Forthcoming Series: African and Asian Anthropocene: Studies in the Environmental Humanities


Series Editors: Howard Yuen Fung Choy, Hong Kong Baptist University, HK SAR, China, and Sandra Swart, Stellenbosch University, South Africa

African and Asian Anthropocene Generic Series CoverThe proposed book series will publish cutting-edge research on the Anthropocene with a dual focus on both Africa and Asia, as well as the complex relations connecting these two continents, and the oceans between them. It will showcase fresh and original studies of the Anthropocene – theories, methods and practices – across the environmental humanities and social sciences. This will include anthropology, art, cinema and theater, comparative literature, cultural studies, ecology, geology, history, law, linguistics, media studies, political science, religion and sociology under the broad heading of ‘environmental humanities’. Possible topics include, but are not limited to, the Chinese Belt and Road initiative, bio-politics, climate change, the COVID-19 pandemic, ecofeminism, eco-criticism, ecological problems and policies, energy issues, environmental transformation, oceanic and maritime studies, anthro-zoology and multi-species entanglements, neo-colonialism and post-coloniality, development issues and ‘wicked problems’ in and from the Global South. This English-language book series is directed at scholars, graduate and undergraduate students of Anthropocene studies related to Africa and Asia.

ISSN: 2772-8536

Editorial Board

  • Marco Armiero, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona & Catalan Institution for Research and Advanced Studies (ICRA)
  • Kiu-wai Chu, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
  • Jacob Dlamini, Princeton University, USA
  • Philip Howell, Cambridge University, UK
  • Cajetan Iheka, Yale University, USA
  • Julia Lajus, HSE University, Russia
  • Admire Mseba, University of Missouri, USA
  • Meng Yue, University of Toronto, Canada
  • David Moon, The University of York, UK
  • Andrea Riemenschnitter, University of Zurich, Switzerland
  • Libby Robin, Australian National University, Australia
  • John Charles Ryan, Southern Cross University and University of Notre Dame, Australia
  • Karen Thornber, Harvard University, USA
  • Ka Ming Wu, Chinese University of Hong Kong, HK SAR, China
  • Winnie L. M. Yee, The University of Hong Kong, HK SAR, China