Journal of Ecohumanism is an international peer-reviewed Open Access journal of scholars, researchers, and students who investigate ecohumanist and civil narratives in the fields of Environmental Humanities, Citizen Humanities, Literary Theory and Cultural Criticism, enabling short accounts of research, debates, study cases, book reviews in this interdisciplinary field of Humanities. The Journal of Ecohumanism seeks to explore issues beyond the “ecocentric-anthropocentric” binary and to examine the changing status of subjectivity, agency, and citizenship today through the complex relations between nature and techno-culture while encouraging a philosophical rethinking of citizenship in a more-than-human world.

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ISSN 2752-6798 (Print) | ISSN 2752-6801 (Online)
Journal Founded: 2021 | Publication Frequency: Six issues each year: January, March, May, July, September, November.
The abbreviated title of Journal of Ecohumanism is: JoE.