This special volume aims to bring together submissions at the intersection of ecological, environmental, energy, and social justice concerns in Puerto Rico and the Puerto Rican Diaspora. In Puerto Rico, environmental concerns have been a site of struggle for and often are co-constitutive of wider social problems, processes, and possibilities.
Hilda Lloréns (University of Rhode Island), Carlos G. García-Quijano (University of Rhode Island), Catalina M. de Onís (University of Colorado, Denver), and Ruth Santiago (Comité Diálogo Ambiental)
We are soliciting manuscripts from both academics and practitioners in English or Spanish for this special issue and welcome academic articles, essays, interviews, oral histories and testimonies related to the theme.
View Centering the Environment, Ecology, and Energy in Social Justice Struggles in Puerto Rico and the Puerto Rican US Diaspora Call for Papers
The Center for Puerto Rican Studies (Centro) seeks original research manuscripts for their consideration for publication in CENTRO Journal of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies, a peer-reviewed publication.