PAN: Philosophy Activism Nature
PAN is a journal publishing articles, short prose pieces and poetry exploring the philosophical, psychological and mythological underpinnings of ecological thought and practice. In particular, PAN is dedicated to voicing connections between people and place, and providing a forum for emerging conversations between indigenous and settler cultures around questions of dwelling and belonging, especially, but not exclusively, in Australia. More generally, PAN aims to revalue earth being(s) in conjunction with fostering human well-being. Seeking to bridge the gap between activism and the academy, PAN is pitched at an interdisciplinary audience, and should appeal to a wide range of readers with an interest in contemporary philosophies and practices of land and place. It seeks to introduce new literary voices to the environmental debate but also seeks to maintain in all its content the highest standards of scholarly and other-than-scholarly writing. Each issue includes scholarly articles which have been subject to independent peer review as well as other contributions selected by the editors.
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