University of Oxford
Dorothee Brantz, Technical University of Berlin
Jane Carruthers, University of South Africa
Peter Coates, University of Bristol
Georgina Endfield, University of Nottingham
Marcus Hall, University of Zurich
Julia Lajus, National Research University Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg, and European University at St.Petersburg
Rob Lambert, University of Nottingham
Ts’ui-jung Liu, Academia Sinica Taiwan
John M. Mackenzie, University of St Andrews
Geneviève Massard-Guilbaud, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales
Susan McHugh, University of New England
John McNeill, Georgetown University
Wapulumuka Mulwafu, University of Malawi
Jose-Augusto Padua, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Kavita Philip, University of California Irvine
Libby Robin, Australian National University
Paul Warde, University of Cambridge
Verena Winiwarter, Klagenfurt University/BOKU (Vienna)
Graeme Wynn, University of British Columbia


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