[From first paragraph] The scholarship focusing on globalization over the last thirty years has achieved impressive gains in nuance and understanding. Some of the more prominent approaches to study globalization that have developed in this period include network, feminist, gender, economic, political, media, religious, diaspora, and migratory lenses. All of these lenses are adroitly utilized by scholars to help us better understand globalization and their use helps to shape the field of global studies. This article argues that environmental humanities scholars must build upon insights from these disciplines, while bringing scholarly tools from the environmental sciences into their research projects, if we are to better understand the contested ways that processes of globalization shape and are shaped by both nature and culture.
LeVasseur, Todd. "Is Trash Hybrid?." Green Humanities: A Journal of Ecological Thought in Literature, Philosophy & the Arts, vol. 1, 2015 , pp. 75-103.