Media+Environment is a new journal of transnational and interdisciplinary ecomedia research, founded on the premise that media and environment is a crucial conjunction for our time. Peer-reviewed, open access, and published online by the University of California Press, the journal is the first both to center environmental media criticism and creative scholarship and to ensure that this vital work is widely and publicly accessible.
The journal showcases the many ways that media and environments affect, influence, and co-constitute one another, from the representation of environmental issues in film, television, and new media to media infrastructures and their historical, technological, and regulatory contexts. Rooted in humanistic research, Media+Environment is nonetheless expansive and inclusive in its orientation. We seek to advance conversations with natural and social scientists, artists, and other interlocutors, and to stimulate new research and imaginative practices that might help us connect media experiences and their production to broader spatial and ecological questions of urgent interest.
In 2022, we published our new stream, “Energy Justice in Global Perspective,” which features eight articles that advance a just global energy transition by centering voices and epistemologies of historically marginalized groups.
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Book and media review submissions are accepted on a rolling basis. Please visit this page for complete reviewer guidelines.
Calls for submissions
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