‘Green Sense’ is the first title in the TrueHeart Academic Bridging Disciplines Series
Oxford, UK. New Academic Publisher, TrueHeart Press (Oxford) Ltd., releases the first book in its Bridging Disciplines Series, entitled ‘Green Sense.’
‘Green Sense: The aesthetics of plants, place and language,’ by John Charles Ryan, explores the human relationship with wild plants, focussing on Western Australian botany in particular, and contributes to a growing scholarship in the 'ecological humanities.'
‘Green Sense’ is the first title in the TrueHeart Academic Bridging Disciplines Series, which consists of interdisciplinary titles that bridge key research areas, coalescing around themes of planetary importance, such as ecology and sustainability.
The Publisher at TrueHeart, George Knott, emphasised the quality of the content, and the high production values at the company, adding ‘...our aim is to produce beautiful academic books that bridge disciplines, and we’re proud to launch Green Sense, the first of many such interdisciplinary titles.’
ABOUT TrueHeart Press (Oxford) Ltd: ‘Beautiful academic books that bridge disciplines.'
TrueHeart Press (Oxford) Ltd., was founded in 2011 with a vision to produce well written interdisciplinary books, and this is the first book in what will be an important new series.
The new publishing company, based in Oxford in the UK, is working with authors ranging from countries as diverse as Australia, Canada, Spain, Taiwan, and the USA. Upcoming topics in the Bridging Disciplines Series include sustainability and ethics, narratives of landscape, and eco-poetics.
More information can be found on their website at: www.trueheartpress.com for more information.
‘Green Sense: The aesthetics of plants, place and language’ by John Charles Ryan is available worldwide from November 2012, ISBN: 978-0-9573017-0-2
George Knott, Publisher
TrueHeart Press (Oxford) Ltd., Hexagon House, Avenue 4, Station Lane, Witney, Oxford, OX28 4BN, UK
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