Leisl Carr Childers and Michael Childers, both of Northern Iowa University, are the new co-editors for the journal’s book review section. We are pleased to have them on board!
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Environmental History is happy to introduce Field Notes – a new web-only feature that will provide new insights into the practice of environmental history scholarship.
"Retreats are an innovative form of scholarship designed to entice environmental historians out of the archival and conference settings and into research stations, cabins, and yurts to begin collaborating in spaces that encourage a shared physical experience."
Hayley Brazier: “Practicing in Place: The Environmental History Retreat” (April 2016).
Advance Access articles are papers that have been copyedited and typeset but not yet paginated for inclusion in an issue of Environmental History. Advance Access enables readers to access papers online soon after they have been accepted for publication and well ahead of their appearance in the printed journal, thus greatly reducing publication times.