Explorations in Media Ecology
ISSN: 15397785
Online ISSN: 20480717
First published in 2002
4 issues per volume
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Lance Strate, Fordham University, USA


Managing Editor:
Callie Gallo, Fordham University, USA

Editorial Assistant:

Joshua Hill, Pennsylvania College of Technology, USA


Book Review Editor: 
Roy Christopher, University of Illinois, Chicago, USA
Pedagogy Editors:
Heather Crandall, Gonzaga University, USA
Probes Editor: 
Nora Bateson, International Bateson Institute, Sweden
Michael Plugh, Manhattan College, USA
Poetry Editor:
Adeena Karasick, Pratt Institute, USA
Forum Editors:
John P. Dowd, Bowling Green State University, USA
Emanuela Patti, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK 

Explorations in Media Ecology, the journal of the Media Ecology Association, accepts submissions that extend our understanding of media (defined in the broadest possible terms), that apply media ecological approaches, and/or that advance media ecology as a field of inquiry. As an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary publication, EME welcomes contributions embracing diverse theoretical, philosophical, and methodological approaches to the study of media and processes of mediation through language, symbols, codes, meaning, and processes of signification, abstracting, and perception; art, music, literature, aesthetics, and poetics; form, pattern, and method; materials, energy, information, technology, and technique; mind, thought, emotion, consciousness, identity, and behaviour; groups, organisations, affiliations, communities; politics, economics, religion, science, education, business, and the professions; societies and cultures; history and the future; contexts, situations, systems, and environments; evolution, and ecology; the human person, human affairs, and the human condition; etc.

EME publishes peer-reviewed scholarly articles, essays, research reports, commentaries, and critical examinations, and includes several special features. Our Pedagogy Section focuses on teaching strategies and resources, pedagogical concerns, and issues relating to media ecology education; we are particularly interested in articles that share great ideas for teaching (GIFTs) media ecology in the classroom. The Probes Section features short items that are exploratory or provocative in nature. Creative writing on media ecological themes can be found in our Poetry Section. Questions of concern to media ecology scholars are taken up in our Forum Section. And our Review Section includes individual book reviews and review essays.

This journal is double-blind peer-reviewed in order to maintain the highest standards of scholastic integrity.


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