Call for Submissions to Environmental History's Gallery section
We are seeking submissions to the journal Environmental History’s “Gallery” section, which is devoted to the visual and material analysis of environment-related images and objects. Gallery articles are short pieces, from approximately 1000 to 6000 words, that focus exclusively on reading and building an argument around a single image, object or a related group. In the July 2010 Gallery essay “Emblematic Megaflora,” for example, Jared Farmer explored the history of one tree in particular—the El Palo Alto redwood near Stanford University. By examining in detail ten images of both the tree and representations of it, Farmer traces simultaneously the numerous ecological changes affecting El Palo Alto as well as the ever-shifting cultural meaning of this special plant. Environmental History (EH) is the world's leading scholarly journal in environmental history. EH brings together scholars, scientists, and practitioners from a wide array of disciplines to explore changing relationships between humans and the environment over time. Oxford University Press publishes Environmental History on behalf of the American Society for Environmental History and the Forest History Society. Please send topic ideas or questions to Graphics editors Neil Maher at email@example.com and Cindy Ott at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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