The book Routledge Handbook of the Digital Environmental Humanities is now available, showing how tools from the digital humanities as an emerging field can be used by scholars. The first chapter of the handbook is open access and IHOPE’s affiliates at CUNY. The chapter is entitled Cowboys, Cod, Climate, and Conflict: Navigations in the Digital Environmental Humanities and authored by Charles Travis, Poul Holm, Francis Ludlow, Conor Kostick, Rhonda McGovern, and John Nicholls. The handbook is interesting to explore the possibilities of crossdisciplinary research with a diverse set of new tools.
The book can be purchased here through Routledge.
And the first chapter can be downloaded here.