Seeds of Transformative Change
Keywords:Ecocene, Cappadocia, University, Journal
Welcome to the inaugural issue of Ecocene: Cappadocia Journal of Environmental Humanities, a peer-reviewed, open-access journal for the growing international community of environmental humanists committed to the Earth and all its inhabitants. Ecocene aspires to stimulate, and challenge, this increasingly diverse community by foregrounding interdisciplinary, transdisciplinary and post-disciplinary approaches to research and scholarship. Though appeals for border-crossing approaches along such lines are often hallmarks of programmatic calls for transformative knowledge-action frameworks in environmental studies and sustainability science, they remain underserved by appropriate publication outlets that seek, by design, to engage a plurality of disciplines and knowledge domains on questions of common interest.
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