Coming into contact : explorations in ecocritical theory and practice [E-Book] / edited by Annie Merrill Ingram ... [et al.].
Ingram, Annie Merrill
Athens, Ga. : University of Georgia Press, c2007
ix, 278 pages
englisch
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Table of Contents:
  • Part one.
  • Who are we? where are we? : exploring the boundaries of ecocriticism
  • Of swamp dragons : mud, megalopolis, and a future for ecocriticism /
  • Anthony Lioi
  • Challenging the confines : Haiku from the prison camps /
  • Angela Waldie
  • Beyond Walden Pond : Asian American literature and the limits of ecocriticism /
  • Robert T. Hayashi
  • To name is to claim, or remembering place : Native American writers reclaim the Northeast /
  • Lee Schweninger
  • Lynching sites : where trauma and pastoral collide /
  • Daniel J. Martin
  • Part two.
  • The solid Earth! the actual world! : environmental discourse and practice
  • Composition and the rhetoric of eco-effective design /
  • Tim Lindgren
  • A mosaic of landscapes : ecological restoration and the work of Leopold, Coetzee, and Silko /
  • James Barilla
  • Apocalyptic or precautionary? : revisioning texts in environmental literature /
  • Amy M. Patrick
  • Facing the true costs of living : Arundhati Roy and Ishimure Michiko on dams and writing /
  • Bruce Allen
  • Romanticism and the city : toward a green architecture /
  • Onno Oerlemans
  • Annie Dillard and the Book of Job : notes toward a postnatural ecocriticism /
  • David Mazel
  • Part three.
  • Contact! contact! : interdisciplinary connections
  • Seeking common ground : integrating the sciences and the humanities /
  • Laura Dassow Walls
  • Mindless fools and leaves that run : subjectivity, politics, and myth in scientific nomenclature /
  • Jennifer C. Wheat
  • Reading after Darwin : a prospectus /
  • Michael P. Cohen
  • Of spiders, ants, and carnivorous plants : domesticity and Darwin in Mary Treat's Home studies in nature /
  • Tina Gianquitto
  • The great, shaggy barbaric Earth : geological writings of John Burroughs /
  • Jeff Walker.