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Latest publications

Roberta Raffaetà

Published by Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2022

Growing polarization around climate change on social media

Max Falkenberg, Alessandro Galeazzi, Maddalena Torricelli, Niccolò Di Marco, Francesca Larosa, Madalina Sas, Amin Mekacher, Warren Pearce, Fabiana Zollo, Walter Quattrociocchi & Andrea Baronchelli

Published in Nature Climate Change, 2022

Praticare la religione durante la pandemia. Mutamenti nella Comunità Evangelica Cinese padovana causati dal COVID

Jacopo Scarin

Published in Annali di Ca’ Foscari. Serie orientale, 58(1), 779-802, 2022


We are happy to announce the launch of Lagoonscapes, The Venice Journal of Environmental Humanities. It is a digital, open-access, international, and trans-disciplinary journal based at NICHE, and it promotes a cross-disciplinary dialogue on contemporary and historical environmental issues, investigating relationships with non-human forms of life and the natural world from decolonial, feminist, and activist perspectives. 

Full information and available issues here.

Lagoonscapes: Venezia polo di ricerca per le Environmental Humanities [ITA]

NICHE acknowledges the support of Banca d'Italia to the publication of the first three issues of Lagoonscapes.