March 1, 2010
In honor of the 40th Earth Day, Ecopsychology has issued a call for papers for a special issue on the psychology of women and the natural environment. The journal seeks papers from a variety of disciplines and perspectives that broadly address the interface of women’s mental health and empowerment and environmental issues. Topics may include examples of ecofeminist theory and practice; research on the relationship between gender and affiliation with nature or propensity toward environmental conservation behaviors; and critical analyses of the use of feminine and matriarchal metaphors and archetypes for the earth’s systems and natural phenomenon.
Papers Due: March 15, 2010. Information for authors is available at: http://www.liebertpub.com/eco.
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Other news: We are pleased to announce that Ecopsychology is now listed in the PsycINFO database (Issues 2 & 3 with Issue 1 and future issues to follow).