Literature; Culture; Environment; Ecocriticism; Ecofeminism; Animal Studies; Bio-art; Environmental Ethics

Vol 1, No 1 (2010)

New Ecocritical Perspectives: European and Transnational Ecocriticism

Ecozon@ No. 1 "New Ecocritical Perspectives: Transnational and European Ecocriticism" is a collection of 28 short essays on the future of ecocriticism, with a special focus on ecocriticism in Europe. The essays, which were solicited from leading theorists and practitioners, are mainly in English, but the volume also contains texts in French, German, Italian and Spanish.

Section 1 is concerned with international  developments in Third Wave ecocriticism, and Section 2, which opens  with a panel discussion on the state of ecocriticism in Europe, with the defining characteristics of European ecocriticism. The volume also contains a selection of creative writing and art, and book reviews.

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The Future of Ecocriticism

Scott Slovic
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Joni Adamson
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Serpil Oppermann
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Greg Garrard
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Ursula K. Heise
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Patrick D Murphy
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Cheryll Glotfelty
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Greta Gaard
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Serenella Iovino
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Catriona Mortimer-Sandilands
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Stacy Alaimo
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Simon C. Estok
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Anna Re
Benjamin Bühler
Stefan Hofer
Timo Müller
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Rachel Stein
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Towards a European and Transnational Ecocriticism

Carmen Flys Junquera
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Franca Bellarsi
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Niall Binns
Hubert Zapf
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Stephanie Posthumus
Richard Kerridge
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Teo Sanz
Isabel Hoving
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Jose Manuel Pedrosa Bartolome
Alexa Weik
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Peter Huang
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Creative Writing and Arts

Terry Gifford
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Christopher North
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Julia Barella
Jorge Riechmann
Linda Hogan
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Linda Hogan
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José Manuel Marrero Henríquez
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Terry Gifford
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Rosemarie Rowley
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Visual Art

 
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Book Reviews

Thomas Carl Wall
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Terry Gifford
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Credits

 
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