Esconida Mine, Chile – Photo Credit
The SLSA Book Series
AnthropoScene is a new book series from the Pennsylvania State University Press, published in collaboration with the Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts. While not all scientists have accepted the term “anthropocene” as part of the geological timescale, the idea that humans are changing the planet and its environments in radical and irreversible ways has provoked new kinds of cross-disciplinary thinking about relationships among the arts, human technologies, and nature. This is the broad, cross-disciplinary basis for books published in AnthropoScene. Books in this series will include specialized studies for scholars in a variety of disciplines as well as widely accessible works of interest to broad audiences. They will ex- amine, in a variety of ways, relationships and points of intersection among natural, biologi- cal, and applied sciences and literary, visual, and performing arts. The AnthropoScene series represents the depth and breadth of work being done by scholars in literature, science, and the arts, putting innovative juxtapositions within reach of specialists and non-specialists alike.
Lucinda Cole, University of Illinois
Robert Markley, University of Illinois
Series Advisory Board
Stacy Alaimo, University of Texas at Arlington
Ron Broglio, Arizona State University
Carol Colatrella, Georgia Institute of Technology
Heidi Hutner, Stony Brook University
Stephanie LeMenager, University of Oregon
Christopher Morris, University of Texas at Arlington
Laura Otis, Emory University
Will Potter, Washington, D.C.
Ronald Schleifer, University of Oklahoma
Susan Squier, Penn State University
Rajani Sudan, Southern Methodist University
Kari Weil, Wesleyan University
Submissions should include a three- to five-page proposal outlining the intent of the project, its scope, its relation to other work on the topic, and its intended audience(s). Please also include two to three sample chapters, if available, and your CV.
Questions or submissions? Contact Penn State Press: Kendra Boileau, Editor-in-Chief firstname.lastname@example.org
or the series editors: