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

Vol 3, No 2 (2012)

The Invention of Eco-Futures

 

Ecozon@ vol. 3, no. 2 opens with a special section “The Invention of Eco-Futures”, presenting 8 essays introduced and guest-edited by Ursula Heise. The essays (which are this time all in English) examine British, North American, European and Spanish novels and films, demonstrating the richness and subtlety of their contribution to environmental discourse. The general section contains an interview with Richard Kerridge, one of the founders of ASLE-UKI, and two essays. The first of these examines posthumanism in a French crime novel; the other reads the work of the Portuguese poet A.M. Pires Cabral through an ecocritical lens. The issue contains creative writing, art work, and half a dozen book reviews. 

Table of Contents

 
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The Invention of Eco-Futures

Ursula K. Heise
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1-10
Dolly Jorgensen
11-26
Antonia Mehnert
27-41
Alexa Weik von Mossner
42-56
Andrew Hageman
57-73
Luis I Prádanos
74-92
Vaughn Anderson
93-105
Eric C. Otto
106-121
Basak Agin Donmez
122-134

General Section 3.2 (Autumn 2012)

María Isabel Pérez Ramos
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135-144
John Parham
145-160
Isabel Maria Fernandes Alves
161-176

Visual Art

 
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177-178
 
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179-179
 
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180-180
 
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181-181
 
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182-182
 
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183-183

Creative Writing and Arts

Terry Gifford
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184-187
Catherine Mary Lord
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188-196

Book Reviews

Astrid Bracke
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197-201
Tonia L. Payne
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202-205
Roman Bartosch
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206-211
Elizabeth Dodd
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212-216
Paul T. Corrigan
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217-220
Anthony Chiaviello
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221-224

Credits

 
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225-227