The Wallace Stegner Series in Environmental Studies

Editors: Robin Kundis Craig (

This new series welcomes academic monographs and collections of original essays enlivened by new and daring approaches to environmental studies. Books from the humanities and hard sciences that advance interdisciplinary methods in environmental studies, as well those that explore the American West and new directions in critical topics such as Anthropocene studies, climate change, environmental geography, oceanography, water law, and urban ecology, are essential to the series. Named for the American writer and educator Wallace Stegner, a notable public advocate for an inclusive environmentalism, this series strives to publish work accessible to an informed general audience and specialists alike. The series welcomes submissions from established and emerging scholars and writers from around the world, and authors from underrepresented communities are especially encouraged to submit.