Philosophy Activism Nature (Pan) Issues 12 on Place published – open access

Via Professor Kate Rigby, Director of the Environmental Humanities Research Centre, Bath Spa University 

The 2016/2017 double issue of Pan (Philosophy Activism Nature) is now published  here 

PAN 12 offers academic articles by Tim Ingold, Richard Cavell, Heather Kerr, and Mark Dickinson; flash fiction by Scott Slovic, photography by Sarah Luria and Andrew Denton, and creative-critical writing by John Miller, Pamela Banting, Anna Johnston, and Fiannuala Morgan. There’s also poetry by an outstanding cast of award-winning writers: Tracy Ryan, John Kinsella, Pete Hay, Ian Wedde and Luke Fischer!! Over 200 pages of energised and engaging writing, divided into three forms: ‘dialogue,’ ‘response,’ and ‘exegesis’ to offer fresh interdisciplinary examinations of the essayistic, photographic, lyrical and narratives modes. This issue is packed with unique and curious insights into a range of themes including: atmosphere, solastalgia, home, the CBD, affective art, travel, place and empathy, activist gardening, and animals and their environment. PAN12 is the ultimate tonic to hard times for it positively explores place-making and emotional practices, agency and materiality, and inhabitation and environmentalization across species, continents and history.

PAN12 is edited by Tom Bristow with guest editor Lilian Pearce. This issue was written in America, Australia, Britain, Canada, and New Zealand, and it was compiled and edited in Victoria and Ireland. Many thanks, Tom and Lil!

The next issue will be edited by Geoff Berry and is in PAN heartland of mythopoiesis.

If your library does not already do so, could you please encourage them to subscribe to the official publication with RMITs Informit press:;res=IELHSS;issn=1443-6124

PAN Cover

About Owain Jones

I work at Bath Spa University as a Professor of Environmental Humanities, and I am Director of the University's Environmental Humanities Research Centre
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