It brings us great pleasure to welcome you to this second in our guest-edited double issue of Transmotion on Indigeneity and the Anthropocene. And with no apology for brevity, it once again brings me great pleasure to usher you straight on to Martin Premoli's second wonderful introduction to this issue... Congratulations to Martin and David for a deeply absorbing double issue. As ever, our team of review editors have put together a fantastic selection of reviews, and we are grateful as always to all those who work with us behind the scenes to put the journal together and make it a valuable contribution to the field. On this occasion, we particularly welcome our new Creative Editor, Steve Sexton of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and reviews assistant Bethany Webster-Parmentier of Europa-Universität Flensburg.


As a reminder to our readers, Transmotion is open access, thanks to the generous sponsorship of the University of Kent: all content is fully available on the open internet with no paywall or institutional access required, and it always will be. We are published under a Creative Commons 4.0 license, meaning in essence that any articles or reviews may be copied and re-used provided that the source and author is acknowledged. We strongly believe in this model, which makes research and academic insight available and useable for the widest possible community. We also believe in keeping to the highest academic standards: thus all articles are double-blind peer reviewed by at least two reviewers, and each issue approved by an editorial board of senior academics in the field (listed in the Front Matter of the full PDF and in the online "About" section).

David Stirrup                                                                                                                         June 2022

David Carlson

Steve Sexton

James Mackay       

Bryn Skibo-Birney