Announcing a new book series: “Radical Natures”

Capitalism Nature Socialism is pleased to announce Radical Natures, a new book series published by West Virginia University Press and edited by David Correia, Salvatore Engel-Di Mauro, Mazen Labban, and Judith Watson.

Radical Natures is dedicated to publishing compact books about timely issues at the intersection of nature and society. It will feature original monographs that critique capitalist ideas, practices, and policies, while also examining socio-ecological alternatives aimed at building egalitarian futures. Books in the series will be accessibly written with activists and the classroom in mind, and will ideally be under 60,000 words in length.

The series will draw on expertise from a range of scholarly disciplines, with a particular emphasis on geography and environmental studies. Specific topics for series books may include: animals and farming; biodiversity; decolonization and indigenous peoples; financialization; land degradation; biotechnology; planetary urbanization; “greenwashing”; ecological history; alternative consumption; environmental skills and learning; protests and social movements; and violence and militarism.

Authors interested in submitting proposals for consideration should contact the series editors or Derek Krissoff at West Virginia University Press at

For more information, please visit the series website: