Masthead

Authors

  • UnderCurrents Editorial Collective

Abstract

UnderCurrents is a collectively and student-run journal based out of the Faculty of Environmental Studies at York University. UnderCurrents explores the relations among environment, culture, and society, and publishes one thematic issue per year. All back issues are available, free of charge, on the UnderCurrents website. We are committed to publishing a variety of scholarly, creative, and activist work that critically engages with conceptions of the environment.

orders & correspondence

UnderCurrents
c/o Faculty of Environmental Studies
277 Health Nursing and Environmental Studies Building
4700 Keele Street, York University
Toronto, ON M3J 1P3
currents@yorku.ca
http://www.yorku.ca/currents

reviewers

Michael Classens, Amanda Di Battista, Natali Downer, Oded Haas, Tania Hernández Cervantes, Aedan Hoar, Sonja Killoran-McKibbin, Dana Kandalaft, Sarah Lindsay, Andrew Mark, Michaela McMahon, Elana Santana, Madison Van West

layout and design

Michael Classens, Amanda Di Battista, Oded Haas, Tania Hernández Cervantes, Jonathan Kitchen, Madison Van West

distribution

Michael Classens, Madison Van West

graduate assistants

Aedan Hoar, Crystal Lamont, Madison Van West

printer

Incredible Printing
30 St Regis Crescent North
North York, ON M3J 1Z2
T: 416-630-5200

funding support

Faculty of Environmental Studies & PhD Environmental Studies Student Association

special thanks to

Frances Chan, Dana Craig, Ling He, Jonathan Kitchen, Dr. Catriona Sandilands, and Dr. Peter Timmerman

single hard copies

$10

back issues available

see http://www.yorku.ca/currents for digital archive of all volumes

UnderCurrents © 2014. All rights reserved. The copyright in and to the individual texts and artwork in UnderCurrents is owned by the contributors as credited.


Back cover image (above) by Kayla Flinn.

How to Cite

Editorial Collective, U. (2014). Masthead. UnderCurrents: Journal of Critical Environmental Studies, 18. Retrieved from https://currents.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/currents/article/view/38537